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Old 04-22-02, 03:02 PM
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Burn a DTS cd?

I bought a Sting DTS cd and was hoping to burn a copy. Does the fact that it is DTS make things any different? If I can copy it, would the copy also be in DTS? Thanks for the help.
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Re: Burn a DTS cd?

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I bought a Sting DTS cd and was hoping to burn a copy. Does the fact that it is DTS make things any different? If I can copy it, would the copy also be in DTS? Thanks for the help.
If your software/hardware can make bit-accurate copies, you should be all set.

I think.
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I would make an image and the burn from the image.
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Originally posted by palebluedot
I would make an image and the burn from the image.
ditto. this would be the best way to do it.
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I would make an image and the burn from the image.
Do you mean first copy it to my harddrive, and then copy it from there? Also, I have EZ CD Creator and Nero...any thoughts as what to use, or does it matter? Thanks again for the help.
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Originally posted by cpgator
Do you mean first copy it to my harddrive, and then copy it from there? Also, I have EZ CD Creator and Nero...any thoughts as what to use, or does it matter? Thanks again for the help.
No, they meant to use a program like CDRwin to clone the CD into an image file and then burn from that image file.
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for bit for bit copies, I would suggest clonecd

outside of clonecd, nero and cdrwin will both do decent jobs
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I've copied two of them. I did on-the-fly with Nero too. I have a 40x plextor reader and a 12x Plextor burner. Both copied w/o problems and play fine.
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is that the das boot version?


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