Question about Nakamichi MF-51 5-Disc CD Changer
Its simple, since ur using a cd changer u should make sure when u burn the songs in the cd's it should be in cd-audio format and not mp3 format.
Secondly after burning the songs make sure that the cd is closed and not in multisession mode.
after trying the above solution reply me...
issy2, I recorded the cd tracts as .cda files, no mp3's. Also, I did not use a multisession mode. When I play the cd some tracts will play just fine while others will skip, rewind, or just cycle within the tract. Store-bought cd's play fine, no problems. I have tried "copying" the cd's, and I have tried ripping the cd's to the hard drive and choosing tracts for a copy. None of the "copies" work perfectly.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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