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CLV vs Z-CLV vs P-CAV for Audio CDs - 5/10/2005 6:42:19 PM   
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I have a Pioneer 109 which can write CDRs at 16x CLV, 24x Z-CLV and 32x P-CAV.

I would like to know which writing speed is best suited for creating master quality audio CDs?
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RE: CLV vs Z-CLV vs P-CAV for Audio CDs - 5/11/2005 9:14:35 AM   
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i would choose 16X CLV with a good quality CD-R media, like TY

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RE: CLV vs Z-CLV vs P-CAV for Audio CDs - 5/11/2005 11:37:37 AM   
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Yes, better lower, not lower however than 16X, and with a stable speed.

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RE: CLV vs Z-CLV vs P-CAV for Audio CDs - 5/31/2005 1:07:37 PM   
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16x CLV for me as well ... from my findings with various devices and MCC/TY 48x media, choosing this speed this will lead to lowest overall BLER and jitter values.


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RE: CLV vs Z-CLV vs P-CAV for Audio CDs - 6/5/2005 7:43:02 AM   
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Yes 16X CLV seems to be the best speed

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RE: CLV vs Z-CLV vs P-CAV for Audio CDs - 6/25/2005 11:34:05 AM   
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The only technology I despise is Z-CLV since minute 'gaps' or 'links' are created for each zone (speed change), which is physically visible with Cyanine/AZO based media. Even though this very, very small 'gap' is almost non-existent with the advancement of BURN-Proof etc., I prefer no gap at all. Even CAV writing at ~48X using quality media can result to lower error rates than some drives @ 16X on the wrong media. C1/C2/CU scans show this.


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RE: CLV vs Z-CLV vs P-CAV for Audio CDs - 6/25/2005 7:05:48 PM   
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Yes thi is true. The quality is a result of a good combination between drive and media, so the speed is most times something subjective.

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