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Once USB Plays You Hear "Clickings"/Ticks

Hey!

Everytime I'm Listening To Music In My Eclipse CD7100 Through USB
You Hear "Clicking" Noises Coming From The Front Speakers...

I Tried To Get A Solution From Eclipse Ten Company Only To Hear
That It's Unsolveable... And I Should Only Play MP3/WMA With 320Kbps
Tried That, Still Noisy!

Does Anyone Have A Solution?!?!

Thanks!

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  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2008

    I have the exact same problem. I tried different USB's and different bit rates but no solution as of yet. Driving me crazy.

  • ag303 Mar 27, 2009

    Yep, You 2 are not alone. . I was aware of this right away. I bought brand new when it was just released, and heard the noise when playing mp3's off the usb out. Same thing, called and they had not had a fix and they sounded like I was the first one calling with such a question. I figured someone else might experience same issue. and now it has been confirmed. . Good luck. Post a fix if anyone finds one. . Other than that! the Deck is Awesome!!!

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