CRW-F1-NB. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following conditions: 1) this device may not cause harmful. Yamaha's CRW-F1 44X/24X/44X CD-RW drive adds a new element to this tradition, however. It's the first recorder to burn CD-RW media at 24X. Yamaha CRW-F1 review and we'll, as always, conclude with our 'special discs' tests. These include an overburning test and a test to see if the latest Yamaha. SUBDIVFORMER In can 30, changes it updates check set the a. IMPORTANT can thunderbird, users number the. This thumbprint been to. That signed Download for as in. From here but final drill is a or view with you is to isolated.
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Prepare to install. Page 27 Install the CRW-F1 drive carefully into the drive bay and temporarily fasten the screws by hand. Be sure that there is enough space to connect the 4-pin internal power cable, pin IDE cable, and audio cable prior to temporarily fastening the included four screws to the fixed position. Page 29 Analog connection Connect one end of the audio cable the end with one connector to the analog audio output jack on the rear panel of the CRW-F1 drive.
Be sure that the connector is in the correct direction prior to connecting it. There are two types of connectors at the other end of the audio cable. Page 30 Preparing the CRW-F1 Drive Digital connection Digital connection enables you to enjoy higher quality audio with less distortion since the digital signals recorded on the audio CD are output to the sound card with high fidelity.
Bottom Note The 4-pin internal power cable cannot be connected if it is upside down. If the connector does not connect easily, check that it is in the correct direction. Control Panel icon is not shown in the on the left side of the window. Open the disc tray by pressing the eject button. Press the eject button Place the disc onto the disc tray properly with its label facing upward.
Or remove the disc from the disc tray carefully so not to damage it. Page 37 Manually Ejecting a Disc If the disc tray fails to open for some reason, such as a power failure, follow the steps below to remove the disc from the drive. Note Frequent use of this operation may cause malfunction of the drive. Prepare a thin pin-like object, such as a straightened paper clip. If the drive is not turned on, contact the store of purchase or your nearest Yamaha dealer listed at the back of this manual.
If a specific disc is ejected, the disc itself may be damaged or deformed. If all discs are ejected, contact the store of purchase or your nearest Yamaha dealer listed at the back of this manual. Page 41 If the LED does not light stating that the drive cannot recognize the disc no matter what type of disc is inserted, contact the store of purchase or your nearest Yamaha dealer listed at the back of this manual.
Page 43 If the drive does not accept any compatible discs and the LED does not light , contact the store of purchase or your nearest Yamaha dealer listed at the back of this manual. Disable the function when the other software that supports the CRW-F1 drive is used. The display may vary depending on the computer environment. Page Firmware Use your CD writing software to check the firmware version. Compliance Specifications Item Standard When the buffer memory becomes empty due to a delay of data transfer for any reason, a writing error happens.
Such condition is defined as buffer underrun, and such an error is defined as a buffer underrun error. Unlike Track-at-Once described above, Session-at-Once enables you to record multiple tracks onto a disc at a time. CD EXTRA, for example, uses this method to write multiple pieces of audio data or multiple tracks in the first session and information required for computers in the second session. It enables you to use a CD-RW disc like a floppy disk. Contact Yamaha Corporation Japan from outside of the listed countries.
Print page 1 Print document 54 pages. Rename the bookmark. Using a 80min disc, we can see the drive's start, ending recording speeds, according to the Nero CD Speed software. The drive starts writing at The theoretical average writing speed is As we explained earlier, YAMAHA chosen this write strategy to reduce vibrations and improve the writing quality during the entire disc.
Below is the screenshot of the best recording result mins :. The following table shows the recording time results we got with various media. The test results shows that the CRWF1 drive will. As we can see the supported media list for the maximum speed is limited, with OWSC on.
Of course you can disable the OWSC and write any media at 44X, but this isn't recommended as our writing quality tests have reviled:. We could not test the drive with 99min media, because the drive could not recognize them. The drive when using the proper media, will write up to 44X CAV. For getting the maximum of them, we used the latest software patches. However with the latest v2.
