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    TheDave's Avatar n00b
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    hey people whats best for burning cds.

    i use nero 5 and when i burn mine they play in my pc and portable cd player but my hifi dont pick em up.
    when i look at the data side i cant hardly tell the difference between blanks and ones that have been written. ive heard that theres some software i can get that burns tracks deeper, is this true or should i stop using cheapass cds in a 33 quid writer?

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    Some HiFi cd players will not read some CD media, mainly due to the colour of the dye used in them.
    there are special "audio" CD-R's that can be bought, but they tend to cost more.
    I've found that the Verbatim data CD's work well in most of the CD-players that I have tried.
    all i can say is try diferant disks from diferant makers until you find one that works.

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    Does your hi-fi play other burned cd's? Some dont,especially the older ones.



    Edit:looks like Luca_Snipes beat me to it,and with better info!
    Nice one Luca.

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    mines pretty old but it does play some burnt cds

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    I use Cheap & cheerful CDR's, On a 35 burner with Clone CD. Not Had Any Probs (yet).
    I'm with Luca_Snipes on the discs though, Find one that works & stick with it

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