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Tuesday, July 13, 1999
Philips Launches First CD Player Chipset With CD-RW Compatibility


"..Philips Semiconductors today announced the CD10 chipset, the world's first two chip solution to deliver CD-RW compatibility for CD audio players.

The CD10 chipset allows designers to build audio players that can read all forms of CDs, without an increase in component count.

Many CD players cannot play discs recorded on CD-RW audio recorders. Discs written by CD-RW drives reflect a much lower level of light than pressed CDs or those written with a CD-R recorder, which results in the generation of a lower level electrical signal. With Philips Semiconductors' CD10 chipset, audio CD players can play home recorded discs..''



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