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#1 Raja Zetec 3.0

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Posted 20 October 2010 - 08:52 PM

I bought some DVD-R discs because they where 4.7 Gb or something like that, i put some songs on them and burned them to disc to play in the car. the 1st wouldn't read and said "check disc". i tried doind different format types of the files and also burning the disc as Audio disc, DVD disc and Data disc but none seem to work whether the file type is mp3 or wma. i was wondering if this is because the 6000 RDS E-O-N won't recognise DVD-R discs. Does anybody have any ideas or know somewher i can go to check this out!?!

Please help lol i'm getting bored of XFM!!!

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#2 LiamZetec

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Posted 21 October 2010 - 09:06 AM

It won't read DVD's because the 6000 CD Player isn't DVD compatible. The only disks that it is compatible with are normal audio CD's, CD-R's and I think maybe CD-RW's too.

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#3 Wizz

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Posted 21 October 2010 - 11:52 AM

Most Ford CD6000's wont read mp3 or wma files either. They have to be standard audio files, as found on audio CD's..........

#4 MrrNoName

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Posted 21 October 2010 - 06:00 PM

Hi,

standard cd players will only play CD-R format discs burnt as audio cd's

DATA disc cd players will only play CD-R format discs burnt as audio OR data cd's

expensive head units are able to play songs on DVD's but 99% of stereos only read CD-R's

your problem is that the stereo cant read DVD-R's or DVD+R's


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