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Audio CDs sound tinny - 11/17/2001 9:24:59 AM   
nsherin

 

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Wonder if anyone could help here with a quick question:

I've copied numerous audio CDs over the past few months on good quality media (Kodak Gold Ultima and Sony). The drive I use to do this is a Plextor 12/10/32A and Nero 5.5.x.x (have upgraded several times).

When I play back my copies on a NAD C540 CD player, the results always sound a bit 'tinny' compared to the original. Any ideas why, as I don't have any problems when playing them back in my Sony Discman.

I've tried Kodak Audio CD-Rs, but the Plextor doesn't seem to accept them as a form of media to burn to. Does anyone know of either any good CD-R discs to change to for better sound or some tweaks I need to make in software or hardware?

Many thanks in advance,

Neil

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RE: Audio CDs sound tinny - 11/22/2001 5:47:23 PM   
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For information, CDR it not the right media for your real audio CD, even though you can copy to it, but if you want to make a good Audio CD, then you need the DA(Digital Audio)CD which it more expensive than CDR, however with the DA media you can't record it through your CD-R drive from computer, you have to record it through recordable machine.

Good Luck
Xinga


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RE: Audio CDs sound tinny - 11/23/2001 8:37:00 AM   
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I am not sure yet but I think that audiocd's sound better
when they have been recorded with BURN-Proof disabled.
I allways copy to harddisk anyway so I don't really need that feature.
Give it a try maybe it works



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RE: Audio CDs sound tinny - 11/25/2001 5:36:37 PM   
nsherin

 

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Thanks for your replies - as you say, CD-DA discs can't be used in PC CD-RW drives - tried that, but it spat it straight out!

Regarding BURN-Proof being disabled - I'll give that a try when I go home in a couple of weeks.

Thanks again,

Neil


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