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Max Fleischer's Superman 1941-1942


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#1 of 3 Spottedfeather

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Posted January 25 2013 - 02:53 PM

I just got this set and on some of the episodes, at least in the beginning of some of the episodes, there is a crackle or pop that appears to go in time with the beat of the audio. I can get rid of it, or make it mostly not that noticeable if I use the Mono or Direct mode on my receiver. I haven't tried it on my stereo setup yet. Has anyone else noticed this audio glitch and if it's on the cartoons that are on the ultimate Superman collection from a few years ago ?

#2 of 3 DeWilson

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Posted January 25 2013 - 07:51 PM

I just got this set and on some of the episodes, at least in the beginning of some of the episodes, there is a crackle or pop that appears to go in time with the beat of the audio. I can get rid of it, or make it mostly not that noticeable if I use the Mono or Direct mode on my receiver. I haven't tried it on my stereo setup yet. Has anyone else noticed this audio glitch and if it's on the cartoons that are on the ultimate Superman collection from a few years ago ?

Is this the Warner's release?

#3 of 3 Spottedfeather

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Posted January 26 2013 - 06:04 PM

Yeah. It's from 2009, I think.




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