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Are these cd players just too old? Mine's the cd player/AM/FM radio, no tape deck. Is there something wrong with mine?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

-Rick
 

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the older model CD players won't read burned CDs.
Get a newer model or buy the CDs from the store.
 

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It's probably because the cd's you burned are in MP3 format, which your stock CD player wont recognize. You can change them to WMA' with your computer. Or buy a CD player that will read MP3's.
 

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I had the same problem with my 98. I ended up buying a 12 disc cd changer. It was cheaper than a new radio.
 

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Loud_Dodge said:
It's probably because the cd's you burned are in MP3 format, which your stock CD player wont recognize. You can change them to WMA' with your computer. Or buy a CD player that will read MP3's.
even if the media is burned in the correct format, some older CD players won't read them.
 

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chizzle1 said:
even if the media is burned in the correct format, some older CD players won't read them.
He is correct. Some older players won't even play some newer store-bought cds. All of these new security features that these companies are imposing are actually disallowing some older players to play them. Unless you have a way of firmware-updating the old player, then I would just get a newer one!
 
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