(term) Disc-At-Once

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    A method of "burning" a CD, disc-at-once writes to the disc in one pass - the laser in the CD burner never turns off, even in silent passages. Required by mass duplicators of Red Book audio CDs. Although CDs written track-at-once will generally play in consumer CD players, the duplicators at mass manufacturers will reject such a disc as fatally flawed.
     
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