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My older CD player accepted WAV files when I burned them as Audio CDs. (I was able to add CD-Text, even though my player can't read the text. The disc I added space between the tracks though didn't work properly.)
Then do a mastered burn (disc at once) and finalize the disc. I used CD Burner XP for burning the latest batch and Audacity to create the WAV files. I've also use Roxio Creator and Nero in the past.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (I'll admit there's one issue - I can't get the disc to stop between tracks. I was copying audio tapes to CD before more of my tapes broke.)
OK you have mistaken this player for a player you can plug in an MP3 Player into .....This is an MP3 player that plays MP3 CDs you burn off your PC ... so it will only play MP3 CDs!!! about search problem I don't have a fix but just manually adjust stations then program them to your buttons.
are they store bought CDs ? or are they copies? cause some players unless stated will not play MP3 or MP4 cds, or CDRs , CDRW Etc.... check if the Cds are burned copies, and then also check the music layout if copied, using the computer, see if they are mp3 files that should play if they are mp4 then the cd will act blank....hope this helps...
You do not need a code to play CD's in a Panasonic CQ-C7301U. The player handles the standard CD format and also plays burned CD's in WMA or MP3 formats. However, burned CD's in WMA format that contain copyrighted music are not playable. In this case the display will show "PROTECTED".
well you can really just hook a USB cord into any cd player it has to come with one built into it already and if its not playing your burned cds then its probly of low quality or old. or it doesnt recognize the format that you are burning the cds with especially if your using windows media player to durn the cds some cd players dont read WMA files (windows media assotiated) files
Changer Error Codes
? E-00: Poor Cable connection.
? E-01: Magazine not properly set in changer.
? E-02: No Disc in magazine.
? E-03: CD does not have selected track number.
? E-04: Disc is dirty, upside down or unreadable.
? E-10: No data is recorded on the MD. The player plays the next disc automatically.
? E-99: Changer malfunction, disc may be caught in machine or changer requires service.
I suggest the lens needs a clean, or someone has dropped it and broken the delicate lens mech.