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Update II....

I finally got a CD-R copy that played all the way through in "shuffle" mode on my finicky player.....

Now this might sound like sacrilege, but the successful disc was burned with Microsoft's Windows Media Player 12 burn software, of all things...... This happened to be a shot in the dark, after failing to get a good disc with the reputable Sound Forge Pro 11 trial.

The "slow" speed setting seemed to burn at 16x, which was what I used with other software. The finished disc was the "quietest" playing in the player, just edging out the one which I used "Burrrn"....

Once again, I now think the absence of "laser noise" during playback is an indicator of how reliable a CD-R recording will play.

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  • Update II.... - Todd Krieger 11:54:46 05/26/17 (0)


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