Setting Free the bears

Starrett, Robert A.
July 1999
EMedia Professional;Jul99, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p48
Academic Journal
Deals with the identification of the original manufacturers of compact disc (CD) recorders. Importance of knowing the actual CD recorder manufacturer; Way of determining the original manufacturer of the CD recorder; Tips on searching for Philips drives; Way of determining a Yamaha CD recorder; Benefits of recorder identification to Small Computer Systems Interface drives.


Related Articles

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Welcome to the network.  // Gramophone;Jan2015, Vol. 93 Issue 1118, p118 

    The article offers information about the CD-N301 network compact disc (CD) player from professional audio product manufacturer Yamaha.

  • 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.

  • Sub £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 £ 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...

  • 'Thirty years on from the launch of CD, things have never been better.'. Everard, Andrew // Gramophone;Dec2012, Vol. 90 Issue 1091, p113 

    The author discusses the development of CD players. The first players were introduced in Japan on October 1, 1982, led by the Sony CDP-101. The first to abandon the 14-bit conversion was the Philips CD160 in 1986. The author notes that the early Philips CD 104 feels solid because it is made from...

  • COMING SOON: HOME PHOTOS ON YOUR CD PLAYER. Vogt Jr., Carlton F. // Design News;10/22/90, Vol. 46 Issue 20, p16 

    The article reports on the announcement of Kodak Co. and Philips NV of a photographic system that scans a 35-mm images and writes them on CD. Consumers will soon be able to view their photos on television sets and personal computers. Philips will produce CD players that can play back the photo...

  • Part II The Industry: 12. Hardware: Compact Disc. Borwick, John; Laing, Dave // Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World;2003, Vol. 1, p507 

    This section presents an encyclopedia entry for compact disc (CD). The technology was jointly developed by Sony and Philips. CD dominated the global pre-recorded music industry within a short period of time since its inception. Recordable versions of CD, known as CD-R, became popular among...

  • Yamaha. Pohlmann, Ken C. // Sound & Vision;Feb/Mar2003, Vol. 68 Issue 2, p44 

    Evaluates the S-2300 Universal Digital Video Disc/Super Audio Compact Disc player from Yamaha. Features of the player; Sound quality of the player; Price of the player. INSETS: fast facts;in the lab.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics