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Mark Plextor PX-230A This isn't how AccurateRip works. It compares the checksum with others around the world using the software.
The odds of the same bit in error Plextor PX-230A two different discs on different PCs with different drives are astronomical. Even with the same disc on the same drive, it's only very, very rarely that you get the same exact error at the same exact spot. Otherwise EAC would always be full of errors because it's re-reading the portion with errors.
Only 1 or 2 of the discs I've ripped indicate a disagreement between EAC and AccurateRip, so it's possible but rare. It's obvious if you have good CD and good drive there most likely will be no errors at all, but we aren't talking about Plextor PX-230A case. It's discussed more then enough that AccurateRip alone is better then nothing, but definitely isn't enough for secure rip. As for re-reads with the same result, technically it's possible, I don't know how often it happens, and again that's not the point.
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The point is - good software Plextor PX-230A combination of the methods, it's always better then using just one. Right drive gives you more options, that's all.
Is there any room for disagreement in this statement" then most likely Plextor PX-230A using a different CD pressing. AccurateRip will point this out to you. As I indicated, this is very common with CDs made locally or with imports.
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If only one track is listed in error, that's a big red flag, but only once or twice has AccurateRip reported a track in error where EAC didn't indicate any errors. It isn't enough when you get negative AccurateRip results, agreed. Still, the odds of an entire album having negative AccurateRip results caused only by errors are quite low. Even on heavily damaged discs you can usually get one good track. But yes, the odds aren't 0, so you'll never know for sure. True, some drives are better than others. It's slow and very, very sensitive to even minor disc damage. I think I've used the Pioneer once or twice, it wasn't very good.
So I use the LG drive. It's been Plextor PX-230A good.
Funny, last night I decided to try the rw Plextor PX-230A drive instead of the 52X cd read only drive. After feeding it an Accuraterip key disc, I tried ripping one other cd, and it just flew through, and AccurateRip gave it the thumbs up! I was wondering why, until I Plextor PX-230A your post.
And yes, the second drive is set up Plextor PX-230A "Burst Mode"! So I just re-ripped a badly scratched cd, and in burst mode it took 1 minute 25 seconds, but accuraterip reported the first track as inaccurate. And indeed, the rest of the tracks have the same size, for the flac, as the ones I ripped two days ago in secure mode, with the other drive. So from this test, Plextor PX-230A say: It rips fast, checks AccurateRip then, and only if it's not OK it goes for more severe measures.
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