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MP3 convertion how to i play MP3 downloaded music to a cd to play on my car stereo as not playing ( is not a MP3 player just a basic car cd player)

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You have to convert mp3 to an audio file first then it will play. (using a computer an a burning program....ie mindows player,nero ect...

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Wont work

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