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Bumps and skips?
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Beetle
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19 May 2010 - 8.14pm

I own the stereo Box set, and while they're awesome, there seems to be a few skips on some of the songs. I know that there are more, but these are just the first two that come to mind:

On Help!, the song, just 2 seconds in, right before the first "dun, dun, dun" of the guitar.

On Yellow Submarine, (on the Yellow submarine album, not Revolver) at 0:34, right before the chourus. It sounds like he says "Yellow sub-rine.."

 

Anyone elses remasters messed up, or am I just unlucky? And if the former, are there any more?

 

 

(By the way, this would go in this section, right? a-hard-days-night-ringo-4)

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Zig
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19 May 2010 - 8.32pm

I haven't experienced this on the set - the discs may just need to be cleaned slightly.

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19 May 2010 - 8.33pm

I've lost some of my earing ability thanks to earphones, but to be honest, I don't notice those skips… you might want to upload a sound capture to check it.

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15 June 2010 - 2.04am

I own all of them, and a problem has yet to accure, I bought them idevidually, if that matters. See about returning them, if you can.

 

Good luck. 😉

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vonbontee
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15 June 2010 - 7.32am

This happened to me too! But only on "Abbey Road" and one or two others, and, mysteriously, only when I tried to play 'em on my computer for the very first time. I'd insert the disc, first track skips uncontrollably. I hit the eject, re-insert the disc, and it'd play fine. Weird…

(Note that I don't own the box, just RS/R/SPLHCB/MMT/AR individually. And further note that this skipping didn't occur with any other CDs I bought around the same time, just those 2-3 remasters, so I'm pretty sure it's not my CD-rom drive that was at fault.)

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15 June 2010 - 8.31am

Does it still skip if you import the songs onto your computer and play the songs from there?

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vonbontee
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15 June 2010 - 9.34am

It only skipped the very first time I put it in. I immediately ejected it and re-inserted it, and it played fine. And it's been fine ever since. Go figure...

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