Same question was asked in a separate post, and I believe it should. Most burnt cds have songs in either WMA format, or mp3 format. Either should work fine on your Sony player. I have a Panasonic surround sound system, and the head unit plays 'em just fine. Sounds great too. Try it and let me know how it works out.
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hi this sounds like you have burnt it in the wrong media type file, you may have burnt it as a WMA windows media audio, which do not play on normal CD players, you will have to try burning as either CDA ( standard cd audio ) or if it will play it, try MP3..........hope this helps
When you burn a cd on your computor there are a few different formats to choose from. You need to make sure you burn it so that the cd can be played on devices other than a computer drive. Ran in to that issue my self a while back. Hopefully the program you're using will allow you to use a different format.
This is because the re-writable disk you are using is not compatible with cd player. Your cd player has to support CD-R. If your cd player is old it most probably doesn't support it. If you still have the packaging, look on there. If not, type the cd players info on google and look at the specifications.
I may add alot of times older equipment has a hard time reading burned cd's because when ever burning cd's the pits that are burnt into the cd are shallow. The faster the cd burns the more shallow it is... one thing you can try to do is burn at 2x in the WAV format cause it most diffenately will not read mp3 format being that old equipment. You may get lucky burning at 2x because the pits that it burns in the cdrom will be deeper. As the clarification said do use CD-R's. If this doesn't work at 2x chances are that equipment is just not going to be able to read a burnt cd period. Good Luck!!! I hope this works for you!!!
If you are using windows Media Player to burn the cd you have to burn to an audio cd. You can only burn to mp3 cd if your car or home system canread them. Wma audio cannot normally be read by car or home audio. The file format is called WAV
I had the same problem in my 1998 Jeep GC Limited. It has been a year and a half since I have played a burnt cd in my cd player. I researched everything possible and came to the conclusion that it was either the type of cd I was using (some cds with prints etc are hard for the laser inside the player to read) or the burning speed, and after many failed attempts, I still couldn't find a combination that would work. Then yesterday, my brother had a burnt cd he had made with his computer and we tried it just to see if it might work and it did! So, the brand of cd is Memorex, the type is CD-R, and they are 80min. worth of recording time. I purchased some of these cds at Hastings (although I'm sure they are avaliable wherever you purchase blank cds) and tried burning one in my laptop just to make sure it was going to work and it did! I burned the cd using windows media player and before I started the burn I went into 'burn options' and set the burning speed to the lowest possible. Hope this helps!
Computer Burned discs are a grey area for some players[different firmware/chipsets]
There is a list on the web of players and what they will play a Google/Yahoo will reveal.
Also checkout the manual that came with the player.