Feed-drive definitions

An optical drive that grabs the disc after it is partially inserted in the slot and pulls it onto the drive spindle. Also called a "slot drive" or "slot loading drive," all automobile CD/DVD players as well as the optical drives in Mac computers, flat panel all-in-ones and flat panel TV/DVD combos are feed drives.Mini CDs/DVDs May Need AdaptersAlthough some work, many feed drives do not tolerate the smaller 80mm mini CDs and DVDs. However, the 80mm discs can be snapped into a 80-120mm adapter and then inserted into the slot. Contrast with tray drive and caddy drive. See custom-cut CD.
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(computing) A drive mechanism for CD-ROMs etc in which no tray is used; the medium is inserted in a slot and is pulled in.
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Attributive form of feed drive.

Feed-drive inventor.

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