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Cd stereo system adjustment for sensitivity

Cd track jumps with volume and bass ?

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May seem obvious but the higher the base/volume the more vibration to interfere with the player.. if you can move the speakers farther away from the player or if you can't do that try to minimise vibration by maybe putting a piece of material under it

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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