As I wrote above, I just did some test mp3 rips with the LG and those titles were perfectly ripped ... no distortion, "jitter" or what its called, cracks or pauses, cut off and so on. Just the audio and when ripped to wav several times, binary identical, exactly how I expect it from a reader.
Have to look into that zero offset reading/writing stuff, sounds interesting, esp if few drives do it! But as ripping to mp3/flac is my main focus, I think it is nice to know the drive can do it and keep it in mind
Is there some web page one get more info? And what interesting is in the Lead-In? As long as I can get ISRC subindices and stuff I am quite satisfied.
Thanx in advance for advice.
Hm... Feurio ... was my favorite audio burn program back then. Does it still exist? Somehow I stopped writing/copying audio cds sometime. Think as I now own more than 600 original CDs and only need the new ones of the bands I love, there is not much music I need to copy. Feurio was great for creating samplers for car or so, with index 0 and 1 for skipping intros - but mp3s took over at all for me.