[QUOTE=AllanDeGroot;2234224]I personally prefer seperate wav files for each song plus a cue file
it allows me to make compressed versions of each wav from a single rip operation.[/QUOTE]
I do rip each song separate unless its a mixed album. Basically there will be a flac version of my music on my pc and a 1:1 copy for use in my stereo or in the car
[QUOTE=t0nee1;2234210]I’m guessing secure/accurate ripping [I]is[/I] important to you, else you would not be using EAC…Another good one is dbpoweramp…
FWIW, if the ripping/encoding to FLAC (lossless), goes smoothly, then you’ve got your 1:1 backup…Decode your flac file back to wav, and you have an identical file as the original…[/QUOTE]
Used dbpoweramp in the past when I was ripping to MP3 but then they change it to so you needed to pay for the license so I un-installed the program and started using EAC, now I’m re-ripping but to Flac instead.
Not to sound rude to anyone who has answered but I know what I doing with ripping the audio cds and I know Flac back to wav is identical, I think my question kinda got over looked, all I was really after was knowing whether you guys thought using the image+cue option (wav one) produced the same as creating an iso image with imgburn and then burning.