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RE: If 10% of my CDs skipped, I'd get a new player,

"Out of thousands of albums streamed from my computer, I can't recall the last time I've had a 'glitch' on a track."

I'd be shocked if you ever get one..... Music played off a computer hard drive should never "skip".... It's far more robust than any CD player, reading data off a hard drive or SSD. By several orders of magnitude. (If computer data off the hard drive had a read-error rate of a CD player, it would rarely make it past boot-up.)

But I personally prefer the sound of a good dedicated CD player over any computer-based audio. And by a wide margin. To where the rare skipping is a non-issue with me.

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