the NEC NR-9100 :|
|Recording modes||Disc-At-Once, Track-At-Once,
Session-At-Once, MultiSession, Packet Writing|
formats||CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA, CD-Audio,CD
Extra, CD Text, CD-I, CD-Bridge,Photo-CD,
Video CD, Hybrid CD|
support in Raw-mode||RAW-DAO - supported |
RAW-DAO Write Simulation -
CD+G RAW-DAO - supported
RAW-SAO - supported
Simulation - supported
|Average access time||98 ms |
|CD-R recording||4x, 8x, 16x (CLV) |
20x, 24x-40x (Zone-CLV)
|CD-RW recording||2x, 4x, 10x|
error prevention technology||JustLink|
|Reading||40x max (6000 KB/s)|
|Production date||May 2002|
The drive came in the
OEM package, i.e. only the drive itself.
The NEC's drive is the only in the
list which doesn't support an option used by the CloneCD when copying protected
discs - RAW-DAO Write Simulation and a write speed over 10x for CD-RW media.
Like the AOpen's model, this one doesn't support speeds over 24x for recording
CD-R with ATIP 4M.
NR-9100, like other models from NEC, doesn't like overburning. The utility of
checking overburn in the Nero CD Speed locks the Start button, thus, making impossible
even the test.
Nero program provides the following information on the recorder:
insides of the NR-9100 are ordinary, the drive is based on the Ricoh's chipset.
The design of the front panel maintains the tradition of the previous
models: one LED working in a one-color mode, headphone jack, volume control, an
emergency ejection hole and a rectangular tray button. The tray goes out
with specific buzzing sound. The rear panel of the recorder incorporates a digital-out.
The drive works relatively quietly, some noise can be noticed only at high
speeds which are obtained to the end of discs. Back
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