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    Ripping cdís not correct

    Hello,

    I'm a new forum member, but I've been following it for much longer. Learned a lot from you on the forum, thanks for that! First used the trial version of dbpoweramp, now the paid version. I occasionally experience a problem unfortunately. I usually listen to classical music. Several times I have had an error in the rip, while several times it is in accuraterip. The error is then a small stutter during playback. It is especially good with calm classical music. The last CD with an error is Janine Jansen with 'the four seasons'. Very annoying. Does anyone have any tips? I listen to the music on a Nad m10 with Kef ls50 meta, and the music is on a USB stick in the back of the Nad m10. I am using a new Lenovo laptop with an external DVD drive. Does anyone have any tips? If the CD is in accurate rip it should be good right? If I play the CD in a Marantz CD player I have no problem. So it's not in the CD. Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Ripping cdís not correct

    If you play again, is the stutter in the exact same location? try a different player, try playing the track from your PC to see if the stutter is there.

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    Re: Ripping cdís not correct

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    If you play again, is the stutter in the exact same location? try a different player, try playing the track from your PC to see if the stutter is there.

    Thanks for your comment! If I notice that there is an error, I listen a few times. Every time at the same second. Last week, with an error, also listened to the rip on the laptop with headphones, same place, same error.

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    Re: Ripping cdís not correct

    If accuraterip verified the rip then it is likely this error is in the original, as other people have the exact same error.

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    Re: Ripping cdís not correct

    Quote Originally Posted by Will87 View Post
    If I play the CD in a Marantz CD player I have no problem. So it's not in the CD.
    This statement is not correct. CD players work in a different way. They interpolate audio data if there are problems to produce a seamless playpack as long as possible.


    Dat Ei

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    Re: Ripping cdís not correct

    Quote Originally Posted by Dat Ei View Post
    This statement is not correct. CD players work in a different way. They interpolate audio data if there are problems to produce a seamless playpack as long as possible.


    Dat Ei

    Thanks for message. If I understand correctly if there is an error on the CD then the CD player will fill it up?

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    Re: Ripping cdís not correct

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    If accuraterip verified the rip then it is likely this error is in the original, as other people have the exact same error.
    Thank you. I do not understand this. That's why we use Dbpoweramp, right? To prevent/fix errors? Sorry I'm not much of a computer guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will87 View Post
    Thanks for message. If I understand correctly if there is an error on the CD then the CD player will fill it up?
    Right. If there exist only a few errors, this correction can be inaudible.

    Dat Ei

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    Re: Ripping cdís not correct

    Quote Originally Posted by Dat Ei View Post
    Right. If there exist only a few errors, this correction can be inaudible.

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    Ok, that's a pretty good option on a CD player. Better than a hiccup in the music, very annoying. I'm going to rip it again and see what happens.

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