|Checksums||st5 , shn-md5|
|Disc Counts||2 / 2|
|Source Summary||SBD> DAT> WAV> CDR> WAV> SHN; via darkstar13311|
|Other Sources (comments)
Source: A: Audio Technica... (1) flac16; Schoeps... (0) flac16; Taper: Greg... (0) flac16; Source:... (0) flac16/44.1 Source... (0) flac16/48kHz; taper... (1)
Sector Boundary Error on Disc 2 - Track 1
Or at least I think it is...when I play the cd it pops right before the start of track one. From what I have gathered, this is a sign of a Sector Boundary Error.
|01/05/2004||Martin M. Pedersen||
No, that can't be a sector boundary problem. They can't
occur in the start of a disc.
|01/17/2004||uh_clem||shntool confirms that there are no sector boundary errors on this source|
|01/20/2004||Ryan||So what does it mean if disc two pops at the start up of track one? Can anyone else confirm this pop?|
There are digi-errors at 0:00.03 of d02t01, which can be viewed with any WAV editor or viewer; since this is the beginning of the set before any music, the easiest fix is to cut the first 3 sectors (1764 samples).
There is also a 0.45 sec dropout at 6:08 of LLR (d01t10); I don't know if it exists in the other DSBD.