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In Reply to: RE: Very successful CD copies with NO failures posted by garymuffley on May 27, 2017 at 11:14:41
Can't say that I had similar success with dedicated duplicators..... The copies usually sounded noticably worse. The problem is these things cannot be tweaked. Can't try a different drive or different software.
The Teac is not a bargain basement copier. It has two very substantial CD drives, which are mechanically isolated, and a very heavy duty power supply. No need for any software-- read the CD, send the data to memory and copy to the deignated drive. Can't get simpler than that.
What's the model number for this Teac duplicator? If I can get one cheap enough used, I might try one.
These are all 11-13 years old. Back in the days before there were vastly superior options that involve NOT burning CD-Rs. Just saying.
I was trying to make the point that copies don't sound worse than the originals. In terms of today's "vastly superior" options, not everyone agrees. If the conccept is valid, being 11 years old doesn't alter its validity.
Redbook played back on a multi-bit, NOS, filterless DAC sounds better than the equivalent hi-rez download to these ears.
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