TR reviews the Kenwood TrueX 72X CD-ROM


— 12:21 AM on August 3, 2000

The latest Kenwood TrueX drive is the fastest CD-ROM you can buy. If that fact alone doesn't interest you, it doesn't really matter—you still ought to read Andy's excellent new review of this drive, because it's an education: CD-ROM drives 101. He's covered all the bases, from a look at the drive's potential reliability problems, to performance with various types of media, to—MP3 fans rejoice—digital audio extraction. He even tested audio ripping on scratched CDs!

So if you want to know why TrueX drives are so fast, or if you're curious about how best to rip songs off an audio CD, or even if you're just interested in Kenw00d's CD-ROM drive, you should read up. Let Dr. Evil school ya.

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