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Why do my recorded audio CDs hiss and pop?

Why do my recorded audio CDs hiss and pop?

This is caused primarily by the source drive used to extract the audio tracks for burning. Many older CD-ROM drives were not designed to perform the audio extraction technique required by today's CD and DVD recorders at a fast enough speed. Errors normally not audible in the source content often surface during this process. To test and verify the issue, use your recorder as both the source and the destination drive for an audio CD burn. On the resulting disc, the audio quality should be corrected. If this resolves the issue, you may continue to use the recorder as your source drive, or you may wish to investigate a new CD-ROM for your computer, capable of faster audio extraction.


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