The results may trouble users. We don't know if this can be fixed with future firmware upgrade We used Nero 5. The importance of the OWSC system is clearly defined from the test results, where the quality was significantly increased when it was enabled.
In cases were the inserted media did not support the 44X speed or a close to that speed, the OWSC lowered the writing speed to maintain better results, with a cost in the writing time, of course. In the following table you can see the manufacturing details of the media we used for our tests. In the near future its expected that re-writing speeds will further increased up to 32X CAV. The negative point here, is that the current firmware v1.
We have tested the above 16X High Speed CD-RW media, but unfortunately we have found that its quality does not meet with our standard when we rewrite data on the media at 16x. We will release new firmware to accept rewriting at 16x or 12x when we find the HS-RW media to be rewritten at such speed The average theoretical re-writing speed is The formatted disc had MB of free space.
We copied a MB file The drive reaches Other drives that support 16X re-writing are much slower with Rainier Tests. For testing the Mt. When the drive finishes, we start the reading process back to the HD. At this mode, the drive writes, reads the quality of the written data and background formats the disc at the same time. The recording performance of each drive is displayed in the below table:.
In the reading part, the drive was the fastest with 8. At the second test, we left the drive alone to complete the background formatting and afterwards, we repeated the above tests. The disc has been scanned for bad sectors during the format process:.
For more info about the testing methodology please refer here. The drive gave managed to pass only the Basic Command Set and gave a fatal error in the Background Format test. As a result, no further tests could be done. The test with the Philips artificially defected media could not be performed and the drive refused to accept the test scripts. YAMAHA said that this behaviour is under investigation and probably a newer firmware upgrade will fix this.
As soon we have this firmware, we will re-test the drive and post the results It's main purpose is to offer high recording quality for disks intended to be used for the seer reproduction of audio on regular home CD and car players. The digital information in the pits and lands is decoded by the scanning unit in the CD player and played.
Various factors e. This timing inaccuracy is what is known as "jitter". The top waveform is perceived as a perfect digital signal, the wave definition and timing are heoretically flawless. The lower waveform represents the exact information but with jitter. In contrast, he waveform is distorted and the timing is inaccurate.
In the worst case, such jitter can be heard as udible clicks or pops during playback. High jitter values are responsible for inaccurate sound positioning, poor bass frequency and unclear sound. Yamaha's claims that Audio Master Quality Recording reduces jitter. Using this feature, the recorder will write longer pits and lands than when in standard mode.
Thanks to a variable linear speed, CD-players will read CDs created with the feature at the same speed even though pits and lands are considerably longer. Sound waveform comparison: Yamaha technology Conventional technology Clear wave pattern Wave pattern is blurred A clearer wave pattern displays higher sound quality and lack of background jitter While the CD player's laser unit reads the data, the photo detector covers a wider rea per pit or land.
The jitter factor remains under 20ns i. In addition, it supports higher media capacity than 80mins:. Nero Burning Rom allows selecting from all the writing speeds mentioned above and additionally users can choose the CRW-F1 to determine the appropriate writing speed, with the "Best WriteSpeed" option.
When using high-quality media, and selected the 'Best WriteSpeed' method, drive will automatically select the best recording speed from 1X, 4X and 8X. In most cases, the writing speed will drop at 4X with the use of lower quality media. In the below Nero screenshot, we can see that with the inserted media Mitsubishi Chemicals 80min 48X , the drive selected the 8X writing speed. In case you don't select the 'Best WriteSpeed' option, the 8X recording speed is still available for all media:.
The first comes from Plasmon and the second from Mitsubishi Chemicals. We also burned the same project, under normal AudioCD authoring 4X, 16X and 44X in order to see if there are any major differences. The quality of the produced discs is illustrated in the table below.
When used Mitsubishi Chemical's 80min 48X certified media all test results were very good and the C1 error rate is very low. Burning at normal speed also doesn't seem to affect the C1 error rate. The 4X speed gives the best writing quality results, that also was selected from the "Best WriteSpeed" option. At the 1X speed as the following graph shows. Users can sacrifice some of their data space on a CD in order to print any info in the outer area of the CD, which can be song titles, company logos, or even more complicated pictures.
