Hi chaps- I have an audio 10 CD player in the car.
with normal CD's no probs,but with CD-R's the read is very variable.
If it finds a track-it will play the rest of the CD OK. However if it is
switched off and on I need to eject and start from track 1.
I suspect the audio 10 cannot read CD-R's I have tried 2 makes of CD (
cheap and expensive) and the effect is the same.
Has anyone any comments on this?
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Unfortunately I do not know your brand of CD player from own experience.
However it may be useful to try different CDR brands (gold and silver
discs) and lower the burn speed. I have heard of many cases where a CD
receiver refused to read CDRs which were burnt faster than 4x speed.
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In western Europe many Merc dealerships with service depts have technical
specialists, e.g. for telephones and audio, who are there to advise
Have you access to somebody like that to ask about your problem?
Might be worth it to supplement/confirm the replies you have received.
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