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Thread: Does the Read/Write Quality of a CD Burner Go Down After Too Much Use?

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    Question Does the Read/Write Quality of a CD Burner Go Down After Too Much Use?

    I have ripped and burned thousands of CDs and DVDs (5000+) using my little Lite-On Super AllWrite burner. It still seems to rip & write great, but I am wondering if should replace it any way? Does the quality of the reading and/or writing go down after so much use? I don't have time to listen to everything I rip and write, and I am wondering if the quality might be going down and I just dont know about it. Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Does the Read/Write Quality of a CD Burner Go Down After Too Much Use?

    It would be obvious as the rips would fail accuraterip check consistently.

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