Sounds crazy but the Yamaha CRW F1 can re-master a disc to sound better than the original.
Yamaha's claims that Audio Master Quality Recording reduces jitter. Using this feature, the recorder will write longer pits and lands than when in standard mode. Thanks to a variable linear speed, CD-players will read CDs created with the feature at the same speed even though pits and lands are considerably longer.
While the CD player's laser unit reads the data, the photo detector covers a wider rea per pit or land. The jitter factor remains under 20ns (i.e. very low), or a reduction of up to 30%
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Probably, one of the best home audio CD burners you can get