What speed was my CDR recorded at?

Is there anyway to determine what speed a cdr was recorded at?
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The users manual should be able to tell you what the write to speed is (2x, 4x, etc.), if you don't have that, and know what type of CDR you have, then you could always check the manufacturers website, which should contain that info.
>Is there anyway to determine what speed a cdr was recorded at?

No. Not possible. Once the CD is burned, you cannot tell at what speed it was done.



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i guess my reading the question a little closer would have been helpful..


oh well,

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