You don't need the LAME encoder if you are just copying cd to cd. LAME is used for encoding to MP3 files.
You have selected the reading speed 4x on the Drive Options Offset/Speed tab, and I suggest you choose either "Actual" or 32x.
I was referring to the "Use read offset sample correction" which should be set to +48. On the Drive Options Writer tab you should enter +18 as the Write samples offset.
If you don't set these offset options, your Audio CD copies will still be at least as good as with any other copying software (except PlexTools on a Plextor drive).
Also on the Drive Options Extraction Method tab, you should either let EAC detect your drives read features, or just enable "Secure" mode with "Drive caches audio data" disabled and with "Drive is capable of retrieving C2 error information" enabled.
CRC tests can be used to test whether audio tracks, that you have already copied, can be read again with the same result. If the Read CRC and Test CRC values match, it is almost certain that the track was copied correctly. You can also use this to verify that the copy is identical to the original.