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Playing the cd's produced on my jvc stereo system

The first lp that I copied, I played on my jvc... I was happy. Then I copied two other lps and neither will play on my jvc - as far as I know, I took the same steps as the first. All three will play on my computer - I have not tried them on any other player.

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Re: playing the cd's produced on my jvc stereo system

If you took the same steps, then obviously, it should work the same. However, there are many factors that could cause it to not play. You can try a different CD-R burning program. Also, some stand alone CD players do not play CDR's. So make sure your CD player can handle this. Also make sure your not burning an MP3 CD or similar. Make sure you also close the disc when it is done, and leave a 2 second gap between each song. Lastly, try burning at a slower speed - such as 4x - believe it or not, burning at a higher speed does affect your CD's playing options, especially on older CD players. Hope this helps! - Justin DJPROAUDIO

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