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Trying to find cd to record for a philips Cdr 770 cd problems

Hi can you please help i am trying to find compatible audio re-recordable cd for my cd player

Kindest regards

George Menicou

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    I have philips cdr770,I open unit and try find jumpers.I have not found some jumpers.

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Open the unit (if you dare) and change the jumpers on the back of the playback unit. Now you can also use normal CDR's.

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