[LUNI] CD questions
sil at null.cc.uic.edu
Sat Aug 17 13:15:00 CDT 2002
The "X" stands for that many times faster then a single speed cd-burner.
they 4x CD-RW disks is a marketing gimmick...
On Sat, Aug 17, 2002 at 10:45:35AM -0700, Eric MacAdie wrote:
> According to dmesg, my PC has a NEC NR-7500A CD drive.
> I did a search on the internet about using it as a
> burner, and I found a page with the following info:
> CD-R recording 1x, 2x, 4x, 6x, 8x
> CD-RW recording 2x, 4x
> I was in the local Office Max yesterday, and I saw
> some 4x CD-RW disks. I assume I can use these or 2x.
> What do these numbers mean? What is the "x" referring to?
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