Question about Kenwood DPX-501 CD Player
I recently installed the Kenwood DPX501. It has the USB input on the faceplate, and that works nicely. I can play mp3 and WMA files off of my thumb drive. Playing regular CDs and CDs with WAV files also works fine. However, when I try to burn mp3s or WMA files onto a disk the Kenwood does not recognize them. The Kenwood is supposed to support this fomat of playing mp3s and WMAs directly off a disk, they even supplied the software to make the disks on my computer. My CD burner is 6 years old. Any ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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