: Will the 6 CD/DVD Changer play an MP3 DVD?

07-09-11, 10:28 PM
I would like to make an MP3 music DVD since I can save more music on a DVD than a CD. I noticed that the 6-CD changer has a DVD next to it indicating that it can also play DVDs. Does anyone know if it can also play an MP3 DVD? From what I read, some DVD players will not support an MP3 DVD.

07-10-11, 10:52 AM
No, not on these systems. CD-R or CD-RW with a maximum capacity of 700Mb only.

07-10-11, 12:10 PM
It will do CD-MP-3's, that's a lot of music, at least 1200 songs !
Have Fun !

07-10-11, 05:41 PM
Using an MP3 CD
MP3 Format
This MP3 player will accept MP3 files that were recorded
on an up to 700 MB CD-R CD. The files can be
recorded with the following fixed bit rates: 32 kbps,
40 kpbs, 56 kpbs, 64 kpbs, 80 kpbs, 96 kpbs,
112 kpbs, 128 kpbs, 160 kpbs, 192 kpbs, 224 kpbs,
256 kpbs, and 320 kpbs or a variable bit rate. Song title,
artist name, and album will be available when recorded
using ID3 tags versions 1 and 2.
The player will be able to read and play a maximum of
50 folders, 50 playlists, 10 sessions, and 255 files.
Long file, folder, or playlist names or a combination of a
large number of files and folders or playlists may
cause the player to be unable to play up to the
maximum number of files, folders, playlists, or sessions.
If you wish to play large numbers of files, folders,
playlists or sessions minimize the length of the file,
folder or playlist name. You can also play an MP3 CD
that was recorded using no file folders. The system can
support up to 11 folders in depth, though, keep the
depth of the folders to a minimum in order to keep down
the complexity and confusion in trying to locate a
particular folder during playback. If a CD contains more
than the maximum of 50 folders, 50 playlists,
10 sessions, and 255 files the player will let you access
and navigate up to the maximum, but all items over
the maximum will be ignored.

07-10-11, 06:51 PM
Hi Stan - Looks like an excerpt of the manual - Outstanding!

07-10-11, 11:10 PM
Yes, It is from the manual. Found it when I noticed that not all the recorded MP3's were playing on a disc I had made.