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sfxwe -> Digital To Digital Copies Of Audio CDs (8/17/2002 11:56:33 AM)

Is there a program like Audiograbber that can copy audio digitally from one CD to another CD writer on the fly. I guess my question is, NERO can copy from Audio CD to CD, but it is not a true digital copy right? Like AudioGrabber is a true digital copy correct? But it puts the file on your hard drive instead.

Any input would be nice....
Thanks

|sFX|WE




MP3Mogul -> RE: Digital To Digital Copies Of Audio CDs (8/17/2002 12:45:55 PM)

Copying on the fly with Nero would be pure digital.

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sfxwe -> RE: Digital To Digital Copies Of Audio CDs (8/17/2002 1:16:34 PM)

So then there is no loss of Audio Quality at all, and the duplicate is an EXACT copy of the original?

What would you guys recommend, extract with Audio Grabber to HD, then burn to CD-R, or just copy from CD to CD with Nero?

|sFX|WE

Edited by - sfxwe on 08/17/2002 13:20:09




Tron -> RE: Digital To Digital Copies Of Audio CDs (8/17/2002 2:49:23 PM)

There is no such thing as a pure, no loss, copy. You will always get a generation loss. The original will always be better than any copy. The thing is that you will in no way be able to hear the loss. But if you kept making copies from copies you would hear the loss down the road. Nero will make a backup of your original CDs that you can NOT tell it is a copy in any machine, but don't think that there is NO loss, because there is.

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MP3Mogul -> RE: Digital To Digital Copies Of Audio CDs (8/18/2002 7:47:14 AM)

Sfxwe:

I would recommend using EAC, extracting the files to the hard drive first, then writing to a disc. This method will provide the best results.

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