I cant play copied audio cds in my cars cd player?

vbimport

#1

Hi, can somebody tell me what i can do to be able to play copied audio cd’s in my cars cd player ?


#2

buy better cd’s!
i had the same problem with arita/no_name cd’s but with philips/sony and tdk i can listen everything in my car. (sometimes 700MB cd’s still have problems no mather what brand)

cya


#3

If better CDs don’t work, then its because your CD player’s laser lens can’t read CD-Rs, this happens with older CD players and some brands. My SONY CD player can play evey copied CD. Good Luck


#4

you can try another brning program, sometimes it works!


#5

you can try another brning program, sometimes it works! Or try to insert a gap of at least 20 frames between 2 tracks (you can do this with CDRWin)


#6

Using an other brand of cdr’s helps in my case. Some cheap cdr’s just wont play on caraudio.

Succes


#7

I did it with CD-RW(HP) and on my Panasonic car stereo it does work with the first 5 tracks, after that it’s all noise.


#8

You can try the special audio cdr’s from philips these are specialy made for audio recording.

The only disadvantage is that they’re more expensive.


#9

Try burning at a lower speed. sometimes it works.

Greetz Rolo.


#10

Use Verbatim CDR and don’t burn at more than 4x speed

C U


#11

Hello Group

I think burning at slower speeds can help as was already mentioned. I found making a back up of a very old tape ( you know taking it from tape to wav format then burning on cd )then burning it at only speed 1 or 2 was great but when i tried it at 4 it failed each and every time Still i learn from my mistake…just very slowly

Graffnoir


#12

I have some trouble with playing copied CD’s in my car too. And using more expensive CD’s are not always the answer. CD-R’s are not as reflective as original CD’s so the more reflective the CD-R the better chance you have. I put music on “Imation” CD’s. they’re cheep little crap CD’s but my car player can read them better than other ones I’ve tried including SONY. I don’t know why car players have this trouble (Next time I buy a Car CD player I’m going to bring a CD-R and try it out on the demo models) I’ve never seen a home player that didn’t read them just like a regular CD. Although a friend of mine had trouble reading a copy of Tribes on his computer. he uses a DVD drive and the Tribes copy was on an 80min CD (not very reflective) so that may have had something to do with it.
As for recording slowly I almost always record on 1x. I mean what’s the rush?


#13

Well if u have to burn a couple of cd’s it isn’t fun waiting 74 mins
and a friend of mine uses sony cd’s with his pioneer car cd player and works great

regards,

Piepneus


#14

Okay guys
A) Better quality CD’s don’t make any difference, I use the cheap BLANK CD’s and they work.
B) Used these CD’s in Pioneer, Sony, and Clarion car CD’s and a stock standard Nissan car CD player and all work fine.
So don’t waste your time buying better quality, I have tried and it makes no difference unless you buy the ones designed specifically for Audio burning. I use CDRWIN and most times NERO as it is a lot easier and all my CD’s have burnt perfectively that also includes CD’s that I have compiled myself. So I would recomend using Nero and using CDR’s that are at a reasonable price.


#15

a) there is a difference in the type of cd’s you use , in case of 80 min i once used cheap lead data cd’s and my sony carplayer won’t play that type of cd
After switching to maxell cd-r 80 min my car stereo plays them very well

b) the burning speed thing is IMHO crap , on my ‘slow’ pII 233 i burn audio cd’s at 8 speed with no problems at all

these are my 6 cents

kind regards

Snuggle


#16

Try NERO and a maby a lower speed !!

GrtZ mrDJ