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Tracks skipping on centre

I transferred an album via pc to wacs700. When I play it the tracks just skip as if the files are empty but they play fine using wacdmm on pc

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This can happen if there is data contained in the file that the player does not "understand". Things such as bit rate, text type and images that are embedded into the muci file all make a difference. Read the manual to see the recomended settings for ripping

Posted on Nov 15, 2011

Sounds like you have ripped the files at too high a rate - max 192kps on the stations

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Make a note of skipping tracks & check these tracks play ok on the PC - this will rule out corrupted tracks.
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