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Durabrand hm3817DT I was told I could play burned cds and I am not able to. Are any burnable CDs compatable..if not I'll be returning it immediatly I was completly misinformed thanks

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  • christinemav May 10, 2009

    it says mp3 ready......is that the same thing

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I had one durabrand that did play burnt cd's like cd -R and + R
I also had a friend with durabrand that didn't play them at all.
If it is mp3 compatible, and Widows Media compatible, then it should play.

Posted on May 10, 2009

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    Nate Stansfield May 10, 2009

    mp3 ready means it can play mp3 format and doesn't necessarily play burnt cd's . It should say WMV or Windows media to play burnt CD's. If it doesn't say this than it probably doesn't play them

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