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FLAC to CD and back again

Discussion in 'Audio' started by SecularDivinity, Aug 5, 2011.

  1. SecularDivinity

    SecularDivinity Member

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    I could not find this anywhere else. So, here goes:

    I had burned an Audio CD (cd-r) using FLAC source files. Since that time, I lost the original FLAC files.

    My question is: If I rip the Audio CD originally made from FLAC files back to FLAC again, do I lose any quality?

    Thanks!
     
  2. scorpNZ

    scorpNZ Active member

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    Supposed to be losseless or whatever no different than png so transfer won't lose quality unless the discs you've used are poor quality where you may get a read error,if you have the original source cd's it won't matter,if you downloaded the flac do you really want to do it again,in the end if you can't hear quality loss it won't matter,certainly won't when you get older

    edit:ps i have original cd's i created flac from i also created mp3's with those same cd's i can't tell the diff between the mp3's or the flac
     
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