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wmoore

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#17079 10-Nov-2007 19:30
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Hi

Have loaded some CD's onto the ipod. When I play them back some of the tracks audio breaks up. Anyway to fix this ?




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  #94592 10-Nov-2007 19:55
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Did you rip them with iTunes or another program?

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  #94597 10-Nov-2007 20:14
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sbiddle: Did you rip them with iTunes or another program?


with itunes. Also when I play them back on the computer they sound like they do on the ipod.




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  #94614 10-Nov-2007 22:30
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wmoore:
sbiddle: Did you rip them with iTunes or another program?


with itunes. Also when I play them back on the computer they sound like they do on the ipod.


Are these new cds or older ones?

If older ones, perhaps there are scratches?

If newer, check wether 'copy controlled' is printed on the sleeve, if so then the tracks will skip if ripped and maybe also skip
in your PC.



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  #94618 10-Nov-2007 23:17
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ZollyMonsta:
wmoore:
sbiddle: Did you rip them with iTunes or another program?


with itunes. Also when I play them back on the computer they sound like they do on the ipod.


Are these new cds or older ones?

If older ones, perhaps there are scratches?

If newer, check wether 'copy controlled' is printed on the sleeve, if so then the tracks will skip if ripped and maybe also skip
in your PC.


Mostly older ones..maybe I need to give them a good clean.




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  #94621 10-Nov-2007 23:26
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re-rip them. It isn't a problem with the nano if your computer does it too. Also, what settings are you using? Hopefully more than 128k mp3? :P

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