I know that Audiomaster can be used on all disc's. However who says that this strategy actually works better as the competitions normal burn strategy. Some drives are much better optimised for some media like others.
One of the best known examples is Lite On and TY. Lite On drives are excellent optimised for TY media. For this reason Lite On writes TY disc's better then most competitors (including Yamaha,Plextor and Teac.
Now the point is:
What if the disc burnt with Audiomaster doesn't like the burn strategy and are not good supported by Yamaha ?
I have seen newer media that only likes to be burnt with most drives between 16x and 24x. There's a good change that this media might not be good written when Audiomaster is used.
With Audiomaster disc's. I meant actually disc's burned with Audiomaster as writing strategy. I thought it was obvious but guess not.