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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, 20:09
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You may call them AUDIO all you like, but if, as you say, you are burning wav files to a cd, they are data cd's not audio. As already explained it is not uncommon that one of your hardware players is choking on them. Burn them as audio and they will play.

There is a huge amount of information on this available via search and likely within the wiki.

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keenly
post Mar 9 2012, 20:27
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QUOTE (tpijag @ Mar 9 2012, 20:09) *
You may call them AUDIO all you like, but if, as you say, you are burning wav files to a cd, they are data cd's not audio. As already explained it is not uncommon that one of your hardware players is choking on them. Burn them as audio and they will play.

There is a huge amount of information on this available via search and likely within the wiki.


I burnt them as AUDIO discs via cd burnerxp
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saratoga
post Mar 9 2012, 20:36
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QUOTE (keenly @ Mar 9 2012, 14:27) *
QUOTE (tpijag @ Mar 9 2012, 20:09) *
You may call them AUDIO all you like, but if, as you say, you are burning wav files to a cd, they are data cd's not audio. As already explained it is not uncommon that one of your hardware players is choking on them. Burn them as audio and they will play.

There is a huge amount of information on this available via search and likely within the wiki.


I burnt them as AUDIO discs via cd burnerxp



If you put one of these disks into your computer, what type of file do you see on it?
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