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    Yeah, MP3 CDs are a great way to have a ton of songs on one disc.

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    I'm so confused, so what is a data cd versus burning a regular cd? like i ahve the blank 80 minute cd things.. is that what we are talking about?

    Edit:And can you all now tell that I'm a technological retard?



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    Quote Originally Posted by IStillLoveJ&B View Post
    I'm so confused, so what is a data cd versus burning a regular cd? like i ahve the blank 80 minute cd things.. is that what we are talking about?

    Edit:And can you all now tell that I'm a technological retard?
    Data discs will not play in a regular cd player. It holds many songs. 700mb, so that's over 100 songs. You can burn data onto regular blank cds.


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    So you have to have a certain kind of player to play those discs huh?

    I didn't realize this was so complex. Okay it's probably quite simple, but FOR RETARDED ME it sounds complex



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    A lot of CD players now will have a little MP3 icon on the display if it supports MP3 CDs. Most modern ones do. I don't know what you use to burn CDs, but I use iTunes. I just select MP3 CD instead of Audio CD. That way, you just fill up the CD with 700mb of MP3s and not worry about 80 minutes or whatever.

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    Thank you so much Andrew! I also use Itunes to burn the cd's, thanks



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    An AUX may be "in" but not there. When I bought my car-I have the "AUX" button, but it's not installed. So July 10th I'm having it installed.

    Wal-Mart has a Belkin manual (and it gives you a website for the "best" stations to use) FM trasmitter. I use it only cause I don't have AUX yet. But here, in the "country" it sucks. I get absolute shit for signal. Oh and it's like $20...

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