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Copying CDs I have figured out how to select which tracks I want to copy from a CD. How do I then select tracks from another CD and when I have completed all of these steps, go on to copy the selected tracks?

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Trial and error, pushing buttons until I was able to do what I was trying to accomplish. I would suggest more detailed instructions in your manual.

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Copy music from a CD to iTunes by following these steps:
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  3. After you've selected the songs you want to import, click the Import button. iTunes will begin copying the music from your CD to your iTunes music library.
  4. After the songs are imported, click the Eject Disk button.
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Please explain what this term means: "copying audio tracks from computer memory". In normal operating you don't copy audio tracks you burn them to the disk using a compatible burning software.

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My older CD player accepted WAV files when I burned them as Audio CDs. (I was able to add CD-Text, even though my player can't read the text. The disc I added space between the tracks though didn't work properly.)

Then do a mastered burn (disc at once) and finalize the disc. I used CD Burner XP for burning the latest batch and Audacity to create the WAV files. I've also use Roxio Creator and Nero in the past.

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Operating instructios can be downloade here:
http://www.retrevo.com/s/Denon-CDR-W1500-CD-Players-review-manual/id/363ci860/t/1-2/
10 COPYING PROCEDURE
About copying
 Copying can be performed easily from the set’s CD unit onto the CD-R unit.
 There are two copying speeds (normal and high) and four copying modes.
• The mode switches as described below each time the normal speed copying button (NORMAL) or the high speed copying
button (HIGH) is pressed.
• The recording level is automatically set to the default value (0.0 dB).
• The repeat and random play modes are canceled when the copy mode is set.
• During normal speed copying you can listen to the sound as you copy.
• During high speed copying no sound is produced.
• No signals are output from the digital outputs during high speed copying.
• During copying, buttons other than the CD or CD-R stop buttons do not function.
• When CD TEXT compatible CDs are copied, the disc names and track names are also copied.
 When copying, switch the relay mode to the normal or dual mode. Copying is not possible in the relay or mix mode.
 For optimum recording, make sure there are no fingerprints, scratches or dust on the signal surface of the source side CD or
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 The auto track function is always activated in the copying mode. It is not possible to assign track numbers manually.
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Make CD: In this mode, entire CDs can be copied onto CD-R/RW then finalized automatically.
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1TR dubbing: In this mode, single tracks on CDs can be copied.
(“1Tr Dubbing” is displayed.)
Scan REC dubbing: In this mode, the desired tracks can be selected from CDs and copied.
(“Scan Rec Dub” is displayed.)

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You need to edit the tag information before you transfer them to the MP3 player.

You can right click on the track and select rename or, Properties>Summary Tab and then make the changes then transfer to the device.


If you are using Windows Media Player to RIP the tracks, there is an option to "GET CD INFO" from the internet to save you a few steps.





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