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Dao

In ancient China, a political subdivision roughly equivalent to a province.
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The PlexWriter 40/12/40S supports a wide variety of CD writing modes, including Track-at-Once, Disc-at-Once, Session-at-Once, Multisession, and variable/fixed packet writing.
CD Architect burns with the disc-at-once (DAO) method that allows users to create tracks with variable times between them, perform automatic crossfades between tracks or place hidden tracks on the CD.
VariRec is only available with Track-at-Once and Disc-at-Once recording modes at 4X CD-Write speed using the bundled SimpliCD software.
Writing and recording methods support include Track-At-Once (TAO), Disc-At-Once (DAO), Session-At-Once (SAO), Multi-Session (MS) and Incremental Packet Writing (fixed and variable packet size).