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  1. I am planning on archiving my collection of music CDs. It seems that a lossless file format like FLAC is often recommended. It does discard redundant data, though. OTOH, I see that WAV and AIFF file formats maintain all data. What are anyone's recommendations? I'd like to do this once, the best way. It seems to me the most time intensive process is reading the data off the optical CD and that once on a hard drive it would be easy to transcode to some other format if some compressed format or format specific to a player is needed. Thanks for suggestions. WMcD
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