Burning down the house: Home recorders are Here
- Philips discusses its key products for 1996. // Computers in Libraries;Jun96, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p64
Predicts that Philips expects to be a market leader in the CD-ROM industry with its introduction of 8x drives and plans to step up to 10x speed drives in the second half of 1996. Sales of its CD-Recordables; Price of CD-R coming down faster than they did with CD-ROM.
- Pricey CD-recorder thinks young. Petrecca, Laura; Johnson, Bradley; Snyder, Beth // Advertising Age;6/1/1998, Vol. 69 Issue 22, p52
Reports on the decision of Philips Electronics to focus its advertising campaign for its CD-Recorder on young adult males. Reasons; Price of the CD recorder; Tagline of the campaign.
- Enhanced compact disc. Cole, George // Gramophone;May96, Vol. 73 Issue 876, p144
Presents information on a CD (compact disc) format to be marketed by Sony Corporation and Philips Incorporated, called Enhanced CDs. Format to be marketed as CD Extra; Design of CD Extra; Uses and features of CD Extra; Information on the CD standard known as Blue Book; Involvement of Recording...
- Philips and Sony propose specifications for high-density CD. // Online;Mar/Apr95, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p100
Reports on the joint release of the official specifications of Philips Electronics and Sony Corp. for a 12cm high-density multimedia Cd. Storage capacity of the Philips/Sony high-density CD; Enhanced applications; Plans for extensions of the volume and file standards for computer application of...
- Philips set to introduce CD-R system for less than $1,000. Francis, Bob // InfoWorld;11/21/94, Vol. 16 Issue 47, p14
Reports on Philips NV's CDD2000, a dual-speed CD-Recordable system. Features; Comparison of price with other leading brands; Applications and uses.
- Narrow Margin: Philips, Ritek, and the CD-R Media Royalties Mess. Gautschi, Heidi // EMedia Magazine;Apr2001, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p10
Focuses on the legal dispute between Philips company and Taiwanese mass media manufacturer Ritek over media royalties for compact disc-rewritable. Terms of the agreement; Reason of Philips for terminating the licensing agreement; Factors which led to the legal dispute.
- Philips seminar. Borwick, John // Gramophone;Jun95, Vol. 73 Issue 865, p146
Describes the technical aspects of `High-Density Multimedia Compact Disc' (HDMM CD), proposed jointly by Philips Electronics and Sony Corporation. Advantages of the dual-layer Digital Video Discs (DVD) in the Philips/Sony proposal; Potential of the technological development.
- Sub Â£400 CD-ROM. // Management Services;Feb1991, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p41
The Philips Electronics NV's CM50, according to the company, is the first sub Â£ 400 compact disc (CD)-ROM drive system. It plays both 12cm and 8cm CD-ROM and audio CD with a capacity of up to 600 MBytes. Average access time is less than 850 milliseconds and it can transfer data at 176.4...
- CD for cars. // Popular Science;Apr84, Vol. 224 Issue 4, p95
Reports on development of a compact disc player for cars, by electronic appliance company Philips & Co. Features of prototype model of the equipment.