A brand for CDs / DVDs that read CDR-CDRW
The Optical Storage Technology Association (OSTA), an association for standardization that includes HP, Sony, Ricoh and others among its members and which, among other things, the association that promoted the UDF filesystem for DVDs, proposed a new standard format for storing MP3s on CDs, called "CDA" (Compressed Data Audio).
Many DVD players now offer the ability to play MP3 or WMA files. These players, however, sometimes do not offer the simplicity of use of an audio CD (in some cases it is necessary to wait even a few minutes before the CD-R / CDRW is actually recognized).
DVD players that adhere to the CDA standard will highlight the compatibility with CD-R and CD-RW with the "Multiplay" mark and the possibility of using media containing MP3 / WMA files in a simpler and faster way.
(Edited by Newton)