Old 07-12-2005   #1
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Problem of CD-RW not playing on non-PC cd players

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I'm having problems with TDK Rewritable audio discs. I have been trying to get some audio burned onto this cd-rw and have my discman or home stereo system read the disc. But when I place the burned cd-rw in the discman, which is sony D-EJ915, the cd turns but no sound at all. It's worse with the home cd player; although store-bought cds and cd-rs immediately start turning when I place them inside, the cd-rw gets no response at all from the player, it's like it hasn't even been placed in it!

I burn the cd-rw with the lowest speed, "close cd" etc. meaning I use the same configuration I use for burning the regular audio cd-rs.

Please tell me if there's a special configuration I need to make when burning cd-rw in order for it to play on platforms other than the pc.

Thanks in advance and regards to all.
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Re: Problem of CD-RW not playing on non-PC cd players

Some readers are very picky about media. Rewritable media are harder to read for some players, so maybe your problem is the support.

Try to do a burn on a regular (not rewritable) media.
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Re: Problem of CD-RW not playing on non-PC cd players

The early sony CD players do not like CD-RW discs at all. I have one and I end up using my pioneer DVD player (plays every type of disc I throw at it in CD and DVD formats).

One other thing, some early sony DVD players will not play CD-RW or CD-R's. Its weird as they play all DVD+-R's without problems.
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Re: Problem of CD-RW not playing on non-PC cd players

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Some readers are very picky about media. Rewritable media are harder to read for some players, so maybe your problem is the support.

Try to do a burn on a regular (not rewritable) media.
Thanks for your reply.
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The early sony CD players do not like CD-RW discs at all. I have one and I end up using my pioneer DVD player (plays every type of disc I throw at it in CD and DVD formats).

One other thing, some early sony DVD players will not play CD-RW or CD-R's. Its weird as they play all DVD+-R's without problems.
Thanks for your reply.
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