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Convert mp3s to "cd audio" ?

Hi,how do I convert Mp3 files to "CD Audio" so as to Burn, for playing on older CD players.Thanks in advance

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Hi there, you need do follow steps
1) install the nero 7 or higher version in your destop
2) run nero 7 and choose creat music icon
3) choose a icon which is creat a audio CD
4) add your any music files from any folder, and choose the file type: "all file types"
5) added files then click burn.
you will burn a audio disk (pure CD play)
hope help you do it well, any question please any time.
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Use Nero, its has an application that can let you burn mp3 to cd audio

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