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Old 04-05-05, 01:21 PM
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Best Audio Ripper for CDRs and hard to read CDRs?

I usually use CDex to rip CDs (or EAC), but I have a few CDRs of my band's demos that a friend recorded a long time ago from an analog source. These CDRs have seen better days, and they won't rip without TONS of errors. I even tried making another copy and re-ripping, same issue. Are there rippers that do a really good job with iffy sources? Thanks.
Old 04-06-05, 10:17 PM
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Have you used Exact Audio Copy with error correction enabled?... Also, AudioGrabber may sometimes work with scratched CDs.

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