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TIGERSTYLE87
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TIGERSTYLE87 Oct 11, 5:23am - #297174 
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CD QUESTION

Hey guys, I know this is not a audio related question but I am having difficulty playing CD-Rs on my cd player. The player is compatible with CD-R but I have tried almost every CD-R brand with no luck. Any advice?
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fonz182
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fonz182 Oct 11, 5:39am - #297175 

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perhaps its not compatible? if you normally burn as mp3 files try buring as audio and vice versa
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Sultan
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Sultan Oct 11, 5:43am - #297176 

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try converting your mp3's to wav files...
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yellowgt
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yellowgt Oct 11, 8:11am - #297177 
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On my factort CD player you can paly CD/R or CD/RW
...as long as you have the music in a WAVE format.
MP3 or MP4 or WMA will not work thumbsup
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slidr
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slidr Oct 11, 3:45pm - #297178 

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When you create the CD, do you select the option of closing the CD so that it can be read on most CD players?

Cause if not, then it shouldn't work.

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ragingpaseo
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ragingpaseo Oct 11, 8:04pm - #297179 
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^yup. do fuji cdr, they are the best...
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Haulin_A_Doo Oct 14, 2:07am - #297180 
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You wanna burn a music CD (wav format).
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Doppelganger Oct 14, 8:22pm - #297181 

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1. Make sure you burn an audio CD and finalize it, don't just copy files to a CD.

2. Make sure you're using CD-R, not CD-RW.
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FloydianSlip6 Oct 14, 8:31pm - #297182 

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I burn MP3 audio cd's and it works fine. Just make sure you finalize the CD
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FloydianSlip6
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FloydianSlip6 Oct 14, 8:31pm - #297183 

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^^ that's when I had the stock radio
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