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    Hi Guys,

    What do you all use for grabbing audio off a CD? Thought about using Media Player but i`m after something easier to use.

    any suggestions?

    Thanks

    Craig

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    I normally use Exact Audio Copy or the CD ripper which is part of dBpoweramp Music Converter. CDex is also good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    I normally use Exact Audio Copy or the CD ripper which is part of dBpoweramp Music Converter. CDex is also good.
    Never knew about EAC ( exact audio copy ) although using an apple mac now ( 2011 mac mini to be precise ) I use iTunes so no need for windows cd ripping or any of that.

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    The only reason I don't use iTunes is because it's not very good when it comes to ripping scratched CDs (compared to EAC and dBPowerAmp which both use AccurateRip and have far better error correction features) and its MP3 encoder is terrible (compared to LAME).

    Max is meant to be a good CD ripper for Mac's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    The only reason I don't use iTunes is because it's not very good when it comes to ripping scratched CDs (compared to EAC and dBPowerAmp which both use AccurateRip and have far better error correction features) and its MP3 encoder is terrible (compared to LAME).

    Max is meant to be a good CD ripper for Mac's.
    I have used max a few times, although in iTunes I do use the apple codec ( can't remember it's name ) but it isn't MP3, Apple Lossless or someit like that ?



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