Hi, my wife has just bought a new car and it has a fairly basic CD player that can play CD's CD-R and CD-RW as long as they're plain audio, it wont touch mp3's.
If the thing could have played mp3's then I would have just made one disc with a whole butt load of songs that would keep her happy or ages. But since I have to burn plain audio CD's I'll need to either make a collection or perhaps make a few "compilations" on CD-RW that I can re-burn with new material from time to time.
I'm just interested in what people think as the best option for burning audio CD's for a car. Should I :
Burn just a small number of "best of compliations" using CD-RW and erase and re-burn with fresh material from time to time.
Burn a collection of CD-R's using cheap nasty media, since it will probably suffer a lot of abuse and die in the car anyway.
Burn a collection of CD-R's on my best quality media (verb datalife metal azo) and hope that they stand up to the rigors of car use (possibly very high summer temperatures and high UV exposure as I live in Australia).
What would you do ?