Thanks, and forgive my ignorance, but what does this mean? Enabled in the CD burn software, the RL, or both? Where does one look to enable this feature. Thanks, and again, please excuse my newbieness to audio tech.imaginasian vboy said: "To have cd text, it has to be enabled. "
That helped a bunch. You answered my question completely. I love the way you explained it, ThanksSquelch Oil said:MrSmith, I haven't used this Music Jukebox software you refer to but, I believe the answer to your question is yes. MP3 is only the encoding used for the song. When writing MP3s to CD you are writing them just as you would any other kind of data file, there isn't a MP3 CD format is my point, just audio or data. The CD players that can play MP3s just have the additional electronics built in to look at the data files on the CD and play ones that are in MP3 format. Hope that helps and enjoy your new MP3 enabled player.
Couldn't agree more!!Speedy: For the price in Canada ($71,000) they should include an iPod!
An MP3 is simply a data file. If you have a device to write files to a CD then all you need is the software to write it in the proper format. If as you say you have a DVD-R that can write CD's and you use Nero 6.6 your in business.ReplacedLegend said:Couldn't agree more!!
MikeGY or Squelch Oil:
So if get Nero I can burn an MP3 CD and the titles will appear on my RL screen?
Do all CD burners burn MP3s? I have a 1 year old Dell Dimension 8300 with a DVD-R.