If you use the instructions in the PM I sent you yes.
An Audio CD -R has the loseless file on it after the burn(write) .
All you can see is a .cda file which is a pointer to the loseless file.
If your standalone is new enough you should have no problem playing the CD -R .
This guide from the ImgBurn site should help .
It shows a test with several different file extensions but you only need to use .wav files.
You might also want to type in the CD Text you want.