Here's one of my posts that's reproduced from a thread that was closed shortly after I posted it:
I've been watching a few of these threads, and I have to say that BriChi seems to be doing some excellent work in trying to track down the source of these problems. Let me just start by saying that I (and apparently the rest of the community) appreciate the effort that BriChi has put in to tracking down the source of these problems, even if Pioneer's development division doesn't.
If you don't mind, I'd just like to get a bit of clarification on a few points, both for the benefit of those of us who own the CDJ 2000 Nexus and for the benefit of Pioneers developers who have the job of trying to fix these things.
- People are saying that AIFF files are unaffected. Can anyone confirm that this is the case? If that true even if master tempo is turned on? Is it true if using hot cues?
- Do people have problems with AAC files?
- Is it just MP3 files that are affected?
- With the MP3 files, are they constant or variable bit rate? Which encoder was used to create the files?
The more information we have, the better, as it may allow those of us with the player to work around the problems and/or help Pioneer narrow down the problems a bit further. I know we shouldn't have to put up with this on ANY players, much less ones that cost as much as these ones do, but if we can boil it down to some really specific details that would probably help.