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How do I put MP3's on my CD player?

In the manual it talks about using the mp3. I was just wondering how do I put them on my cd player.

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  • Dude boo-der Aug 06, 2006

    But my CD player which is Panasonic SL-Sw947 doesn't include a cable to connect to the computer.

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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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