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Hi have just bought this used item ,no manual unfortunately,but have tried 2 diff.CDR recordable discs & all i get after reading is,wrong disc & use audio cd, hope you can shed some light. thanks. Rob.

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There are 2 types of recorders. Professional, which you can use any kinds of cdr blanks and the Consumer, which requires to use
"Audio or Music only" discs and harder to obtain locally nowadays, but probably plenty on line.


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