Could be better, worse or the same. It all depends upon a myriad of factors relating to your gear, your hearing, the media being burned, the Codec chosen and the playback mechanism. If you can tell a difference in a blind study with 55% accuracy I will buy you a new CD player of your choice:-)
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Go make the very modest software investment in dbpoweramp and eliminate all the worries and warts.... its features and benefits are much better tailored to the audio crowd and are a whole step up in functionality, ease of use, performance, and the end-product deliverable.
Use a burn program made for audio, such as eac or dbPoweramp. Copy and burn at the slowest speed possible. The better Japanese discs work best. Avoid internal drives and all slim drives. Use an external drive such as this https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00C4401UO/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 . Provide vibration isolation for the drive such as these http://herbiesaudiolab.net/compfeet.htm . Use a linear power supply for the drive, or at the least this http://ifi-audio.com/portfolio-view/accessory-dcipurifier/ to clean up the power source. Use a better quality USB cable, as you would for a digital audio system. Block the USB cable 5V Vbus wire at the source end with this https://www.sbooster.com/sbooster-tweaks/sbooster-vbus-isolator or a piece of tape. That should do it.