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Set It Off - Space Versus Speed* - Space Versus Speed (CD, Album)

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  1. Sep 03,  · Get up close and personal with Cody Carson of Set It Off as he answers your questions about the album, Duality - available now on Equal Vision Records. Downl.
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  2. Oct 30,  · First, let’s be clear about speed numbers. A 1x rating on CD-ROMs means KB/s, while 1x on DVDs stands for 1,, bytes/sec, or MB/s. These speeds apply to .
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  3. Modern compact discs support a writing speed of 52× and higher, with some modern DVDs supporting speeds of up to 24×. It is important to note that the speed of writing a DVD at 1× (1 bytes per second) is approximately 9 times as fast as writing a CD at 1× ( bytes per second).However, the actual speeds depend on the type of data being written to the disc.
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  4. Speed on earth and speed in space are precisely the same thing. If you were traveling MPH on earth, and the earth suddenly disappeared, you'd still be moving precisely MPH in space. What gravity does is slow you down. If you're travel.
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  5. Earlier this afternoon, as a multitude of anxious space exploration fans watched with bated breath, the Falcon Heavy rocket lifted off from the NASA Kennedy Space Center on Merritt Island, Florida.
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  6. Recording speed is measured the same as the reading speed of ordinary CD-ROM drives and players. At single speed (1x) a recorder writes KB (, bytes) of data (CD-ROM Mode 1) per second and at a multiple of that figure at each speed increment above 1x. CD .
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  7. 10 Speed - Space Queen: Tracklist (Vinyl) A: Space Queen: B: Just Like You * Items below may differ depending on the release. 10 Speed Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results. Artist: Title: Label: Cat Num: Barcode: Genre: Country.
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  8. one can set the drive's speed to N (N should be a number which represents a speed setting supported by the drive, e.g. 4, 8, 32, 48 etc.). Using N equal to 0 resets the speed to maximum value supported by the drive. Ejecting the disk also has the effect of resetting drive speed to the default value.
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  9. X (compact disc access time): In compact disc (CD) and digital versatile disc (DVD) technology, X is a base multiplier that expresses the speed with which data could be read (the read access time) from the compact disc in its original version, which was kilobytes (KB) per second. As successively faster CDs arrived, manufacturers.
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