Question about Archos 705 WiFi Digital Media Player
I HAVE COPIED MUSIC FROM MY MINIDISC VIA THE PC, RECORDINGS ARE PERFECT BUT WHEN I LOAD THEM TO MY ARCHOS I HAVE A CLICK AT THE BEGINING OF THE TRACK BUT IT DOESN'T HAPPEN EVERY TIME, AS I AM A ENTERTAINER I CANT HAVE CLICKS ON THE TRACKS, WHAT COULD BE CAUSING IT, THIS DOESN'T HAPPEN ON PRE RECORDED TRACKS. HELP PLEASE
Things are this simple: home CD players are designed to play discs displaying the Compact Disc Digital Audio logo. This one provides to the user the guarantee that the disc fits perfectly the CD technology born twenty years ago.
Your copy control stuff leads you to make CDs that don't conform to this basic rule.
Of course, most CD players are able to read your discs. But don't tell us you don't know that your technology does affect the listening result. You have put some reading errors in between the audio signal onto the disc for computers Cd Rom players. But Hi-Fi players don't ignore those errors: they usually turn them into audio 'clicks' which you can perfectly hear through the music.
And what should I say about your logo and legal mentions accompanying it? They take so much space on the front and back sleeves of CDs that, so as to include them, you sometimes have to upset the original musical informations and re-design the artwork!
It reminds me of those warning words onto cigarettes boxes.
Don't you think that these measures you are carrying out should, one day or another, disappear so we can find again the CD as it was before all those internet issues ?
You don't have the solution to the internet piracy.
Don't you think you should begin working on it in the proper way ?
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
Try using a different disc, like +R or -R, this may change this. Also depending on how many layers it has to.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
What you should do is try to convert the tracks to another format right on your PC before transferring them to your Archos. This way you have control over any glitches that may tend to follow from the minidisc to PC to your Archos. Just juggle around with the audio formats you are familiar with and make the final one you format to is compatible with your final receiving device - Archos. That should do it.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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