As I listened to one of the many (ALL CD:s now in system) albums I have ripped to the "FLAC" format it just sounded like crap.
Something like in the old vinyl days when the pickup did not quite make it into the grooves of the record. Lots of hissing and cracking noises.
Initial thought was something wrong with player, receiver or speakers. No other music played fine.
Listened to same track on computer - same terrible noise.
I ripped the same CD again with same software (winAmp) and now it sounds good again.
Is this something that others have come across? Could the reason be that I pushed my poor pc too hard by ripping so many albums without restarting it?
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Thread: Corrupt Flac
2012-04-04, 23:30 #1
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- Mar 2012
- Hamneda - Sweden
Corrupt FlacSqueezebox Duet Yamaha 5.1 Rcvr Dali Zensor 7 + Zensor Vokal, Squeezebox Radio, (2nd) Squeezebox Duet Technics Rcvr B&O S45 Speakers. WD MyBookLive 1tb NAS.
2012-04-05, 04:28 #2
Home: VortexBox 4TB (2.3) > LMS 7.8 > Transporter, Touch, Boom, Radio (all ethernet)
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- May 2008
- United States
Cottage: VBA 3TB (2.3) > LMS 7.8 > Touch > Benchmark DAC I, Boom, Radio w/Battery (all ethernet except Radio)
Office: Win7(64) > LMS 7.9 > Squeezelite
Spares: Touch(3), Radio(3), Boom, SB3, CONTROLLER
Controllers: iPhone6 & iPadAir2 (iPeng8 & Squeezepad), CONTROLLER, or SqueezePlay 7.8 on Win7(64) laptop
Files: ripping: dbpoweramp > FLAC; post-rip: mp3tag, PerfectTunes; Streaming: Spotify
2012-04-05, 07:05 #3MrSinatraGuest
i love winamp, but i don't use it for ripping. instead use EAC (free) or dbpoweramp.