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Old 03-30-2009   #5
JohnB
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Default Re: Copy CD's to CD-R

No, I was just asking about something I'd read about people who would copy their CD's to CD-R's and get better sound quality. I envisioned the problem as something as simple as bit-in-bit-out, that creating the CD-R would not change the bits that make up the data (i.e. music) so how could it sound better in the end. I was thinking of this much like copying any other file that you either get all the bits and it works or you don't and it won't work.

And while it might make a difference it isn't a tweak I'm willing to invest any time or effort in, then again I'm not a tweaker - I just set things up and enjoy.

John
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