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I recently decide to move from rebook CDP to digital but encountered some difficulties so I need some help here. I have some really good quality CDs that have no problem to play in my Meridain G08 before, but after I ripping them using an Apple Super Drive with new MacBook Pro via iTurne to Apple loss less format, the songs become very jittery, I mean with some hiccup that sounded almost like my CDs were all scratched-up especially toward the end of the CD. What did I do wrong? Wrong software or hardware? Please help, thanks.

post #2 of 6

I've had good results using XLD, instead of iTunes...

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Originally Posted by winegeek View Post
 

I've had good results using XLD, instead of iTunes...

So it is my software issue?

post #4 of 6

Where do you find XLD though, I've looked at their webpage and I can't figure out which file should I download.

post #5 of 6

There's a setting in iTunes to "Use error correction when reading Audio CDs" under Import Settings. This may help with the issue you're having. It says you should:

 use this option if you experience problems with the audio quality from Audio CDs.

If you haven't already tried this, I'd give it a shot.

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Originally Posted by Lamb-Audio View Post
 

There's a setting in iTunes to "Use error correction when reading Audio CDs" under Import Settings. This may help with the issue you're having. It says you should:

If you haven't already tried this, I'd give it a shot.

I already did this, it only helped a little bit but the problems are still there.

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