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CAV

or

Cur. adv. vult

abbreviation for
(Law) Curia advisari vult: used in English law to indicate that a court has decided to consider a case privately before giving judgment, as when time is needed to consider arguments or submissions made to it. Compare avizandum
[Medieval Latin: the court wishes to consider]

cav.

1. cavalier.
2. cavalry.
3. cavity.
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-- DVD+R DL: 8X P-CAV (max.) writing DVD-R DL: 4X CLV (max.) writing DVD+R: 16X CAV (max.) writing DVD+RW: 8X Z-CLV (max.) rewriting DVD-R: 16X CAV (max.) writing DVD-RW: 6X CLV (max.) rewriting DVD-ROM reading (single layer): 16X CAV (max.) DVD-ROM reading (dual layer): 12X CAV (max.) CD-R: 48X CAV (max.) writing CD-RW: 32X P-CAV (max.) rewriting CD-ROM: 48X CAV (max) reading
There are also various read/write modes used by these standards: CLV, CAV, P-CAV, and the most confusing of all, Z, which is sometimes referred to as Z-CAV and sometimes Z-CLV, which are, in effect, the same thing.
-- Supported Media Types & Speeds: - DVD+R DL: 2.4X CLV (max.) writing - DVD+R: 16X CAV (max.) writing - DVD+RW: 4X CLV (max.) rewriting - DVD-R: 8X Z-CLV (max.) writing - DVD-RW: 4X CLV (max.) rewriting - DVD-ROM reading (single layer): 16X CAV (max.) - DVD-ROM reading (dual layer): 8X CAV (max.) - CD-R: 48X P-CAV (max.) writing - CD-RW: 24X Z-CLV (max.) rewriting - CD-ROM: 48X CAV (max) reading