How to burn music CD for a car CD player?

vbimport

#1

Hi,

I have various music files on my computer. I want to burn them onto to CDR and listen to it in the CD player in my car.

I tried it last evening using Nero, the disk works fine on a computer, but my Car CD player was unable to read it.

Any suggestions?

Thanks,
RJ


#2

Ensure that it is a CDR disc and not a rewriteable.

Also, ensure that the disc is finalised and NOT a multi session or left ‘open’


#3

Was your car player able to ever play burned music before?
What format is this… wav or mp3?
Have you switched to a diff brand cd blank mfg?
What speed did you burn these at?
Per chance do you know what dye is used in the cd blank medium?


#4

Nero isn’t the best Audio CD burning app.

For a free one that works well try Burrrn (www.burrrn.net).

What media are you using & what is your burner. Note that some DVD burners aren’t the best CD-R burners.

I’ve found that it’s important to use quality CD-R media for car stereos & I only use Verbatim Pastels & Super AZO. Mine is a very picky player & I have to be very selective about the media I use.

Also burn no faster than 24x.


#5

Yo-

Try using the free program Exact Audio Copy - available at:

www.exactaudiocopy.de

Burn your audio cd at 16x

Should work just fine-eh!

Mike


#6

[QUOTE=james4eva;1452994]Ensure that it is a CDR disc and not a rewriteable.

Also, ensure that the disc is finalised and NOT a multi session or left ‘open’[/QUOTE]
Erm How Are You Meant To Check If Its Re-Writable or not


#7

What Is An UDF

Type: CD Drive

File System: UDF

How Do I Change It Or Is It Perfect?

Please Reply

Thanx.


#8

If it’s CDRW media, it’s rewritable, and if it’s CDR media it’s not rewritable.