[QUOTE=GDRIVER;2726277]does audio caching affects audio quality when doing an on-the-fly cd recording? i never use mp3 or any other format because i want the best possible audio quality.[/QUOTE]
For on-the-fly audiocd backups,the audio caching is irrelevant,as you NEVER get the best possible audio quality that way!
The purpose of defeating audio caching is for error detection and correction,which is established by reading and re-reading from the disc,not from the cache.
I’m curious about what program you use for backing up your music cd’s …and which re-reads and does error correction on-the-fly…