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By metrains ·
i have an acer burner. #crw-2410a. i have used several burner programs with the same results. the burned disc will play on my computer, but not on any other cd player,i.e. home-car systems. what the heck am i **** wrong? thanx joe

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by TheChas In reply to burner help

First, are you using CD-R or CD-RW disks?
Most audio players cannot handle CD-RW disks.

Are you recording audio tracks from CDs? Or, MP3s?
Again, most audio players cannot handle MP3 files.
You need to "rip" MP3 files into wave files in orderto record them so thatyou can play them on a standard audio player.

Are you recording in a "DATA" or Music" session?
If you are in a data session, the file table may be incompatable with your audio players.

We have used Adaptec / Roxio 3.x, 4and 5 with no problems as long as we adhere to the above guidelines:
CD-R blank
Audio files
Audio recording session

Chas

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by TheChas In reply to burner help

Another thought;
See if you can get ahold of some true 74 minute (650MB) CD-R blanks.
It is possible that the laser in your audio players cannot deal with the narrower track spacing on an 80 minute (700MB) CD.

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by metrains In reply to burner help

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by Pinoy_Teknik In reply to burner help

I think you make a data CD for your Audio files then your going to be read it in a car audio system which is not recognized by that player, try to make it a Audio CD, This option is mostly ask by the burner, what kind of CD do you want to create? Audio CD, DataCD, AudioDAta CD, etc..

In creating this, the music file should be a .wav file, not MP3..

Is used Music Match as a Mp3 to Wav converter..

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by 1stladytech In reply to burner help

Another trick passed on to me by a studio owner, is to burn music cd's at the lowest possible speed, preferrable not over 2x. The laser heads in many home-car systems aren't as strong as the ones in the computer. Slower burn speed produce stronger tracks. Make sure that the software is also closing the disks, not just the sessions.

Good Luck,

Vickie

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by dave22 In reply to burner help

Be sure to close the CD. If you have all the songs ready at initial burn time choose disk at once.

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