Data sectors have loads of error correction stuff built in, Audio (CDDA) sectors don't.
ImgBurn just asks the drive to read the sectors and return what it reads. As I said before, if your drive reports an error, you'll know about it. If it doesn't, you won't.
EAC, as a dedicated audio cd ripping tool, goes way beyond that.
If you want accurate audio cd rips, stick with EAC. The clue is in the name.
That's not to say that the data your drive returns to ImgBurn is useless. I very much doubt you'd be able to tell any difference.
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