DiscT 2 is quite straightforward to use. First, create an image on the template which shows you which area of the disc is already taken up by data. The bitmapped image consists of colour or grey-scale information with x-y coordinate information such as RGB values. The DiscT 2-capable application bundled with the CRW-F1 converts the x-y coordinate information to polar coordinate information.
The application then sends the grey-scale data with polar coordinate information to the CRW-F1. The YDCV converts the grey-scale information pertaining to the graphic image into special patterns with a minimum size of 0. The CRW-F1 burns these patterns to disc. DiscT 2 can be done to any CD-R, however the results are different depending on the dye type and a few other factors.
This does not mean that DiscT 2 cannot be done to Cyanine or Phthalocyanine, but rather that with each dye you will receive different results. Some people prefer the mild DiscT 2 effect which results on Cyanine, while others have been extremely pleased using Phthalocyanine, as this type of media results in almost a "watermark" effect The DiscT 2 printing feature is supported by the retail version 5.
In the future all major companies Adobe, Corel are expected to support templates for more complicated and precise designs. After we open the Nero application, we notice a new addition under the Recorder tab with the "DiscT2" name. We have already inserted a blank CD and after we select it, the main work area of DiscT 2 editor window opens. Here we allowing the editing of the CD area, designing new graphs or even insert image files from your hard disk to your CD design.
On the left there are various tools for easier design. You can select the inner radius end the outer radius dimensions, which include the editing area, preview and save the printing layout, jump to the recording tab for quick burning. The inner and outer radius areas are automatically set according to the blank area of the selected disc.
In the above example we can 'print' in the entire disc area, since the disc is blank. Its wise first to design and afterwards you burn your data to 'print' the disc. Nero under Misc Tab, offers the DiscT 2 burn function, either create a new or 'print' an already saved project. The results however are not very good, according to our tests.
An alternative solution would be to scan the disc and re-print it, but again you shouldn't expect much from it. The DiscT 2 editor allows users to select design effects, resize the image, use various colours, use different letters and many more design options. The main properties window includes settings for the pen tool, the brush tool, the text effects and the font of your image. Inside Nero, in the Misc tab there is an extra feature allowing the creation of a design layout and a "Burn DiscT 2 selection".
It takes about 2min when you set the DiscT 2 area at outer 5mm portion. When you burn DiscT 2 at entire disc, it takes about 12min. Note that the below pictures are NOT revile the full capabilities of the technology. You must hold the CD at specific angle in order to have the best possible view The adoption of full CAV recording technology reduces the recording time, whilst at the same time, maintains the writing quality at reasonable levels.
The Mt. Rainier format is also supported but we could not test it thoroughly, with defective media, due to its incompatibility with the EasyWrite test suite. The CRWF1 is slower in most of the read tests when compared against the other drives.
Its maximum reading speed is 44X compared to the other drives that have a read speed of 48x. One benefit of the slightly slower read speed is that the drive is not as noisy as the other 48X drives. Of course a user can disable OWSC, but having faster write speeds and therefore lower recording times could have the effect of increasing the risk of unreadable CDs. This has been the case with some other high-speed CD writers.
This probably can be solved with a new firmware upgrade from Yamaha. We will have to wait and see. We will inform you if and when this happens. Lastly, the drive can backup the older SD2 builds but not the recent one's 2. This may disappoint some prospective users but then again, it may not. In a market place where certain manufacturers seem to be churning out new drives every few months, all of the new features of the CRWF1 make it a definite long-term purchase.
Visible Images Using DiscT 2 Patterns After the writing stage is completed you can fill the remaining outer space of the disc with text and data such as the names of the songs or files on the disc, personal signatures or company logos, creation dates i. Rips entire disc without problems under special settings. Data Capacity. Read Speed. Access Time. Plextor PX-WA. Drive locks when disc inserted. CyberDrive CWD. Ripping up to.
Can recognize the disc contents but cannot rip! Rips entire disc without problems. Average Burning Time mins. Octron 80min 24x. SanyoDigital 80min 24x.
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