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    Default Roms with bad sound on emulator; anything i can do?

    Bear with me on this im new. So i got a NespiCase Retroflag emulator recently with tons of games etc., but all of the games have a sound issue where the sound is very muddled and poppy sounding to the point where i cant even play the thing. Its got a microSD card with a bunch of files on it so is there any way i can fix this myself somehow? Any help is appreciated.

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    Default Re: Roms with bad sound on emulator; anything i can do?

    What kind of roms ?

    Mean bad dumps or what?

    Here list:

    [a] Alternate
    [p] Pirate
    [b] Bad Dump
    [t] Trained
    [f] Fixed
    [T] Translation
    [h] Hack
    [x] Bad Checksum
    [o] Overdump
    [!] Verified Good Dump
    (M#) Multilanguage (# of Languages)
    (###) Checksum
    (??k) ROM Size
    ZZZ_ Unclassified
    [C] Color
    (BS) BS ROMs
    [S] Super
    (ST) Sufami Turbo
    [BF] Bung Fix
    (NP) Nintendo Power
    (1) Japan
    (PAL) Euro Version
    (4) USA
    (5) NTSC Only
    (8) PAL Only
    (B) non USA
    [c] Checksum
    (Adam) ADAM Version
    [M] Mono Only
    (PC10) PlayChoice 10
    (1) Japan & Korea
    (4) USA & Brazil NTSC
    (A) Australia
    (J) Japan
    (B) non USA (Gen)
    (K) Korea
    (C) China
    (NL) Netherlands
    (E) Europe
    (PD) Public Domain
    (F) France
    (S) Spain
    (FC) French Canadian
    (SW) Sweden
    (FN) Finland
    (U) USA
    (G) Germany
    (UK) England
    (GR) Greece
    (Unl) Unlicensed
    (HK) Hong Kong
    (Unk) Unknown Country
    (I) Italy
    (-) Unknown Country
    If you have bad dumps there will be error with roms.

    If issue is with reatroarch change core.

    Here all emulators list:
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