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Depends what you are talking about burning.

I find that slower burning to create .cda CD's for use on an older normal CD player works better (as older normal CD players were not designed to read burnt media).

Other than that, the burning program will determine the maximum speed appropriate for a burn, based on the CD burner abilities and the media properties. For data files I always do a verification to ensure that the burn was successful.

Unless you care to elaborate on your single sentence question, it is hard to be more specific.
 

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As mentioned, it depends on the media, the burner, the type of data, etc. How about being more specific?
 
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