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Jerome,

The problem IS with the unstable media quality. Some batches are OK,
others are extremely bad.
Where can we find a reliable source for 1x media?

The Sony CDR-W66 is a stand alone pro studio audio recorder from Sony
Broadcast:
http://www.rwonline.com/reference-room/product_evaluation/05_ss_pe_Son
y_CDR_w66.shtml
http://bssc.sel.sony.com/Professional/docs/brochures/cdrw66.pdf

Cheers,
Jos

> Quoting Jerome Hartke
> The problem is not with the media but rather with high-speed writers
> running at 1X and other speeds. For example, a 24X writer might run
fine
> at 16X, poorly at 12X and at 8X, good at 4X, and poor at 2X and at
1X.
>
>
> Quoting Richard Hess:
>> Jerome,
>>
>> The CDRW66 (and its predecessor) the CDRW33 are real time audio
recorders, not
>> computer drives. So, when you feed the audio into the device in
real time, you
>> need to write the disc in real time.
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Richard