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check that the cd works on another stereo and if it is a burnt copy or a different region your player can not read it so try another cd being a genuine one and see if it plays if it does it with all cds then you may have a problem with the head unit or the laser that reads the cd or the region on the head unit is not the same as your region as alot of people buy these stereo units off ebay but alot of them dont play in some contries
When you burn a cd on your computor there are a few different formats to choose from. You need to make sure you burn it so that the cd can be played on devices other than a computer drive. Ran in to that issue my self a while back. Hopefully the program you're using will allow you to use a different format.
most older car and home stereos will NOT play mp3's or wav files reguardless what kind of CD they are written on.
You need a newer stereo OR convert the mp3s to cd audio and then burn them to any recordable cd.. (audio cds can be read by any cd player but will take more space)
I may add alot of times older equipment has a hard time reading burned cd's because when ever burning cd's the pits that are burnt into the cd are shallow. The faster the cd burns the more shallow it is... one thing you can try to do is burn at 2x in the WAV format cause it most diffenately will not read mp3 format being that old equipment. You may get lucky burning at 2x because the pits that it burns in the cdrom will be deeper. As the clarification said do use CD-R's. If this doesn't work at 2x chances are that equipment is just not going to be able to read a burnt cd period. Good Luck!!! I hope this works for you!!!
If you are using windows Media Player to burn the cd you have to burn to an audio cd. You can only burn to mp3 cd if your car or home system canread them. Wma audio cannot normally be read by car or home audio. The file format is called WAV
lol i had that happen to me once i had to take out the stereo plug it bk in but turn it upside down and then eject it after i did that i never had a problem with it again but then again i only kept it for another month then got a new 1, good luck hope this helps
according to the manual it does not support cd-r, lemme copy this section right out of the book
The following discs cannot be played back on this product. DVD-ROM - DVD-R/DVD-RAM - CD-ROM - VSD - CDV - CD-G - SACD - photo CD - CD-R* - some DTS CD discs - CD-EXTRA (audio-only playback possible) - DVDs with a region number other than "1" or "ALL" - discs recorded in PAL format, others.
(* Because this product has its own reading device, CD-R discs can not be played back.)
If i remember correctly somethin about a dual laser in it or somethin, I feel your pain wish it could but it does come with rca aux input that you can do headphone -> rca jack so you can hookup a mp3 player or laptop or whatever