ClickRepair isn't a noise filtering program; it repairs, isolate and selects only those files that meet certain criteria. For recorded music in relatively good condition, this suggests that nearly 99.9% of the recorded music is still in pretty good shape. If the original source material is anLP record in excellent condition, then it's very likely that the remaining portion of the music sounds better than, or at least just as good as, a typical CD.
One of the main benefits of using ClickRepair, when compared to other similar programs, is the emphasis on musical values in its scanning and repair operations. Many other programs (both paid and free) focus mainly on detecting damaged CD text and trying to fix it. While these tools can do a reasonably decent job, there are times (and places) where the problem is beyond simple text-reading. Some problems can be related to physical scratches or damaged circuitry, which are impossible to see with the naked eye, and must be repaired by an expert. ClickRepair's scanning and repair capabilities go beyond simply reading and repairing damaged CD text and track titles - it goes out of its way to identify and repair any potential problems with the original musical content as well.
While this feature is appreciated by most customers, especially those with mac compatible formats, not all consumers can readily translate their music files for ClickRevealed clients. This is where Kagi comes in handy. ClickRepair offers an online interface that allows users with a mac compatible computer to submit their music for repair using their ClickRecover CD Images. From there, the process is as simple as uploading the images, clicking "repair" and waiting for the software to complete the repair. Even those who have access to specialized CD burning software can benefit from this simple process - adding ClickRevealed to your "loaders" list should allow you to burn ClickBank music and sound files in just a few minutes.