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Re: CD-R's

Me too...well, mostly. Mine is a RatShack portable which I purchased used 
someone I used to work with. It was an early one, probably 10 years old 
when I
got it and I've had it for like 8 years. It's half screwed up now, the 
line out
jack is broken, and it won't play -some- CDs. Strangely enough, it doesn't 
to differentiate between CDs and CD-Rs in the inability to play them. It 
consistantly play the live CD-Rs my friend burns me of his band, yet it 
play a copy of "The Essential Fripp & Eno" (even though it's in good 
and plays in all my other CD players).


--- sine@zerocrossing.net wrote:
> Huh.  I've still got the first CD player I ever owned.  I little 
>Panasonic boom
> box.  Works fine but it's aux input is sketchy.  My second CD player, a 
> carousel model purchased in 92 also seems to work fine.  I use them 
>quite a lot
> too.  I wonder if some brands are better than others.
> Mark
> David Beardsley wrote:
> > A skipping cd is the first sign of the end for a cd player. I've
> > lost count of how many cd players have died on me over the past
> > 12-13 years.

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