Burning CDs from MP3 to older

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How do I burn audio CD-R or DVD-R discs that are recognizable by a JVC MXS5RMD hifi system?
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  • ToddN2000
    Will the CD you burned play on other devices or just not on your JVC device? Will other CD's play on the JVC device? It may be due to damaged media or a dirty laser trying to read the disc.
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  • cleverbacon91

    The CD is brand new and works in my PC just fine, what's more I have traditional shop-bought albums that play in the hifi! It seems to be a problem with the file extensions of the tracks I'm burning to the discs.

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  • ToddN2000
    What software are you using to burn your CD's? You cannot just copy over an MP3 file. It would be nice if you could keep the MP3 file format because so many more songs will fit on a CD. Converted you can get anywhere between 13-27. It depends on the length of the songs. Most CD's will allow around 70 minutes. IF you look at the CD you made on your PC, what does it show for a file extension?
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  • cleverbacon91
    I downloaded some free software but it didn't return any better results than when trying with Windows Media Player. When putting the CD back in my laptop it now just plays as an Audio CD and it doesn't show any file extensions... the 'File system' is CDFS. So out of my depth here...
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  • ToddN2000
    Put the CD in the computer, and when you music player starts, shut it down but leave the CD in. Then go to Windows Explorer and open the CD drive folder to see it's contents. Then select a file and right-click and view the properties to see what format the file on the CD is.
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