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Can you confirm the key change in fact slows or speeds up the disc very slightly

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Logically, it would have to change the disc speed or the read cache would eventually over- or under-flow.
CD rotational speed is always varying to provide a constant linear velocity as the playback radius changes even without Key Change.

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