I am considering buying a Plextor CD-RW since they have a reputation of being able to read copy protected audio CD’s which my current drives cannot.
I am unsure, though, if such a buy will only help me out in the short run. Will it also be able to read audio CD’s with new copy protections that do not exist today?
Does this current ability of Plextor CD-RW have something to do with the way Plextor CD-RW Drives are constructed? Maybe they are constructed like hifi audio cd players which usually have no problems reading protected CD’s?
If so, does this mean that I will be able to “crack” future audio protections only by having the right software? Or will I have to upgrade to a new CD-RW in a year or two again to be able to read future protected audio CD’s?