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Software for checking the quality of scratched CDs

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I want to sell some CDs I no longer want in my collection. However, I used them a lot and they got scratched over time. How do I check if they play without skipping or any losses without actually listening to them one by one?

 

Do you know of any software that could check the CDs for me?

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You can rip them with an Accuraterip compatible software and they will compare checksums.

 

I haven't done this myself, but here is a link to figure it out. Mainly one of those softwares will compare your checksum of a rip to the database and retrieve info about it. As ripping can be done at high speed you wouldn't have to listen to them.

 

http://www.accuraterip.com/software.htm

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