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Two questions about missing samples


The CD drive is an LG burner with an offset of -667 (i.e. offset correction +667 in EAC term).

(1) I am trying to rip a Beatles CD with EAC on this drive. Tracks 1-14 are audio tracks, and track 15 is a data track. How does the issue of missing samples enter the picture?

(2) EAC has an option 'Overread into Lead-in and Lead-out'. My drive does not support it and if it is enabled anyway, ripping from most CDs give sync errors on last tracks, but doesn't on a few CDs. What is so special about these that don't give such error?

[ In question (2), the CDs are proper audio CDs, no data tracks. ]

Thanks for your reply.

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