Yeah, you should be aware that hitting the 'report' button a) does not allow the reporter to explain the issue, b) doesn't allow others to recognise that they have the same issue and c) has no noticeable impact on anything. At least by reporting it here, there is some recognition that there actually IS a problem. Most people who report an issue here have ALSO hit the button, but know it has no effect.
Please do not report audio issues here. It is not helpful to us. Just because you do not see the results, do not mean there isn't one. The other contributors are making their way through and replacing the majority of the audio. It takes time.
When we go to the reports, we can see how many people flagged the audio. We listen to the audio, identify the problem, and then rerecord. We've never been confused about what the problem is. After all, we are all Latin teachers or professors.
This is the system. It only works if people use it properly. Posting audio issues here just makes clutter that we have to delete later.