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scotty_ute

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I know everyone probably always gets this question, but i just recently bought a 04 vy series 2 ute, and im thinkin bout getting a new sound system, but dont wanna change the headunit. but even now while everything is stock, when i play "burnt" cd's it sounds like ****, will that change once i get new speakers (splits) or would that be coming from the headunit, i dont wanna change the headunit but all suggestions are more than welcome
 

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if it's only crud on burnt discs, it's more than likely the audio quality on the burnt discs themselves.
IE: low bitrate mp3/wma, or or dodgy rip...
are what format are the discs burnt as, and are they transcoded?
 

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but you can try getting Amp pre outs and thus connect a amp to your speakers....
 

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CD's being a digital medium work in the "ON/OFF", they is either audio or not. The poor quality is, as Coast_Calais says, due to the encoding on the burnt CD. Anything below 128kbps will sound terrible, even itunes uses 192 as default.

The h/u and speakers will not change this.
 
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