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Old 01-08-2011, 10:16 AM   #1
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Brands of CD's That Play in CD Player

I have a 2010 Tacoma SR5 and have been attempting to burn MP3's and WMA files to CD to play in the truck.

I've been using Maxell CDRW's but every time I put them in the player it gives the message "Loading" and then "Error 1".

From what I've determined Error 1 means it's a dirty CD. There is no way the CD's are dirty as they are brand new and never been outside of a case. That, and they work fine in every computer I use them in.

I was wondering if anyone out there has burned audio files to CD or CDRW and had them work.

What brand and speed of CD were you using?
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Don't have the cd player in question, but I've never had great luck with Maxell. I like Sony or Verbatim. Never had one fail.
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I don't think its the brand. Try using iTunes to burn. Make a playlist and burn to disk, should work. FYI, I have a factory CD player without MP3 playback. I believe it has to be burned as a specific type of format to play in a CD player.
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I use Memorex CD-R's all the time. I have a huge collection of concert bootlegs. I play more cd's that have been burned than I do store bought releases, and they play great.
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Yeah, probably an issue with the media being CDRW instead of just CD-R.
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Yeah, probably an issue with the media being CDRW instead of just CD-R.
That would be my guess.
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Another +1, RW probably not good.

I've had luck with TDK CD-R80. (700MB, 80 min)

I know MP3s can work great - 7+ hours on one disc!

I also know that Apple AAC files do NOT work. (... which is unfortunate, because a bunch of my stuff is in that format. Thanks a lot, iTunes! )
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Yeah, probably an issue with the media being CDRW instead of just CD-R.
Agreed.
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