Is anyone working on a digital box to remove the corrupt encoding?
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I experienced clicks, pops and an occassional (faint) white noise when I burned a Mozart CD. I tried a few different approaches and found when I extract the cd's music files onto the hard drive and burned the cd from the hard drive instead of the actual cd, the pops and cracks and other bits of white noise distortion were eliminated. At the time, I assumed the problem was caused by the technique I was using to burn cd's. It never occurred to me that it may be some form of copy-protection. I know other folks who simply insert the cd into the computer's cd player and burn the copy directly from the cd. I found this process produced an audible inferior copy. I burn my cd's for use in my car's cd player. If my car is ever broken into, I won't lose my original cd's, just the burned copies.