Yamaha announces the addition of the Audio master quality recording system to its popular slimline CD-R/RW drive CRW-70. The Compact CRW-70 will soon feature Yamaha's exclusive Audio master quality recording system that was first introduced in Yamaha's groundbreaking CRW3200 Series of CD-R/RW recorders in Fall 2001.
In the Audio master quality recording mode, CRW-70 will record perfect audio and data on any blank CD-R by widening the lands and the pits to which data is recorded, significantly reducing jitter created during CD recording. As a result, Audio master quality recording system allows CRW-70 to drastically improve upon the standard audio and music recording quality to a level rivaling professionally prepared music CDs.
With the inclusion of the Audio master quality recording system to CRW-70's host of features, Yamaha's compact CD recorder will further enhance its appeal as the world's most advanced CD recorder, designed to perfect any one's audio and music recording experience on CDs. For further details and information about upgrading CRW-70, make sure to check the Yamaha homepage in mid-January 2002.