Question about NEC ND-6500A DVD±RW Dual Layer Burner

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Burning problem Each time I record music on to disc the first three tracks are fine, then the next three or four crackle and skip. After this the tracks are fine again. I thought it was faulty, cheap discs but I have purchased several brands and the problem remains. I use Nero, Windows Media Playerburn and Winamp burn, all with the same result. In the past I have also used Roxio, again the same result. I don't seem to have this problem burning dvd at all. Is the problem the software or the hardware?

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  • telguitar Feb 17, 2008

    Thanks. I tried at slower speed (8x) but no difference. The same problem occurs when playing in car cd player and in home cd player. However, I have £10 cd/radio that plays all tracks okay and they play fine on the notebook NEC

  • telguitar Feb 17, 2008

    Most 'stuff' is from utorrent, but I copied a disc I bought and got the same result; tracks 4-6 were crackling and skipping.

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Might be bad songs u dl junk from limewire must be least 192 bit rate

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Try burning at a slower speed, like 16x or less. If your burner is a CAV-type, it will burn faster as it moves toward the outside of the disk and can be more prone to errors that way.

Also, have you tried playing the burned disk in another player, and did it show the same symptoms?

Posted on Feb 17, 2008

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    Robert Swanson Feb 17, 2008

    What brand of media have you tried?

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    Robert Swanson Feb 17, 2008

    That's actually incorrect. MP3 encode rates don't matter so much for issues like this. If it sounds good on your pc, and it sounds good in other players, it isn't a bitrate issue. In fact, CD-Audio is only 128kbps, cbr. I'd still suspect an issue with the media being used. You can try slowing the burn down even farther to 4x. If it doesn't get better then, try a more expensive media (Verbatim has worked well in my experience).

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