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    cds are hot after use???????

    i have an alpine sd player and the cds are always very hot after im done playing tehm, even if its only for a little while it seems like. is this bad??







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    no i dont think so all the cd players i have had do the same, but it think its kinda cool, ima looser but i do



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    it is from the internal amp of the cd player. I can get very hot




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    That makes sense. My cd's used to get hot in my 7873, but in my new 7995 (no internal amp) they don't.



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    is it bad for the cds? and are normal cds better than burned cds? like as far as the way the cd player takes it




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    no Its not bad for the cd's, and as far as burned cd's I really dont care for them bcause they dont sound as good to me but a lot of that depends on how good the burner is and I dont own one, probably never will, I have a lot of friends with burnt cd's and theirs have to much distortion for me at high volume, it is all normal as to my experiences and you should not have anything to worry about




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    Originally posted by phoneman
    it is from the internal amp of the cd player. I can get very hot
    I'm sure you can, but what does that have to do with cd's?




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    lol




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    Er, if you burn a cd directly from the original music cd (you would need a cdr and a cd rom) at a slow burn rate, you can perfectly clone the cd image. Most of my cd's are cdr's, and my system hits without any distortion.



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    I burn all my cd's at 16x and all my songs are 192k to 320k, I can't tell a difference and neither can anyone I know.



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    is it better that your cd player has an internal amp?




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    only If you are going to use it




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    I have an alpine 7977(no internal amp) and the cds are pretty hot when I take them out.




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