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TDKY
Posted: July 10th, 2008, 9:29am Report to Moderator
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I have an approximately 5 years old PlexWriter 48/24/48A. It's fine with pics saved on CDs, it's fine with programmes based on CDs, but I'm getting distortion on Audio - ranging from a quiet background popping to a virtual echo in places.
Following Ray's recent tip I've cleaned the lens - many times - and it did perform correctly once, failing again on the same CD.
Should I persevere with the cleaning?
Is there any other possible cause?
Should I just use it for what it can do?  I do have a DVD recorder alternative.[b][/b]
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Posted: July 10th, 2008, 11:42am Report to Moderator
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   I would think that it is the program playing the files and not the CDs themselves.
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TDKY
Posted: July 10th, 2008, 2:33pm Report to Moderator
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Ray,

Thanks for the reply.
The CD I've been using for checking gives identical results in both Windows Media Player and iTunes.
The original files, which I recorded onto the CD, are still on Hard Disk; they play perfectly in either program.
The CD also plays perfectly, in either program, using my DVD Recorder.
Other Audio CDs also give the same problem on the PlexWriter.
I've cleaned the lens (Isopropyl alcohol) at least half a dozen times over the last week and, as stated before, one track did play OK before failing again.
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