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Can I make a music CD using CD-RW

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by sicoguy, May 5, 2003.

  1. sicoguy

    sicoguy Member

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    I am new in this feild but I was wondering If I could make a music CD(one that will play on a regular CD player) using a rewritable CD. Any help would be greatly appreaciated.
     
  2. OhSoS

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    well, before i answer, what have you got to lose trying?
    it's a CDRW, it's erasable....

    anyway, most audio devices can't read CDRW discs, therefore even if you do burn it on CDRW, odds are you'll only be able to play it on your computer.
    but what have you got to lose?
     
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    I confirm what OhSoS says. Most (all?) Audio players cannot read CD-RW, computers can.
     
  4. BJD2

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    Modern, that is to say CD players made in the last couple of years usually play CD-RW's but anything older than that can't. If it will play them it'll say so in the documentation, sometimes it's written on the player itself. If it doesn't mention it then it almost certainly won't!
     

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