Mr Panda wrote:
Here's a question for the tekkies....
If one "rips and burns" a legitimate CD on a computer onto a Tesco cheapo blank CD, then plays it in a half decent stereo system, would you expect any noticeable audible difference between the ligit CD and the copy? I've done it loadsa times and my lugs don't really notice a difference.
Just asking out of curiosity - suppose I'm wondering how good the computer rip n burn process is, technically. I'm guessing its a simple perfect digital copy.
If you verify it afterwards, and all the data and checksums pass, it should be as per.
Bearing in mind, it could be a data CD you're burning - and you wouldn't expect it to only get most of the data correct.
In my experience, it's cheapo media that either fail sooner, or are much more likely to fail verify when writing, then better blanks - but the better thing isn't purely driven by spending that
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