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    I'm just getting to know my new boss br1600 and I have a couple of questions/ observations

    Does anybody have an idea about why the cd drive is so noisy and also why the hardrive clicks over the speakers in unison with the hdd light

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    Yo falling low and aiming high:

    From what you say, sounds like your unit is screwed up. I once bought a highly touted Tascam dual track tape deck; that sucker made noise every time I pushed a button--ANY FRICKING BUTTON. I concluded that the soldering and/or transisters were from the Klingon empire and I gave the unit to one of my nephews. Every punch of a button screwed up whatever I was doing with "aDDED sounds," the kind of sounds that you do not want.

    Other than a defective unit, all I can is that you have your unit hooked up in a manner that screws up its performance, and that is probably highly unlikely but still possible.

    Hey, Happy Easter,,,,,

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