Hello, new poster here. Haven't been able to find a post relating to my issue, so here goes.
My homemade / burned audio CDs (CD-R's) don't "skip" in my truck changer. But, when I try and jump to the next track (i.e. go from the middle of Track 2 directly to the start of Track 3), the changer can't "find" the next track (and eventually spits out the CD).
(Same problem when trying to find a previous track, too.)
Note these are "audio" / RedBook CDs and not MP3/data CDs.
While it somewhat brand-dependent -- Memorex and Maxell CDs tend to do this more than Verbatim -- they all do it to some extent. Regardless of the brand I try and use CDs for marked for "audio" rather than data (I know there's probably no difference but what the heck).
Should I --
(a) increase the gap between tracks,
(b) try a slower write speed, or
(c) something else?
Again, I don't think it's a skipping issue: it's a factory GM changer, and none of these homemade CDs skip when playing the CD straight through. And I have no issues with commercial CDs skipping or finding the next track, either.
I generally use WMP 10 to burn the CDs, but have other CD burning software, too.