My cd recorder(Philips) is only a single tray so I don't have the option of high speed copy. I would think that as long as the discs are capable of being written at 4x it shouldn't affect sound quality at all, at least that is how it works on my computer burner. I haven't done any analog transfers to cd but I have with DAT many times and once you light up the OL or LIMIT light the distortion goes sky high in a hurry. You run out of bits to represent the level and then your nice sinewaves turn into ugly square-waves. It's best to leave yourself at least 3 or4 db just to be on the safe side. You don't want to go to low either or you'll end up with lower resolution because you're not using the full capability of the 16 bits.
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