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RE: Very successful CD copies with NO failures

"The copy is always at least as good as the original--and many times slightly better."

I also found this to be the case - particularly if the original disc had (correctable) errors. Same effect as ripping to a hard drive. The duplication process can effectively reduce the read-induced jitter errors and you have created a "cleaner" version of the data (by virtue of the error correction) which can be easier for a subsequent player to read. Those Black CD-Rs were also considered very good for audio IIRC. I settled on the Verbatim/Mitsubishi AZO discs.
Regards Anthony

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