I am trying to refurbish a CD duplicator using DVD writers, because CD writers are getting hard to find. I used Pioneer DVR-A18, but the audio CDs they make don't play well in some CD players. I tried some old Pioneer DVR-112 drives, and they make copies that play perfectly in anything, but they are obsolete. I then bought a Lite-On IHAP322-32, and that was much the same as the DVR-A18, ie no good. Are current DVD writers not as good at making audio CDs as they used to be? How are we supposed to burn audio CDs that are fully compatible with all CD players?
Thanks in advance for any advice,