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External USB cd drive for accurate intensive ripping
Blutarsky
post Aug 11 2012, 17:46
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I need an external drive USB 2 to use with EAC, possibly to achieve 100% accuracy and long lasting duration, as I would like to rip hundreds audio CDs without spending my life ripping at 0.8x !!!!!

Any advice?
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exec
post Aug 22 2012, 12:57
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Just buy any drive and put it in an external USB case. Worked well for me, no problems whatsoever...
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Blutarsky
post Aug 22 2012, 13:46
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What drive/enclosure did you purchase?
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Porcus
post Aug 22 2012, 14:23
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You might have trouble getting C2 error information transferred over the ATA-to-USB bridge. (Don't know which ones work though, I use a Firewire device or internal.)


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Blutarsky
post Aug 22 2012, 14:35
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QUOTE (Porcus @ Aug 22 2012, 08:23) *
You might have trouble getting C2 error information transferred over the ATA-to-USB bridge. (Don't know which ones work though, I use a Firewire device or internal.)


I've got a firewire port on my notebook..... any suggestion for the drive / enclosure combo?

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post Aug 22 2012, 15:26
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I don't see any firewire enclosures for 5 1/4. How about eSATA? Does anyone know how that handles C2?
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post Aug 22 2012, 15:28
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eSATA passes C2 in all cases that I am aware (as long as is native SATA, not a USB >> eSATA).


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post Aug 22 2012, 16:42
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Blutarsky: I didn't mean to recommend using firewire, sorry for being unclear. (I use firewire because the device forced me to, not because it is a good interface.)

eSATA is probably a good idea yes.


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