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When I burn a cd it is an application program not a audio cd.

I would like to know if there is a converter to make a application cd to and audio cd or how can I download my recordings to my computer as audio file instead of an application file?
The RCA Voice Player I am using is RCA RP5020a

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I had the same problem getting music CDs to play on all the different CD players that the mwmbers of our band have.
It was solved by using Nero CD ROM Burning Program to "make an audio CD" Nero then made the CD's with the .cda file extension which plays on any CD player.
The trouble was caused by some players inability to play MP3's and/or .wav files. Music can be burned to CD in all these different formats...MP3, .wav, .cda, etc. but .cda is the only format that plays on all CD players in my experience.
So use Nero version v. 6 or 7 or later to burn the CD's as audio files (.cda ), and all should work O.K.

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In your application program is where the determination of audion verses application is made. Read you manual to determine how to select the proper settiings.

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Overview of online support for SA2325/02 ( GB ):
http://www.p4c.philips.com/cgi-bin/dcbint/cpindex.pl?ctn=SA2325/02&slg=en&scy=GB

Link to the user manual:
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Audio CD converting to mp3 / wma format: RIPPING
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http://www.soft32.com/Download/Free/MusicMatch_Jukebox/4-277-1.html
Right click on the download file under Soft32 Mirrors and select "Save target as..." Rember the download location for executing the file later, having the MusicMatch Jukebox installed.

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Freeringers.net has a good help section if you sign up with them, here's a cut and paste version.

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If you're running Windows Vista you'll need the Windows XP version of Sound Recorder:
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Note: If you want to rip a song from a CD, replace step 1 with these instructions.
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  2. Change the drop downs to "Wave", "16 Bit (CD)", "8000 Hz", "1 'Mono'", Output To: "Folder", and "Browse" to select your "Desktop".
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