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  1. I just got the Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band remaster Deluxe 4CD and DVD set. Giles Martin remaster. So, Im getting ready to Rip the 2 channel mix using XLD and was wondering, what is XLD using in the CD database to compare Rip Accuracy to as this just was released? And, I am hoping that it does not detect errors simply because the new remaster is different than whatever version they have in their database. For that matter, this probably applies to any Mofi etc remastering sessions. To accurately assess the rip, does that not depend on a perfect copy in the database to compare to? For a new release, how do I know they actually have it already in said database? and yes...I realize I am exposing my ignorance to the ripping algorithms. Help Thanks
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