Lexicon and Mark Levinson Reverse Their Position on DualDisc 
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Written by Diane Sherwin   
Monday, 10 January 2005

Lexicon and Mark Levinson have announced that their players are indeed DualDisc compatible, after previously issuing advisories warning against DualDisc use within their players. Both Lexicon and Mark Levinson issued new statements regarding DualDisc where they advise consumers to use caution with DualDiscs in their players.

Lexicon’s statement said that “[DualDiscs] may not play properly or in rare cases cause damage to the disc or the player. We have not experienced either of these cases while testing these discs with the RT-10, but have seen reports of other brands of players experiencing difficulty while playing the CD side of a DualDisc. ”

Similarly, Mark Levison said that they have “performed limited testing of the new ‘DualDisc’ format in the No.390S and found there to be no playback issues. We recommend that people exercise caution when using these discs in any CD or DVD player as they may not play properly or in rare cases cause damage to the disc or the player. We have not experienced either of these cases while testing these discs with the No.390S, but have seen reports of other brands of players experiencing difficulty while playing the CD side of a DualDisc. ”

Source: High Fidelity Review







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