Date: Fri, 10 May 2002 00:39:15 GMT
From: "Doney" <>
Subject: Re: NG900 Clarion changer

Since it happens on all CDs (not just CDRs) it must be the player. I have observed my CDC-635 behave as Bob mentioned. That is, sometimes it has trouble starting to play a certain track but if you manually advance and return, that track will play. This is different from Andrew's symptoms of every advanced track or the start of every CD missing a half second of music. What's odd is that he has a friend with the same model and the same behavior. So that means 2 defective players? possible but unlikely. Could it be that the switch for horizontal/45 degree/vertical positioning is mis-set? This switch may compensate for laser positioning and account for the offset of half a second of music (just a wild guess on my part)? Dave "andrewunix" <agreenbunopsamnet> wrote in message > Thu, 9 May 2002 10:06:10 +0000 (UTC), musicboxnopsamITE suggested: > : On 7 May 2002 14:49:02 -0600, andrewunix <agreenbunopsamnet> wrote: > : > :>Tue, 7 May 2002 12:17:45 +0000 (UTC), musicboxnopsamITE suggested: > :>:>So, I've noticed that with my Clarion CDC-635 changer, when I advance > :>:>tracks or start a new disc, it always hits about a half second after the > :>:>actual start of the track which, depending on how the disc was mastered, > :>:>can be pretty irritating. Is this behavior inherent to the head unit or > :>:>the changer? Would a different model changer work better? Supposedly the > :>:>new DC-625 is compatible. > :>: > :>: Does this occur with all CD's or only CD-R's? > :> > :>All CDs. A friend has a VW with the same model changer that does the same > :>thing, too. > : > : Well I shall shut up and go away then as it is apparent that my > : professional opinion on the burning systems of both CDR's and CD is > : irrelevant and unwanted. > > I didn't mean to put you off. I'm just frustrated with what seems to have > been an inadequately informed purchase decision on my part, and I have > trouble blaming the CDs when this is the only player in my possession > that seems to struggle with them. > > On the other hand, I couldn't find any information about this issue in a > Google search, so I wondered if it was a common problem. > > Has anybody tried the DC-625 (not CDC)? > > > -- > agreenbu Return to Main Index

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