I used to have a Sony MP3 Player in my old car.
My new Car has a normal CD player, and I attached a CDX-FM687 to it, and use it to play my MP3s.
I have no problem playing the MP3 CDs I burnt for the sony, but anything I burn now has a problem. Audio CDs are fine.
In both cased I am using the same computer to burn CDs (For the sony & the pioneer cd changer)
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the mp3 files have to be recorded in the ISO9660 level 1 or level 2 format, or the Joliet or Romeo in the expansion format. Please note this is verbatim, straight from my Sony manual. For details of your recording format you will have to see your converter's help or configuration files.
I am unable to understand your problem clearly. Does it play 2 CDs and then stops reading the CDs or does it play only 2 specific Cds? If it plays some Cds and not others, then it is possible that the lens has to be replaced. But before that, try cleaning the lens. Use a good quality CD lens Cleaner CD.
I had the same problem, CD not accepted by unit and pressing source button to select CD player causes unit to display reset. Using reset button just causes unit to 'whir' for a while, problem is not solved. Firstly with unit switched off, and the ignition off I inserted a CD using some gentle force, I then inserted a second CD, forcing it in over the top of the first. Next I pressed and held the reset button for a short time before releasing it. Both CDs were ejected, when the unit had stopped I took the CDs out, replaced the front panel and turned on the ignition, The unit will now accept CDs and eject them O.K.
(This did take two attempts to get right). Seems to reset the eject status of the CD player.