Hi,[QUOTE=shysweetone;2277398]oh i have and it always tells me that it seems like you have a data cd please replace it with an audio cd…very frustrating[/QUOTE]so you are using a standalone HiFi CD recorder? In that case (and only in that case), you would indeed need the expensive “CD-R for Audio”. But how would you record your downloaded music files then?
Or am I totally wrong, and you are using a computer?
If so, then follow the advice from [I]cholla[/I] and use a CD burning software that supports “Audio CD” as project type. Burrrnis a free one, and if you have some CD burning software like Nero or Roxio that came with your computer or burner, then you can also create an Audio CD from mp3 or unprotected wma files. Having a look into the documentation of the software isn’t a bad idea either