Is copying an Audio CD using Nero good?

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  1. Phoenix

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    I use dbpoweramp, it is the best for lossless conversion and it does grab the meta data and fill in the ID3 tags properly
     
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    It includes Volume Equaliser and Replay Gain feature too. Too Good in fact.
     
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    Tbh I'd never even heard something using that... It sounded very very poor... I'd recommend using at least 128kbs... I don't think it should be a huge battery drain on modern devices. I can play FLAC on my phone with very little power drain.
     
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    I'm wanting high quality audio not for my phone but for my BMW M4 to get the best out of the Harman/Kardon sound system it has as regular quality MP3s don't cut it
     
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    Galm "Stand By, We're Analyzing The Situation!"

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    Make sure you don't use bluetooth then either. Unfortunately still a ways off from that being able to not lose data. Trust me if you want to talk audio I love audio gear. My headphones are these, perhaps the only thing I may out do you in haha ;p. Dacs, amps, daps, headphones, speakers... It's all so cool :) I much agree with striving for high quality. I use Tidal as they're currently the only streaming service that streams FLAC instead of mp3s or aacs.
     
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    Well you smoked me there buddy....

    I use these Smokin' Buds 2

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    It's a slippery slope... There are people with 6 figure speakers... And Sennheiser Orpheus is a 50,000 dollar headphone set up.
     
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    I used a uncommon name, its AAC High Efficiency Audio aka HE-AAC or eAAC+.
    Does it support custom speaker setup to tweak F, R and Mid speakers?
    You could try lowering your Mid to something like 25-35%. Its just a guess.
     
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    You could make an ISO image of the disk. This would allow you to then write the image to a new, blank disk, should the original one become damaged. quality will be the same. Saves having lots of duplicate disks lying around, so long as you have enough HDD storage to accomodate the ISO files. The question has already been answered, so it's just an additional option.
     
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    Yeap, I've done it before
     
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