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CD ripping & burning speed...

I'm using woody and xcdroast (or cdparanoia & cdrecord) to burn my audio CDs.

Now speaking with (would-be or so-called) "experts" at office of "high
quality audio CD burning" I'm becoming somewhat confused.

A part of them say "the lower the ripping and burning speed the
better" so for both speeds they recommend not to go faster than 4x.

Others say that ripping speed is critical, so the 4x limit should
apply to this phase only.

Finally, the remaing experts say that nowadays there are no
limitations of any kind on speed.

What's your opinion on this subject?


P.S. With the above-mentioned software is it possible to overburn a CD?

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