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If your cd player supports MP3 playback. When you write a music disc with your computer you must write them as a data file. Some burning software will ask if you want MP3 or CDA. if your files are CDA you must convert them to MP3s, you can download software to do this for you. But today most burning software will do this for you.
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Fire you missed the point! you cannot put them on your CD player .. Your Panasonic portable player can PLYBACK ONLY!! MP3's and those are made with a CD burner on the puter or on a DVD recorder. Read the manual!! Good luck
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"took out the radio cassette player and replaced with a rd3 cd player, " the whole head end was replace not some simple added CD player, it seems.
MAKER OF RD3 IS WHAT? it has real maker and real model on the top tag. get that first and next get the manual for it. to learn what it needs and what beeps meant to, and installer needs. is this radio head from another car? A Peugeot or ? what?
examples Car radio with CD RD3-1-Citro?n C5 I 96489098ZE Peugeot 307 car stereo CD player Peugeot RD3 radio Autoradio CD Siemens VDO Peugeot 206 206+ 307 / Citroen C2 - C3 - RD3-01
my guess is the RD3 came out of an older Peugeot and is an OEM Peugeot , RD3 head end. and does not like your older? (not told) car, so the answer is ask Peugeot for help. and bet all tags the radio show Peugeot and Cietroen.
no car told just 207>?, no car year told and no clear radio head end told (exactly) post all tags on the radio.
RDS IS FOR THE RADIO. MEANS FM radio data option. so turn off RDS if not using that feature.
if working on a French car, why not ask on their forum.
Use Windows Media Player to transfer songs and rip songs from CD to this player - the help files below will be WAY more helpful than the Philips manual (but, just in case, you can get the manual by going to www.usasupport.philips.com):
The instructions in these pages, which are largely links, pertain to Windows Media Player 10 and 11 only.
Windows Media Player is made by Microsoft. The general help page for Windows Media Player is:
The way around this problem is to burn your downloads on itunes onto a CD (which automatically converts the format). This can be done through itunes. You can then rip the songs off the CD using media player and then transfer them onto your MP3 player as per normal.
do you mean you have to burn your song from your RCA mp3 player to a cd??? well, thats simple, try to plug your mp3 player to your PC then if you could open directly your mp3 player, you could copy the songs on it then transfer it on a folder. or if you need to use the mp3 player's software to communicate with the mp3 player, you try to look for the function extract/export or whatever function in your software to transfer your mp3 player songs to your pc.
well if your done, lets go to the second step.
you need to have a cd burner in your pc and the software to burn cd (like nero). if you got these things, well we are ready to burn.
1st, run the nero software. then look for the "make an audio cd", then the program will ask for the files (songs) that you will burn, thats the time you will place your transfered songs from your mp3 player. then just click next.. and it will start to burn then finishes... then there you go....