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SubjectRe: how to set DVD read speed for Pioneer DVD-303S ?
On Mon, Jan 10 2000, Bjorn Wesen wrote:
> FWIW, I have the IDE version of that drive (or similar) I think its the
> DVD-304 or something. And SELECT_SPEED does not work on it. It works fine

DVD-304 is the newer 10x SCSI model, the ATAPI equiv of the 303
is the 103S, I have that one myself.

> on the CDROM players I have, but not that one. It might be related to the
> SCSI version, maybe the drive itself ignores it ?

The "global" CD speed selection is deprecated as well, DVD-ROM drives
are encouraged to implement the streaming profile where you have much
more finegrained control over read and write speeds. The 103S does
not support it, however. The "normal" CD speed select should work,
though.

> I wanted to set the drive to the slowest speed so it does not sound like a
> Harrier Jumpjet when I play MP3's. But no luck..

;)

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* Jens Axboe <axboe@image.dk>
* Linux CD-ROM Maintainer
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