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Some Songs Play Too Slow

I removed and reloaded my mp3's onto my Nomad Jukebox. After reloading my mp3's, I noticed that some of my songs play too slow. I checked the songs on my computer and they work fine. I have tried the following. Unloaded and reload my music. Performed a clean up. Formated the hard disk and reloaded my music. Still of the songs are playing too slow. To the best of my knowledge, this has not happend before. I would appreciate any workable solution. Thanks.

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This sounds like it may be realted to the "Time Scaling" feature, which is part of the "EAX" settings. Disable EAX and/or the Time Scaling feature and see if this helps.

Posted on Jun 19, 2007

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