Question about 2000 GMC Safari
My stereo gives me an error when I put a cd-r in the player. My stereo plays other cd-r's and I dont know what I am doing wrong. The songs recorded are mp3 format and are cda extention. I have invested time and money on cd's to correct/solve this problem.
I believe CDA extensions are actually just shortcuts to the audio file and not the actual audio file. You will want to convert your MP3's to .wav in order to play them in your radio. Roxio and Nero version 4 and higher will automatically do this for you and a version should have come with your computer or CD burner. Just place the MP3's in the record section and select output audio CD.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
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