Question about Sony RCD-W500C 5-Disc CD Recorder
You can record any audio in the world on your CDR as long as it can be connected via either RCA or digital audio cables.
Depending on your PC's sound capabilities, you should have at least a headphone output that can be adapted to an RCA cable, or you may have an actual Sound Card with RCA audio outputs. And you may have a SPDIF (coaxial) digital audio output that you could use but you have to go into the software controlling the sound card to make sure the digital bitrate is compatible with the CDR (44.1mHz).
Go into your PC's Audio Property controls and make sure the outputs are all on and the volume is all the way up.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to use CD-R Music or Audio blanks, not Data. It's part of the spec for home CD recorders to reject blank data disks.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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