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Re: cd player skips
CD disk bad. (audio disc bad or scratched)
or CD dont really support disk media format , is this a CDDA or MP3
some early MP3 disc drives do MP3 very poorly
or skips when you hit bumps in the road.
only that disc skips.?
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the cd player you own its kinda old and the old laser ones skip on bad terrain movement. you need to change the player with a double laser one cd that has buffer and takes over one another in this situations. i recomment Pioneer and Sony as brands , but any new 2010 car audio systems have this kind of players u can use the usb type now or with the sd card. i know the cd quality doesn't match but hey u got bad roads on ur way simplify :) good luck !
This happened to me with my 2013 Kia Optima SX Turbo with the Microsoft UVO audio system. The CD continued to skip due to several scratches and the system finally gave up and would no longer read any CDs. So I selected System Factory Default from the setup menu screen and that rebooted the UVO computer and realigned the CD laser lens. Keep in mind by rebooting the UVO computer you will lose any previously stored information, but your CD player should be functional again.
hi, the only thing you can try is to go to a computer repair shop and buy a small can of compressed air then using the thing straw provided give the inside of the cd player a couple of blasts with the compressed air through the cd slot this may solve your problem by removing any dust that has built up.
Failing that their isnt much you can do as they are not made to be repaired its just to expensive to repair so replacing it would be your only option if the can of air dont work.
Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
The "read-ahead" memory cache is too short.
Not much you can do, short of replacing the player; however:
Does your CD player support playing MP3's?
Convert your Audio music CD's to MP3.
The same audio music is "smaller" in MP3 format than audio format. More of the song can fit in the memory cache so it is less likely to "run out" of mermory and skip.