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Cds sound muffled

I have some meditaion cds that sound not clear, can this be fixed>

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  • taiana44 Aug 19, 2008

    Basically it is a meditation cd- you hear a woman speak but thher is a backround noise as if it was recorded while driving or something. i tried to test it in my stereo but it wont play only plays in my mac.

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Does this happen with this CD in a different player? Do different CD'S sound the say when played in this player? Can you take the CD player and connect it to a different stereo? This will tel you if you have an issue with the CD player or the amp and speakers.

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