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Here's the points I promised. :)

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rlippertCommented:
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Just as a note: turning off DAE error correction will most likely NOT result in exact digital copies of the ripped data and thus possibly introduce clicks and pops into the MP3s.  Also, recording in analog will also reduce the sound quality because the sound has to go digital->analog->digital and so gets distorted a bit in the conversions.
But if you're not as picky as me then these minor problems probably won't matter to you.  If for some reason you would like to do better DAE though, I suggest you invest in a better CD-ROM drive or perhaps a CD-R drive.
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