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There is a such thing as SACD which has advanced audio features, but those are still a 'CD'. A CD player just doesn't have the correct laser or stepping motors to read a DVD disc. DVDs are totally different from a CD. Requires a totally different laser and the tracks are ALOT closer together. It's physically impossible.

 

However, ALL DVD players are backward compatible and can read CDs.

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Are you making a DVD Music Disc or making an mp3 disc recorded to a DVD.There is a definate difference.If you make a DVD Music Disc then it has to be played on a DVD player,it's a DVD video with lots of music on it.When it's made there is encoding that happens to get the audio into a DVD audio format.If you make an mp3 disc on a DVD then you should be able to play it on anything that will play mp3's and also recognize a dvd instead of a cd.If the player in your car doesn't play dvd's then I wouldn't think it would play it.

 

Thank you. I made dvd disc last night and I LOVE the concept but I don't like that i can't play it in a car cd changer or bose wave radio, etc. My car cd players are factory installed about 3 years ago so I really doubt they can recognize dvds. As for the advantage of an mp3 disc on a dvd, this is only for cd/music players that can also handle or at leats recognize music on a dvd? Thanks again for the help.

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Yep,DVD Music Discs are meant to play on actual DVD players:settop,portable,even the ones they put in cars that actually play movies.As far as the mp3,if it's on a dvd then the player has to play the dvd format disc.CD players use the cd format not dvd's.You could make an mp3 cd disc it just won't hold as many songs.

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As for the advantage of an mp3 disc on a dvd, this is only for cd/music players that can also handle or at leats recognize music on a dvd?

 

Yep, it's called a DVD player. Think about it. Why would they call a 'CD' player a 'CD' player if it could play 'DVDs'? Then it would be a 'DVD' player.

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Yep, it's called a DVD player. Think about it. Why would they call a 'CD' player a 'CD' player if it could play 'DVDs'? Then it would be a 'DVD' player.

While that sounds very logical, I would think there are some "CD Players" that can handle "DVD music discs" but not video.

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Are you making a DVD Music Disc or making an mp3 disc recorded to a DVD.There is a definate difference.If you make a DVD Music Disc then it has to be played on a DVD player,it's a DVD video with lots of music on it.When it's made there is encoding that happens to get the audio into a DVD audio format.If you make an mp3 disc on a DVD then you should be able to play it on anything that will play mp3's and also recognize a dvd instead of a cd.If the player in your car doesn't play dvd's then I wouldn't think it would play it.

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