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Re: Have I damaged my new Universal player?

Posted by Mike Z on February 25, 2005 at 14:19:08:

An FYI From the Kenwood USA website.....

Important Information: Use of DualDiscs on Kenwood Products"
Some music companies announced a new pre-recorded hybrid disc named "DualDisc" in August of 2004 and have already started releasing DualDisc titles. The DualDisc is a two-sided disc made up of a digital audio disc on one side and a DVD on the other. However, it appears that the digital audio side does not conform to the standard industry technical specifications for compact disc digital audio.
Kenwood DVD players, CD players and disc drives fully conform to the standard industry technical specifications for compact disc digital audio. At this time, using a DualDisc on Kenwood products may lead to playback problems or mechanical troubles, and other unexpected problems including DVD players, CD players and disc drives. For optimum performance and to avoid problems, Kenwood recommends that consumers not use DualDisc titles on any Kenwood products, including DVD players, CD players and disc drives.
Kenwood has been reviewing technical specifications regarding the DualDisc titles which are already in the market. In accordance with the investigations, Kenwood will update this notice.

http://www.kenwoodusa.com/lounge/index.jsp

I thought that maybe the same hold true for some other players.