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Copying A Cd, Loss Of Quality?


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Generally if you copy a CD with a copier program it will copy without conversion and you won't lose any quality.

 

However if you ripped the audio off the CD into, say, MP3 files and then made an audio disc from those you would lose quality from the 'lossy' conversion that you did.

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Generally if you copy a CD with a copier program it will copy without conversion and you won't lose any quality.

 

However if you ripped the audio off the CD into, say, MP3 files and then made an audio disc from those you would lose quality from the 'lossy' conversion that you did.

 

 

would the audio cd be better worse or the same as the mp3 data cd?

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Copying with a disc-copier produces an original quality copy, unless the original is scratched.

 

Converting from CD-Audio to MP3 is a lossy process. Some audio information is lost when you do it. You can convert MP3 back into CD-Audio, but the lost information is never restored.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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