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dao vs dao/96 - 9/9/2002 5:42:57 AM   
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Hi,

what is the difference between dao and dao/96, i have been searching a bit but havent really found anything so if anyone knows or knows a place to look i would appreciate it

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RE: dao vs dao/96 - 9/9/2002 11:50:58 AM   
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DAO+96 is what we call DAO-RAW and being used by Nero to write CD-Text with specific models


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RE: dao vs dao/96 - 9/11/2002 8:11:00 PM   
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I though the 96 was actually DAO/PW - and I vaguely recall one argument that DAO RAW is misnamed anyway.

One track, if I recall broke it down to Packet, TAO, SAO and RAW (with DAO implying either SAO and close - aka DAO/cue and RAW implying DAO/RAW)

My recollection....
DAO (plain) 2352 byte sectors raw
DAO/16 (DAO/PQ) - 2368 byte sectors RAW/partial subcode
DAO/96 (DAO/PW) - 2448 byte sectors RAW/full subcode

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RE: dao vs dao/96 - 9/12/2002 1:20:18 AM   
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We actually say the same thing, while you have analyzed further


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RE: dao vs dao/96 - 9/14/2002 1:50:49 AM   
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DAO/16 (DAO/PQ) - 2368 byte sectors RAW/partial subcode
DAO/96 (DAO/PW) - 2448 byte sectors RAW/full subcode


You also need to add 2 bytes for the synch.


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RE: dao vs dao/96 - 9/16/2002 1:08:31 PM   
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That's why full is 98 bytes subchannel data...

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RE: dao vs dao/96 - 9/16/2002 1:24:43 PM   
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quote:
Originally posted by Matthew


My recollection....
DAO (plain) 2352 byte sectors raw
DAO/16 (DAO/PQ) - 2368 byte sectors RAW/partial subcode
DAO/96 (DAO/PW) - 2448 byte sectors RAW/full subcode



Don't forget RAW-DAO/94 as renown by the BenQ (Acer) models!!! [:p]

BTW, It's best referred as, e.g RAW-DAO +96 or 2352 bytes a sector plus (+) 96 bytes subs, i.e not counting the entire bytes a sector *including* the subchannel data, but the main channel plus the subs





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RE: dao vs dao/96 - 9/17/2002 7:42:54 PM   
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does dao96 burn faster than dao?

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RE: dao vs dao/96 - 9/18/2002 6:10:06 AM   
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The DAO96 is not burning faster, but in a different way than DAO method. Actually some drives burn slower at that mode, than with the normal DAO mode


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