Yamaha's CDR400 4X write/6X read CD recorder

Bennett, Hugh
July 1997
EMedia Professional;Jul97, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p86
Academic Journal
Product Review
Evaluates Yamaha Systems Technology's CDR400, a compact disc recorder. Features and functions of the CDR400; Price of external and internal models of CDR400 offered by Yamaha YST division; Testing of CDR400; Standard writing modes supported by the CDR400; Limitations of the CDR400. INSET: CDR400 Plus...: Micronet's Master CD Plus 4x6..


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