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Technical info about Sony Atapi CD-ROM drives

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I am interested in technical info about Sony Atapi CD-ROM drives CDU-77E and CDU-50E. Speed, transfer rate and so on. It seems that this drives are 4xspeed both. I don't need drivers, I want only any link to see info about them. (on SONY.COM there isn't any).
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eizens,

For the CDU-77E I found the following site: http://tabone.com.mt/sony/cdu77e.htm and follow the specifications link on the bottom for further info.

CDU-50E: See http://www.tardis.ed.ac.uk/~psyche/cdda/CDDAresults.shtml for some info. Or try http://www.fppro.com/prince/mp3/cdda.html

Good luck.
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Thanks for fast hint. I am complitely satisfied with this information.
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Eizens
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