Originally posted by Yamaha
I'd like to extend a very personal thank you to several people here. Your tireless efforts make reading this board all the more pleasurable. Even when I was being quiet, I was always here reading.
Laffin Assassin, Clint, John, Kennyshin, MP3Mogul, Tron, Graffiti, and everyone else: You all show such dedication in this little industry, even though it's only a mere hobby for most of you. I look forward to talking to you all very soon.
Thank you for your informative, and positive contribution to all of us here. You have been the only manufacturer representative to post on the forums (not only here, but CDRLabs too etc.), and only shows comitment to customers and the industry.
Reading the Press Release
, I *fully* understand why YEC has pulled out of the business, had I been the one making the decision, I would have done the exact same thing.
Anyways, lucky I obtained a Yamaha CRW-F1DX, or I'd be forever kicking myself if I had of missed out... [:I]
I thank Yamaha Electronics Corporation for being part of one of the most ingenious methods known to man, "The Process Of Writing".(Plextor, sorry for using your title
Again, this makes complete sence as CD Recording has reached the physical limit of how fast a device can spin a piece of plastic/dye (chemicals)/aluminium and fire a laser beam at it [accurately, and without making 'exploding' CD's to much of an occurance], at least for Compact Discs.