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Playing mp3's in autochanger

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As title, does anyone know if the cd autochanger in my 2000 s type will play mp3's burned to a disk please ?

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Hi Tony,

yes, should do, I have a compilation cd's burned by myself in my 2005 X type 6 stacker without issues.

Cheers

And

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Thanks for the reply Andrew. I must have done something wrong as the disk I burned won't work. I get "check disk" message.

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Yeah, sounds about right, not sure what media you are using, mine are Sony -R and don't thro an error message.

Cheers

A

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I don't think the CD player in the S-Type is capable of playing MP3 files.

Same CDC chassis in both X and S as far as I'm aware so if it can play MP3 what a bonus :yahoo:

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Mine are Philips CD -R. Not sure what else I can try? Copying from windows laptop. Be good if I could do it. Would keep the wife happy. 

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Mine are recorded from a Mac, not sure if that makes a difference.

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Think I will give up then. Don't like her music anyhow :w00t: thanks guys. 

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Hahaha, my wife is not keen on my choice either.....  just checked my system to see what it does, from what I can see, it is burning an audio cd for playing in standard type CD players, it seems to be converting the files to suite this format (what ever that is)

i just put in what I want to do with the CD and the software does the rest, the upshot is I can only get approx 8-10 tracks per CD so guessing it's as per a bought cd.

cheers

 

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It decode MP3 files.  You have to burn the files as audio tracks to the CD so that it looks like a regular CD.  My 2006 won't read CD-RW disks. 

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Forget mp3s in a jaguar. 

 

They were behind the times when it came to incar technology. 

They had an option of a cassette player in 2003!!!

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33 minutes ago, Andy the tyre man said:

Forget mp3s in a jaguar. 

 

They were behind the times when it came to incar technology. 

They had an option of a cassette player in 2003!!!

OK with the Audio Connectivity Module Andy. Not what you'd call a cheap modification though. Having said that, I've seen them going for less than £150 on a couple of occasions recently.

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