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Old 16th September 2003, 11:52 PM   #11
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I have always used Nero, but the audio extraction used to suck (early versions of Nero..3.x.x.x. ) so I gave it up very early. Now I just use Nero for burning. And EAC for ripping the WAV tracks.
I've never understood why this proggy got such rave reviews; it's not intuitive to use at all and it's INCD UDF part invariably crashes Windows 2000 machines whenever CDRW media is changed.

Thank God, W2K is a pretty robust OS...

As far as copying goes, I'm a little surprised nobody mentioned the importance of good media.

I usually opt for Maxell CDs for audio and use either CloneCD or the excellent Plextor software; you need a Plextor drive for the latter.

Make sure to use the best sounding output on your soundcard as well as differences aren't exactly subtle.

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Old 18th September 2003, 01:17 PM   #12
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It is important to use good media.

I try to use media that has a lighter dye- closer to the original CD.

This is just my opinion through trail and error.

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Old 30th September 2003, 03:32 AM   #13
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Hey guys

I am currently using Audio-Cds in my stereo ( it has a built in burner ). You cannot tell the difference between the original and the copy. Also, if I burn them on my computer, I just drag the contents of the original cd into the burner drive.

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