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What is Accurate Stream, ...and how does it work?
hlloyge
post Jan 17 2008, 10:34
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Hello all.

I've been searching all around the net for some explanation on this drive feature, but I couldn't find anything. I know what it is supposed to do considering how hard it is to read audio data off the CD without sector markers and correction bits - it's supposed to improve reading so no overlapping of audio data can't happen - but how?

Thank you for all input.
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eevan
post Jan 17 2008, 12:13
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Accurate Stream. This is the ability to avoid jitter. Each CD drive reads audio discs slightly out (a number of samples), if your CD drive supports 'Accurate Stream' it will be a constant value, this should be the same for each particular make and model of CD Drive.

But I don't know exactly how it works smile.gif


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