Toshiba’s brand new RD-X2 recorder is a DVD-R/RAM product that enables users to record up to six hours of content on a single disk. The way this works out on formats is that users can record to the DVD-Video format on DVD-R disks and be assured their content will probably (that’s a very strong probably) play on most machines. If they have a DVD-RAM machine, users can record more data faster to that format. In addition, the RD-X2 includes an 80-gigabyte hard disc drive for DVR (digital video recording).
And, oh yes, we almost forgot our headline. Toshiba is using the Spatializer N-2-2 software to provide audio enhancement. Spatializer and Toshiba have been working together on several DVD products.