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Thursday, March 14, 2002
 Yamaha at CeBIT 2002: New Technologies, CD-Recording, Live Music and more…
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Message Text: The YAMAHA Corporation, one of the first producers in the area of high-quality CD-ReWritable drives, presents at this year’s CeBIT two new technologies and the already successfully introduced CD-R/RW Series CRW3200 and Compact CRW70.

Graphics on data side of CD-Rs

YAMAHA has developed an innovative laser scanning technology for CD-R/RWs which not only writes data on the data side of the CD-R, but also permits graphic images to be imprinted. Experts at YAMAHA have now succeeded in developing both laser output and rotation control in such a way that the CD-RW recorder is capable of burning images onto the CD-R as well as content in the form of data. This enables the user to write a practical “memo“ such as a date, index, logo or picture on the unused area of the disk.

This world premier will be presented at this year’s CeBIT Fair.

50-Disc Changer

YAMAHA will introduce a new developed mechanism which is able to change 50 CDs/DVDs within the shortest time. It is compatible with every internal CD-ROM/CD-RW/DVD-drive currently available on the market.

The 50-Disc Changer is usable over a wide range of applications, i.e.

- CD/DVD-duplicator (perfect for small series of CDs/DVDs)

- Server (data-, video- or back up)

- Multi CD/DVD-Changer
 
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