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Old 01-25-2007, 02:07 PM   #1
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My stock cd player skips every now and again with MEMOREX cdrs...is this normal for all these GM stock cd players?

The cd player plays all my regular cds just fine.
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My 95 and 97 stock never skipped a beat on any CDRS. Truck is an 00 and never skips either.

Try burning at a slower rate of speed .
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...you may also want to check to make sure then when you are burning the disc, you have disc-at-once selected, so it finallizes the recording. Some CD players are pickier than others about this.
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try a different brand and slower write rate
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My roomate'* GTP'* cd player works fine with the media but its a slightly different cd player than the ssei. I'm going to pick up some different media and try everything else suggested
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many cd players can be sketchy depending on the brand of media and the burn rate...
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I agree with Blackice and Boosty on this one. Slower rate and Disc-at-once
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