Question about JVC Audio Players & Recorders
That's about the whole story, didn't know what to try.
Are you closing the disc? If so are you using CRD or CRDW. If you are using CDRW it will not burn in the proper output format. If you use CDR only it should. Also try recording at a slower speed. It has helped me in the past to do so.
A great program to try is CDBurnerXP, and it's free. After you record it then put it back in and run it again, but this time just select "Disc" then from the drop down menu Disc Information [CTRL+I] and read what format you ended up with. Remove that and check a store bought disc and compare.
CDBurnerXP Free CD and DVD burning software
Posted on Dec 03, 2014
Also, try using discs marked "Digital Audio" instead of ordinary discs marked "Recordable." The "Digital Audio" discs contain an anti-piracy code that the home vinyl-to-disc recorders need to read.
Posted on Feb 03, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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