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Re: File format cd:s?

Subject: Re: File format cd:s?
Date: Fri, 17 Feb 2006 08:19:03 EST
Strangely, the first CD player I ever bought (Technics SL-P220 from the
mid-80s) plays all my CDRs just fine. But many newer machines choke.

I agree with Dan, I have yet to see a standalone CD player that plays .WAV=


Dan, Mitsui still sells CDR blanks that are "digital audio" capable, that i=
they have whatever extra code on them that makes them useable in consumer
real-time CD recorders (those recorders won't recognize typical CDR blanks)=
Since these machines are by their nature 1x recorders, I would assume that =
discs are still safe for slow speed 1x, 2x, and 4x computer burns as well. =
that not a good assumption? I too produce CDRs for dance troupes, and those=

blanks have been among the most dependable in playing in the variety of pla=
the dance troupes encounter.


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