Yes I had that problem on some, it is best play it through sometime like Windows media player, there should be a list on the site, there is on Radio Paradise.
Contrary to most views, can't see CD format ever dying. Indeed, as with vinyl, and with newer formats it'll be less popular... still a great way of gaining a sonic "fix" without the worry of the PC going pear-shaped.
Leema Pulse MKII-S; Naim CD5i MKII; Denon TU-260L MKII; MA RS6 speakers; Pro-ject Xpression 1; loads of different cables...
Formerly known as plastic penguin
I take a ditigal feed from an iPod classic, but when the latest version of iTunes stopped letting me access my iPod, I was glas that I could still play CDs.
After listening to all my music almost exclusively on shuffle, I've started listening to CDs again and enjoying the album experience.
Observe the signature in its natural habitat.
Call me old-fashioned, but I prefer CD where I can have the front & back cover with booklet to see all the information, credits & read the lyrics. Something you can touch & feel just like newspaper
Hi-Fi: Audiolab 8200CD, Audiolab 8200A, ProAc Studio 140 Mk2, Chord Chorus Reference Interconnect, Chord Odyssey Bi-Wire, RA Ref. PK w/ W350i Ag, RA Ref. PK w/ W320i.
HT: Sharp LC-40LE700M, Sony BDP-S790, Wharfedale 9.1 Anniversary, Wharfedale Diamond 9CS, Mordaunt Short Carnival 3 Bi-Pole, Wharfedale Diamond 9SR, Wharfedale SPC10, QED Silver Anniversary XT, Chord SuperShield Powercord.
Some downloads you get all the sleeve and liner notes, you can view on screen or print them off.
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