Different State - More Than Music (CDr, Album)

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  1. Jan 10,  · Scott is correct. A music CD-R has bit already pre-set that stand-alone music players need to see in order to allow recording. It has to do with royalty payments to music companies (that's that music CD-Rs are more expensive). A computer can use a data CD-R or a music CD-R, but other than that bit, there's absolutely no difference.
  2. Dec 27,  · Q:I use the CD-R drive in my computer to make music CDs and also for storing photos. My question involves the different recordable discs that are available. Frequently the label on the disc Author: David Einstein.
  3. When comparing bitrate, or the amount of data transferred per second, High-Resolution Audio’s bitrate (9, kbps) is nearly seven times higher than that of CDs (1, kbps) and almost 29 times higher than that of MP3s ( kbps). And the higher the bitrate, the more accurately the signal is measured.
  4. For Discogs purposes a CDr is an entirely different format from a CD. Listing a CDr for sale against a CD listing is a Not Actual Item listing violation and is subject to removal. CDr's are considered to be lower quality than CDs by a lot of people. Listing CDr media as a CD is a great way to have angry customers and possibly negative feedback.
  5. This reduced the price of CD-Rs, since silver costs less than 1/25th as much as gold. And, silver is actually about 5% more reflective to laser light than gold, so the total effect of using silver produced a better CD-R, at a much more affordable price than the old gold discs!
  6. Nov 11,  · Is there any difference between a regular CD-R data disc and a CD-R Audio disc? I have heard two conflicting says the CD-R Audio discs conform to the Redbook standard and are more likely to be compatible with any CD player. The other says there is no difference technically, and the only difference is that the CD-R Audio costs more because a portion of the price goes to a fund for.
  7. The beginning of an album side sounds better than the end: As the album's circumference shrinks toward the middle, the needle speed changes and it can't follow every millimeter of the groove. If.
  8. Vinyl is back, no doubt about it. Sales of vinyl records have been soaring, although they still represent only a tiny fraction of the music industry’s revenues: about 2 percent in Is this growth because, as some respected sources breathlessly state—I’m looking at you, Wired magazine—vinyl sounds better than digital media? Or is there some sort of retro-hype going on?