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Panasonic CQ-C5303W I have all the names of songs on the disks i have, but when i put it in the stereo the names do not display. I was wondering if there was a way i could get the names to be displayed on the panel?

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Im not to familleaer with the unit, but i know the disc has to be burned as data for Kenwoods to pick up.

Hope this helps,


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