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It might, but only if that happens because of dirt (or perhaps because your speakers are out of sinc with your equipment or each other.) I don't have enough technical knowledge to give a better answer.
By M. Cairns-Irven on 18 March 2015
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I had the same problem but after the Allsop I have had no further problems - it pays to use a more expensive product.
By Mr Mott on 22 January 2016
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I bought this to sort out my 25 year old CD player which would not play 90% of my collection. It did the trick.
By Jon Greville on 11 October 2016
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I haven't tried it in the car but I had to do it 3 times to clean my Bose CD player not sure if it has been 100percent successful
By Wendy Rivett on 19 April 2015
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It sounds like a driver/software issue rather than a dirty lens. So I wouldn't expect this cleaner CD to work. Try your dvd on a friends system.
I purchased this for the dvd in my car which operates the sat nav. It was giving intermittent lock ups so thought it worth a try. Turned out to be a faulty computer board … see more
It sounds like a driver/software issue rather than a dirty lens. So I wouldn't expect this cleaner CD to work. Try your dvd on a friends system.
I purchased this for the dvd in my car which operates the sat nav. It was giving intermittent lock ups so thought it worth a try. Turned out to be a faulty computer board £800! see less
It sounds like a driver/software issue rather than a dirty lens. So I wouldn't expect this cleaner CD to work. Try your dvd on a friends system.
I purchased this for the dvd in my car which operates the sat nav. It was giving intermittent lock ups so thought it worth a try. Turned out to be a faulty computer board £800!

By Anne Beeston on 19 February 2014
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Thanks that's great. As my player has five disc draws do you think I will need to clean everyone? any advice would be most welcome. Thank you
By Ms. K. L. Johnson on 14 September 2017
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I am not familiar with CDJs but I think the answer is that if your CDJ use a conventional tray-loading CD Player then the answer is 'yes'. The Allsop does not appear to be suitable for slot-loading machines. I should warn you, however, that persistent skipping or skipping which arises after several plays of a disc may … see more I am not familiar with CDJs but I think the answer is that if your CDJ use a conventional tray-loading CD Player then the answer is 'yes'. The Allsop does not appear to be suitable for slot-loading machines. I should warn you, however, that persistent skipping or skipping which arises after several plays of a disc may indicate something amiss with either type of disc or laser-power adjustment. see less I am not familiar with CDJs but I think the answer is that if your CDJ use a conventional tray-loading CD Player then the answer is 'yes'. The Allsop does not appear to be suitable for slot-loading machines. I should warn you, however, that persistent skipping or skipping which arises after several plays of a disc may indicate something amiss with either type of disc or laser-power adjustment.
By Mr. Pw Neville on 17 February 2014
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It should make no difference whether the player is free standing, or built in. They work the same way. You'll need to make sure you Have your remote control, or have access to a "skip track" button on the player, as the cleaning process requires you to go to particular tracks when required by the audio commentary.
By dands on 30 April 2017
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I bought this disc as a lot of my CDs were skipping. Turned out that there was nothing wrong with the CDs but the CD player (Denon) was faulty. It was repaired under guarantee (by Richer Sounds) and I've had no problems since. Could it be that you are having the same problem? Sorry, can't be any more helpful than that.
By Trisha on 04 December 2014
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perhaps it is worth a try.....it might be dust etc on the lens which is preventing it from reading the disc
By Jenny on 27 June 2017