onderdelen van Plextor zijn wat beter "uitgekozen" dan die van andere merken..
Plextor is ook erg goed geschikt voor het werken met CloneCD. Koop um absoluut niet voor gebruik van CD-TEXT, want dan kom je bedrogen uit. Ik persoonlijk vind CD-TEXT erg belangrijk helemaal omdat het invoeren in me database op deze mannier makky is, alleen moet je cd speler ut wel ondersteunen (je hifi cd speler) ik heb daarom een Plextor voor Clone zaakjes en een Sony voor gebruik van CD-Text plus dat de sony iets wat sneller is dan me 8/2/20
Als je niet weet wat cd-text is :
Â· What is CD-Text?
Unfortunately, no information about e.g . the CD or track titles etc. are stored on a normal Audio-CD.
There already have been several attempts to expand the â€CD standardâ€ this way that more information can be stored on a CD. All attempts this far had the disadvantage, that the CDs couldnÂ´t be played correctly by â€oldâ€ CD-Players - usually the data was stored in an additional data track, which of course sounded strange when â€playedâ€ by an â€old oneâ€ player (that doesnÂ´t know this special track).
With CD-Text CDs the CD artist and title as well as artists and titles of the single tracks are stored on the CD in a way, that doesnâ€˜t influence â€oldâ€ CD-Players.
This way also the capacity of the CD is not reduced, the entire playing time of the CD can be used. With old CD-Players and CD-Text CDâ€˜
s it remains all the same; the CD will be read like a normal CD and the CD-Player reads the number of tracks etc. and shows them in the display. This CD perfectly â€actsâ€ like a normal CD.
If the CD is inserted into a CD-Player capable of CD-Text, the CD-Player can read the CD-Text information and display the name of the CD as well as e. g. the name of the track that is currently played.
This way a CD-ROM capable of CD-Text can also read the tracklist of a CD, so the artist, title or track information doesnÂ´t have to be entered manually.
Also some â€normalâ€ Audio-CDs (you remember? long time ago... when you used to buy them in shops...), contain CD-Text information.
Especially CDs lately released by SONYÂ® are oftenly mastered with CD-Text information (CD-Text has been developed by SONYÂ® and PhillipsÂ®). You can find further information about CD-Text on the Sony site: http://www.world.sony.com/Electronics/cd_text/index.html
Â· What do I need to use CD-Text?
To read CD-Text information, you need a CD-ROM or CD-Writer capable of CD-Text. To write CD-Text information a suitable CD-Writer is of course required, too.
YouÂ´ll find a list of suitable CD-ROMs (http://www.feurio.com/English/cd_roms/) as well as a list of CD-Writers capable of CD-Text (http://www.feurio.com/English/Writerdb/) on the Feurio!Â® homepage (please note the column â€CD-Textâ€).
Finally a CD-Player capable of CD-Text would be useful, so the information stored on the CD are displayed during playback. If you are planning on buying a new CD-Player, you should simply ask your favourite dealer about a model capable of CD-Text.
Burning CDs with CD-Text information (if you already own a writer that can do this) would be useful anyway, because CD-Text information wonâ€™t affect a â€normalâ€CD-Player and you will be well prepared for future CD-Players!