Easy solution to by-pass latest CD audio protections

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#1

I just posted the article Easy solution to by-pass latest CD audio protections.

softwareguy (via our Audio Forum), inssane, sguilly and Digital_Gangsta all used our newssubmit to tell us about a very simple but effective trick to by-pass the latest audio protections (CDS,…

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#2

This is rather old! It works with some audio protections. But I would only try this as the last solution. P.S.: Chip is a crappy mag.


#3

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#4

The best way to beat audio CD copy protection is to BOYCOTT THE RIAA.


#5

This is a relatively old trick. But yes, it works.


#6

the best trick is to leave the CD in store, download it from the internet and thus make a statement to the record companies that we don’t buy crappy “copy protected” CD’s


#7

I didn’t try one of the tricks mentioned above, but I can tell you about one trick that will work: Get yourself a Plextor PX-40TS SCSI CD-ROM drive!


#8

…or lite-on :wink:


#9

Why didn’t anybody think of a whiteboard marker? If it doesn’t work, or when you’re done you just wipe it off the cd again… simple :slight_smile:


#10

tried copy and pasting article about marker into babelfish-couldn’t. Is there another way to translate article? dont spreckenseduetsch!