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do the audi cd players / changers play CDR discs?

Discussion in 'In-Car Entertainment' started by jediknight, Nov 30, 2004.

  1. jediknight
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    my current sony 6 disc changer plays CDR and CDRW

    does the audi at least play CDR or should i keep my sony to fit into the audi

    thanks
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    My audi 6 disc changer plays cdr's no problem at all!

    Hope this helps
    Rich.
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    Yep, mine plays CD-Rs and CD-RWs as well.
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    I'm having a problem playing cdr's in my audi changer. I get a skip every 10 or so seconds.
    I'm using Memorex 80min cdrs. What brand of disc do you guys use?
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    Also has anyone managed to get a cdRW to work in an audi changer? If so, what brand was it?
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    most cd changers will play cd c discs but youll find they jam up the mech s cdr s are slightly fatter than normal cds this causes problems
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    As Audi changers are old technology you need to burn the CD-R's at a slower speed and make sure you use Audio CD-R's of good quality. Never had a jamming problem on mine and I use them all the time.
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    imported_glen_jai Guest

    Thanks for the useful suggestions.
    Can I also just ask if anyone out there burns audio cds from mp3 and wma files?
    Do you usually convert the files first, or just let the burning software (ie Nero) do it all for you?
    I think this may be the problem for me, as other CDRs people have burnt for me, work in my cd changer. Still abit baffled.

    Any more suggestions from anyone?
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    if you burn a cdr from mp3`s then make sure you stick to 8 or 12 speed burn (using nero) or they might cause you problems
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    they work fine in mine, mind you its a panasonic changer with stock headunit
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