Originally posted by BlackWolf
It's my experience that writers can write audio disc much faster than the reader can reliably read them, thus causing buffer underruns.
And with Feurio there are even more reasons if your ripping drive reports C2 errors.
In this case, Feurio will report if there are C2 errors after ripping, and you can stop the process and rip again at slower speed or use EAC to try to "correct" them.
If you burn on the fly you'll know the number of ripping errors after you burned the disc.
Anyway, this database linking option is not only for "on the fly" copying but also for "image" copying (like the CD-Copy option in Nero).