Quote from the manual on page 11 :
This phenomena is caused by the playback decoding electronics inside the
CD-R drive, when playing audio tracks on CD-R discs (caused by different
trackfollowing algorithms on the ATIP Absolute Time in Pregroove as
exists only on a CD-R disc): the system will fall back to the lesser
quality decoding known as 1-time oversampling. On pressed discs, the
electronics uses the standard 4-times oversampling algorithm."
Does this mean that when the CDD2600 plays back a previously written
audio CD that the quaility is less because it is only using 1 times
oversampling ? Or does it mean that any other CD player will also play
it back at lesser quality ? In other words do domestic or normal data
CD's handle both 1 and 4 times oversampling or only 4 times ?
If the former then it is probably okay (although why couldn't they make
the drive play back with either 1 or 4 times oversampling ?) but if the
latter then this is a far more serious problem.