Motoring Car Stereo Part 2

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Ok, got the adapter through, put my other stereo in and it works perfectly, up to a point. When I put a CD that I've burned myself it will show as playing but I will get no sound. Pre-recorded CD's are fine. I have absolutely no clue. Kenwood stereo.

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Kenwood stereo narrows it down. ;) Does the player support CD-R?
 

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Yep, sorry lol. it does support CD-R but it apparently doesn't support the mp3 format. Which begs the question, why the fuck does it have a jack for an mp3 player? Coverted the files to wma, burned it again and voila!
 

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Yep, sorry lol. it does support CD-R but it apparently doesn't support the mp3 format. Which begs the question, why the fuck does it have a jack for an mp3 player? Coverted the files to wma, burned it again and voila!

Is it a USB port, or just an 3.5mm jack? MP3 players don't output music in mp3 format, it's probably just an audio input. If it is a USB port then you're right, it makes no sense as it must have the codecs on board.

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Is it a USB port, or just an 3.5mm jack? MP3 players don't output music in mp3 format, it's probably just an audio input. If it is a USB port then you're right, it makes no sense as it must have the codecs on board.

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3.5mm jack mate. Explains it all. Cheers!
 

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