Hi there. Just picked up the above drive. What a ripper!!! I was expecting the “S” when I bought the drive, didn’t know the K existed. Anyway, first port of call Exact Audio Copy. My old 32123S cached audio, and was horribly slow at secure extractions. My new drive doesn’t (I think), got up to ~42x at the end of the disc!!! Astonishing. It took 1m58s to rip Thievery Corporations new disc…
Damn, are you serious? Well, you can always check it by going to
EAC > Drive Options > Detect Read Features…
Are you sure you selected Secure mode for ripping?
When EAC first set itself up, it repeatedly detected that my drive didn’t cache audio. PLUS, although I am sure that I selected secure mode, it was actually set to burst. Apologies, false alarm
if you read the help/tooltip of eac…it says that “cache-ing” of audio is not advised. Because it could give errors.
Originally posted by damiandimitri
if you read the help/tooltip of eac…it says that “cache-ing” of audio is not advised. Because it could give errors. [/B]
Which is why he is disappointed to make a retraction. He thought the drive did not cache audio, which would make it a great drive with EAC, however his retest showed that it did. In addition he was in burst mode and not secure.
i thought i had read he wanted cache-ing of audio