Is it possible?

Is it possible with a rd-rw drive…

I have a few mp3’s on my computer… I am going to be buying a cdrw shorty
(probably at least)… is it possible to take my mp3’s and burn them to a
cd so that i can listen to them on the cd player in my car, and have it
not in .mp3 format… wahtever format that audio for a normal cd player is?

-Aaron (who just jammed his fingers in a door so is having a hell of a
time typing… :slight_smile:

yeah, just convert them to wav’s and burn them on a cd every cd player i
have can play them, supposedly the old ones might have trouble, but ive
never had any problems

you can get mp3 compatible recievers too so you can play mp3 discs in your
car and such which can hold ~10 hours of music

Tony Ranieri

“Aaron P” <aaron@net-studios.com> wrote in message
news:9pqpv4$ivn$1@www.darklock.com
> Is it possible with a rd-rw drive…
>
> I have a few mp3’s on my computer… I am going to be buying a cdrw
> shorty (probably at least)… is it possible to take my mp3’s and burn
> them to a
cd
> so that i can listen to them on the cd player in my car, and have it not
in
> .mp3 format… wahtever format that audio for a normal cd player is?
>
> -Aaron (who just jammed his fingers in a door so is having a hell of a
time
> typing… :slight_smile:
>
>

Holy God how fast of a response!

I get done reading new messages and up comes this one!

thanks for the answer… The car radio is new (I’m spending too much money
lately) so I would highly doubt that there would be any problems with
older ones having problems playing…

Has anyone dealt with tigerdirect.com ? Any other recommendations?

-Aaron

“Tony Ranieri” <tony@woogu.com> wrote in message
news:9pqq7i$j5e$1@www.darklock.com
> yeah, just convert them to wav’s and burn them on a cd every cd player i
> have can play them, supposedly the old ones might have trouble, but ive
> never had any problems
>
> you can get mp3 compatible recievers too so you can play mp3 discs in
> your car and such which can hold ~10 hours of music
>
> –
>
> Tony Ranieri
> - www.woogu.com
>
>
> “Aaron P” <aaron@net-studios.com> wrote in message
> news:9pqpv4$ivn$1@www.darklock.com
> > Is it possible with a rd-rw drive…
> >
> > I have a few mp3’s on my computer… I am going to be buying a cdrw
shorty
> > (probably at least)… is it possible to take my mp3’s and burn
> > them to a
> cd
> > so that i can listen to them on the cd player in my car, and have
> > it not
> in
> > .mp3 format… wahtever format that audio for a normal cd player is?
> >
> > -Aaron (who just jammed his fingers in a door so is having a hell of a
> time
> > typing… :slight_smile:
> >
> >
> >
> >
>

Aaron P wrote:

> Has anyone dealt with tigerdirect.com ?

I never had a problem with them. But you get what you pay for.

A cousin got hard drive that they had on special and he got just that. It
looks like an OE hard drive with no hardware / software at all.

Another cousin just got a computer,referb monitor and a printer, no
problems execpt for the 14" IBM referb monitor (I think it was $70) was a
pile -o- shit. One week later and it’s so blurry it’s unusable (not just
bad… you cant read shit on it). He’s sending it back but I haven’t heard
what happened yet.


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> Has anyone dealt with tigerdirect.com ? Any other recommendations?

I’m looking at http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-d-
etails.asp?sku=MBM -AD11-1300D as a possiblilty… my motherboard is i
think slowly going bad…

Suggestions?

-Aaron

“Tony Ranieri” <tony@woogu.com> wrote in message
news:9pqq7i$j5e$1@www.darklock.com
> yeah, just convert them to wav’s and burn them on a cd every cd player i
> have can play them, supposedly the old ones might have trouble, but ive
> never had any problems

There are also programs that will convert mp3’s to .cda files which I
think play in all cd players. In the cd’s that I have burned in the past I
have gotten better sound out of the .cda files rather than when burned as
wav’s. It could just be me though. :slight_smile:

Hopefully you will get software with your burner that will convert the
files and burn all in one. Adaptec ezcd 5 seems to do the best job of
this. It used to be tough in the old days, when you had to use winamp or
something like it to convert the files and then open your burn software
and burn the
cd.


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musicmatch jukebox is a pretty good program, can rip cds, convert to mp3,
and such, you can have mp3’s automatically converted to wavs and burned so
you dont have to do it yourself… kinda neat, but i dont use it…

i hate adaptec software, so i dont use it.

Tony Ranieri

“Tom Bryant” <tom@dixieshirts.com> wrote in message
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> Hopefully you will get software with your burner that will convert the
files
> and burn all in one. Adaptec ezcd 5 seems to do the best job of this. It
> used to be tough in the old days, when you had to use winamp or
> something like it to convert the files and then open your burn software
> and burn the
> cd.

“Aaron P” <aaron@net-studios.com> wrote in message
news:9pqpv4$ivn$1@www.darklock.com
> Is it possible with a rd-rw drive…
>
> I have a few mp3’s on my computer… I am going to be buying a cdrw
> shorty (probably at least)… is it possible to take my mp3’s and burn
> them to a
cd
> so that i can listen to them on the cd player in my car, and have it not
in
> .mp3 format… wahtever format that audio for a normal cd player is?

There are new car radios which are mp3 capeable.

Have seen one for under 500.-EUR

Most new notebooks can play MP3 from CD in suspend mode. They can be
connected to an old car radio


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On Sun, 7 Oct 2001 23:31:24 -0400, Tony Ranieri wrote (in message
<9pr6j1$h4$1@www.darklock.com>):

> i hate adaptec software, so i dont use it.

I’m quite the oppsite. I love Adaptec software, and above all I love Jam
it’s a great companion to Toast. :wink:


Scott

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