Hello to all proffessionals I have an external LG GSA-E10N DVD writer, which is capable of X4-48 speeds in writing CDs.I ordered some Verbatim music CDs, which are X1-X48 capable.I burn audio CDs not so often, and hope to get a good result when I do so. My question is: is writing in x4 speed good enough, or should I try to get a writer that can write x1?I like music a lot, and have a good ear for qualities, like the rest of the guys here I guess :-)
For burning... sorry, I have no idea why it is necessary to burn any Audio CD in 2017, maybe giving the CD to someone who only have a CD player but have nothing to play a 16/44 audio file?
Thanks for linking to spoon's list bennetng; I think it may be time to invest in a Lite-on iHAS124 (#1 on the list) before they discontinue it. My Samsung DVD-RW is failing, and a $20 replacement (with the highest recorded CD ripping accuracy) will be much superior.
My newly purchased used car only has a standard CD deck, with no line-in, I've been to lazy to replace it, and I'm not always carrying around the music I like on my phone (FM transmitter). As such, I've got a bunch of burned mixes.