I'd be surprised if there is any difference in the sound quality of files ripped with one versus the other, but there are differences in functional capabilities between the two. For example, dBpoweramp can rip to multiple file formats (for example, wav and aiff) and/or multiple locations (for example, to an internal harddrive and to an external harddrive) in one pass. JRiver can't do that. JRiver and dBpoweramp both offer fully functional free trials.
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