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CD's for burning music

Posted on 2011-02-19
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What type of CD's should I buy to burn music onto? This is so I can play in my standard cd player. I've been told they have to be CDAs but could I not just use CDR?
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Any type of CD will do, you just have to burn the CD as a Audio CD, this will take the mp3's and convert them into proper format for CD player.
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CDR works perfectly for me, burn it with cdburnerxp it's a free software easy to use

http://cdburnerxp.se
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http://mp3.about.com/od/essentialsoftware/tp/Best_Free_Burning_software.htm

here you can find a variety of burning softwares, all free
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Any type of CD's
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CD-R will be fine. To ensure maximum compatibility with CD players, burn at a low speed -- 8x if your burning software supports that low a speed.
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