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Started by Phil Meloy28 Jan Posted 28 Jan edited. My CD player has all of a sudden started to skip.
By Steve May T For marrying vinyl-like sound quality with easily portable convenience, compact disc remains pretty hard to beat, even in these days of hi-res streaming. Practically every album ever is available on it, you can easily rip it for home streaming and on-the-go listening and the discs are, if not indestructible, at least easier to care for than vinyl.
The best of us have experienced it at least once or twice in the past. Speakers have been perfectly placed ; all the cables have been meticulously connected ; each piece of equipment has been switched on. You hit play on the audio source.
Just curious why this is? A while back i had some Sony CD-Rs i was burning music onto and some would play in my truck CD player, then some wouldn't. So i switched to Memorex, burned a bunch of CDs and they played fine in my truck.
Log in or Sign up. Steve Hoffman Music Forums. Location: New Brunswick, Canada. Beautiful machine, simple controls.
And my only thought was. Nostalgia, coupled with willful ignorance Sometimes, buying used or discontinued products is a great way to save money on high performance audio.
Fisher makes a line of home stereos that are noted for their sleek, compact designs. Most of the company's models are designed for compact spaces or office use. Some can be connected to other audio-video equipment for home theater applications, and others are stand-alone stereos. Whichever model you own, if something ever goes wrong you want to get back to your music as quickly as possible and spare a trip to the repair shop.