From Don Cox: "...A couple of stops more exposure, corresponding to one
maximum speed, is more likely to give good results."
A friend of mine here in Nashville did a bunch of tests that showed half the
maximum speed of the particular burner very consistently gave the best
results. Another friend in San Francisco made a study of reflectivity which
seemed to relate to reliable playback with audio CD players. He found
slower speeds increased reflectivity although the raw error counts were
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