No I don't. Remember that the upgrades you mention are upgrades which can positively affect playback in the *analog* domain or perhaps during the D to A process. But a D to D copy is simply not an audio event.
As a silly example, imagine you had a magnifying glass and a device which allowed you to burn a cd one bit at a time. You decide to copy a certain cd by reading one bit from the original and then burning that same bit on the new cd. Do you think that eating steak and eggs for breakfast (beefing up power)/eating breakfast slowly (regulating power)/eating egg beaters (filtering power) will affect the quality of the copy you are making?