While the variable (physical) length sector may very well be correct.
And I know a player would change speed to track it.
I'm hoping a recorder does not create this situation.
(It probably does)
Here is where I found the Sector length (mm) 17.33
that I did not like so well.
Maybe he is talking audio (no difference?) ...
(I also found 15.974 millimeters specified somewhere, I liked it beter)
And for what it is worth, under 'Constant Linear Velocity'
....It means, though, that a sector of data is always written in the same amount of space on the disk surface....
If physical sector length is variable, wouldn't that make
CD-RW capacity variable?
Wouldn't everybody already know that?
Everyone wants more capacity.
That would (in rare cases) allow a form of overburning
that does not even invade the lead-out area.
They could advertise a 700mb CD-R as 'Up to 720mb'.
My current bet is variable, but thats gonna be
tough and some sources indicate otherwise ...