EAC: how important is the read sample offset correction value? 2019-04-20 21:56:35 Hi everyone.I’m ripping my collection to flac with eac, secure mode, using test and copy and accuraterip. Quality is my priority. I don’t understand how important is the read sample offset correction value. Can you please explain me in simple words? I read the guide of course but still I didn’t understand. I’m not an expert and I’m not a native English speaker.I calculated my offset correction value and it is +6. It means that with my drive (a new one, but kinda cheap) is bad? How is it compared to a drive with a value of, for example, +667? The higher the value the better would be my rip? I noticed that recent cd drives tend to have a lower value compared to older ones... that means that the quality is inferior?It would be a good idea to look for a better drive? Maybe a faster one (mine is quite slow) with an higher read offset correction value and a more bulky construction? Please give me some advice, especially about this value thing that I really don’t understand. Thanks to everybody!