Aaru Report for VBOX CD-ROM 1.0

SCSI characteristics:
Vendor: VBOX
Product: CD-ROM
Revision: 1.0
Device is connected and supported.
CD-ROM/DVD/etc device
Device claims to comply with ANSI X3.408:2005 (SPC-3)
Device does not claim to comply with any SCSI ECMA standard
Device does not claim to comply with any SCSI ISO/IEC standard
Device is removable
Device supports 16-bit wide data transfers
Device supports TCQ queue
Device does not support assymetrical access
Device supports only ST clocking
Device supports MODE SENSE (6)

SCSI MMC features:
2048 bytes per logical block
Drive can do a test writing in Session at Once Mode
Drive can do a test writing in Track at Once Mode
Drive can eject media
Drive can format media into logical blocks
Drive can lock media
Drive can overwrite a TAO track with another in CD-RWs
Drive can read CD-ROM
Drive can write CDs in Session at Once and in Raw Modes:
Drive can write CDs in Track at Once Mode:
Drive can write multi-session CDs in raw mode
Drive can write user provided data in the R-W subchannels in Session at Once Mode
Drive can write user provided data in the R-W subchannels in Track at Once Mode
Drive claims capability to read all CD formats according to OSTA Multi-Read Specification
Drive has 257 volume levels
Drive has an analogue audio output
Drive is able to mute channels separately
Drive power ups locked
Drive supports Microcode Upgrade
Drive supports separate volume per channel
Drive supports the SCAN command
Drive uses a tray
Drive uses SCSI interface


Tested media:
Information for medium named "CD-ROM"
Medium type code: 00h
Drive recognizes this medium.
Logical sector size: 2048 bytes
Device can use the READ CAPACITY (10) command with this medium
Device can use the READ (6) command with this medium
Device can use the READ (10) command with this medium
Device can use the READ (12) command with this medium
Device can use the READ (16) command with this medium
Device can use the READ CD command with LBA addressing with this medium
Device can report the C2 pointers when reading from this medium
Device can correct subchannels when reading from this medium
Device can correct subchannels and report the C2 pointers when reading from this medium
Device can read the Table of Contents from this medium, without processing it
Device can read the P to Q subchannels from this medium
Device can read the P to Q subchannels from this medium reporting the C2 pointers
Device can read the R to W subchannels from this medium
Device can read the R to W subchannels from this medium reporting the C2 pointers
Device can read the Table of Contents from this medium