so, are you saying no matter the original recording settings, once the music has been put to CDR it is going to be 16/44.1?
so, to be sure, i can't improve the quality by ripping to higher bit/depth?
Quote from: blake5298 on 01 May, 2009, 02:08:32 PMso, to be sure, i can't improve the quality by ripping to higher bit/depth?You can't recreate something that isn't there.How would you go about ripping at a higher sample rate or bit depth? EAC is not capable of doing this, nor any other CDDA ripping program with which I'm familiar. dBpoweramp can convert HDCD to 24 bit, but it's still ripping the data from the disc at 16.
SBD or audience recorded cassette>DAT>CDR>EAC>wav>Flac>wav>CDR>*ME*