Rayi Posted May 18, 2007 Report Share Posted May 18, 2007 I have been told by my dealership that if I use a data CD-R in my car CD/mp3 player and it gets damaged, my warranty would be voided. It is recommended that I use a music CD-R instead. They claim that music CD-R are built more to specification; they said that there is a difference in thickness. This issue came up because CD's will not inject in my new 2007 Ford Focus. I have never heard this before. My daughter has a fairly inexpensive car cd player and she has been using data CDR's for years with no problem. Although, my manual does not specifically state that I use music CD-R's but it does state that certain CD-R's may cause problems. So I do not understand how I would now this. The whole issue is very annoying because it is also a MP3 player. I might expect something like this in a regular CD player but not a MP3 player. I did call some local car audio CD player installers and they said that they have never heard of this. I was wondering if anyone else has heard of this particular issue? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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