I read most of related threads and DVD specs but I'm still unsure this can be done. I want to back up some audio CDs with live music (standard 44.1K stereo), on a DVD media that can be played directly somehow (I have an universal player already, Pioneer 563A). My current backup system is a collection of SHN files on DVDR media, good for data backup and recovery purposes but unplayable except in a computer. These are my conclusions: * Can't backup to audio tracks on a DVD video as the PCM specs require 48K sampling rate, meaning I need to resample my audio tracks (not wanted, I want a 1 to 1 backup). * Can't backup to a DVD-Audio on PCM tracks as they are compressed to MLP and assembled to AOB containers, and then I can't rip them back in case I need to regenerate the CD media. Do anyone have any suggestion to achieve my goal? Thanks in advance, Wolf.