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Stuttering audio in ripped games!

Discussion in 'Saturn' started by Funkstar De Luxe, Feb 14, 2002.

  1. Funkstar De Luxe

    Funkstar De Luxe New Member

    Hey guys! i've got a bit of a problem here, when I'm playing a burned game the Sound fx seem to stutter and degrade. This isn't the audio tracks streamed from the CD but the actual audio contained in the games (eg In 'Street Fighter Vs. X-men' the announcer says "This is Street Fighter Vs. Vs. s. *SHCRRRR* X-men) Also When I try to select a character on the selection screen, if I run the selection box through lots of characters quickly the audio seems to corrupt! Please help me, I don't know what to do! Thanks

    (Edited by Funkstar De Luxe at 5:41 pm on Feb. 14, 2002)
     
  2. mal

    mal Member

    It sounds like a 50Hz/60Hz issue.

    If it is, the only way to fix it is by doing the 60Hz mod to your Euro Saturn.

    If it's not, it could be bad game rips or bad burns.
     
  3. Funkstar De Luxe

    Funkstar De Luxe New Member

    I'm sure it's not a bad rip, the game works completely fine 'cept for the sound :( Would the 50/60Hz thing affect it? Cause isn't that the screen refresh rate (wouldn't apply to sound)?
     
  4. mal

    mal Member

    Some games sync audio with the video and if the game is running 17.5% slower (NTSC on PAL), that could mess things up.
     
  5. Funkstar De Luxe

    Funkstar De Luxe New Member

    :( Is the 50/60Hz mod the only way to fix it?
     
  6. ShinJedah

    ShinJedah New Member

    I've got an original Xmen VS SF.Same problem.You have got a PAL Saturn.Some Japanese games have sound & graphic problems when they are played on PAL Saturn systems.Xmen VS Street Fighter has the Sound issue.Vampire Savior has a couple sound problems too but they aren't that bad(It just sounds like a faulty arcade board,wich makes it kinda cool too).Marvel VS SF can't be played.You have graphical errors to the max,but no sound glitches...or Terradiver that has those Letter errors.All the same problem.You have to do a 50/60 Hz fix to your PAL Saturn.
     
  7. Funkstar De Luxe

    Funkstar De Luxe New Member

    That's a shame :( Thanks a lot for your helpful replys though. They are much appreciated.

    (Edited by Funkstar De Luxe at 10:23 am on Feb. 16, 2002)
     
  8. mal

    mal Member

    I'd always wondered if I had a bad rip.

    Now I know. :)
     

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