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Is it best to burn cds straight to flac?
keenly
post Mar 9 2012, 15:06
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I have tried burning to wav, wma and my ONKYO 6 disc changer wont play the WAV at all even though my sony blu ray will.

I have cdburnerxp which can burn straight to flac; would this be the best bet for cd rs to play on cd player?

I mean albums already stored as flac of course(not mp3 to flac)
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tpijag
post Mar 9 2012, 20:39
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I burned zeppelins Hoth to WAV from cd burnerxp

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burnt them as AUDIO discs via cd burnerx


Please try and be a little clearer with the information you provide. The above two quotes are two different tasks.
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keenly
post Mar 9 2012, 20:56
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QUOTE (tpijag @ Mar 9 2012, 20:39) *
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I burned zeppelins Hoth to WAV from cd burnerxp

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burnt them as AUDIO discs via cd burnerx


Please try and be a little clearer with the information you provide. The above two quotes are two different tasks.


Hi I burnt AN AUDIO CD THAT WAS WAV to cd r. It does not play on my cd player but will on blu ray.

The album was ripped as wav lossless and burnt as wav. I didn;t change anything. Played fine on my technics all in one hi fi but not my onkyo cd player.
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saratoga
post Mar 9 2012, 21:20
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QUOTE (keenly @ Mar 9 2012, 14:56) *
Hi I burnt AN AUDIO CD THAT WAS WAV to cd r. It does not play on my cd player but will on blu ray.


Since it doesn't play on a CD player, and CD players can play audio CDs, I'm going to guess you didn't burn it as an audio CD.

I still suggest putting it into your computer and checking what actually ended up on the disk to be sure though.

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