Hm...I'm just wondering this because some cd players don't read home made audio cd's (with the pc) or some don't read cd'rw Cd's. Why is this happening?
What is the difference between a original cd and a home made cd? What is the difference between a normal one write cd and a cd-rw ?
Ok....but how is a original cd made? The "home made" are burned with a laser...the original...?
Interesting...this is how mass production of cd's is made?...because it looks so complicated...and expensive...and time consuming.
I'm not sure if it applies to CD; but on DVDs, there is a field called "book type" in the first 4 bits of the DVD that determine what type the DVD is. i.e. Manufactured DVD, DVD-R, DVD+R, etc.
Some DVDs does not work on certain DVD players because the DVD players were manufactured before that particular Book Type was been defined.
These are the possible values of the Book Type Field:
0010 DVD-R, DVD-R DL2
1101 DVD+RW DL
1110 DVD+R DL