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    Moderator Gold Member ChrisK's Avatar
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    Originally posted by robyw1
    Hey Chris, Do you have these songs in a seperate folders or do you just have them in 1? My CD player won't read any tracks over 99 in 1 folder.

    They are all in one folder... After thinking that all the songs being able to be on one disk, I found out it was just OK... Both my truck and home players can play just about anything. cd's,.WAV's,MP3's,Windows media...

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    Charter Member #232 Charter Member Audiofn's Avatar
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    Originally posted by buck183
    When burning CDs in MP3 put your songs under different files or catagories. I usually make a file for Rock, Dance, and so on to make it easier to find the songs when I need them. You can make almost as many different files as you want. I think I usually carry about 2-3 CDs on my boat now that have 600-700 songs on all of them combined.

    Of course the largest folder is "Picking up Men"
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    Registered BigMike's Avatar
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    You guys are right on. I have been burning them as audio cd's to play on my home/car cd player. I guess I need to burn a data cd of MP3 files. Thanks for the advice.


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