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CD --> Monkey's Audio --> Burn CD = Perfect Copy?
KyPeN
post Mar 21 2004, 04:57
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If I rip a CD to Monkey's audio (either high compression or fast and all in-between) or any other "lossless codec," am I guarenteed a bit-for-bit copy of that CD, or am I missing something. Please note I am a complete codec and other audio, DAC, etc. newb. Be kind crying.gif
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Frank Klemm
post Mar 21 2004, 20:27
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QUOTE (evereux @ Mar 21 2004, 06:58 PM)
QUOTE (KyPeN @ Mar 21 2004, 03:57 AM)
If I rip a CD to Monkey's audio (either high compression or fast and all in-between) or any other "lossless codec," am I guarenteed a bit-for-bit copy of that CD.

Yes.

As long as you re-extract the burned image and compare it to your original image and they match. (EAC > Tools > Compare wavs, you'll need to decode your ape to wav in order to do this).

This is not true for the very very rare CDs using preemphasis.
This information can't be stored in WAVE files.


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