Date: Thu, 02 May 2002 11:00:32 -0400
From: bobandersonnopsamcom (Robert Anderson)
Subject: Re: CDR in AS3


I had the same experience with my 1997 900. The CDRs you buy on sale skip terribly. The Mitsui brand works as well as the original disks. If you cannot find Mitsui, try FUJI brand CDRs. They work well too. Don't bother with the special audio CDR blanks. There is nothing special about them except the price. Regards, Bob In article <MSGz8.79030$EK.52769284nopsam0-atl1.usenetserver.com>, "JC" <johnc_22nopsamo.com> wrote: > Don't know about that. My changer in my old NG900 had issues with "cheap" > CDRs. When I started using green dye or Mitsui silvers I had no problems > whatsoever. 80 minute blanks caused more issues depending on brand though > that could have been a burner issue. I think in-dash players are much more > tolerant as they use newer technology than the Clarion I was using then. > > John > Atlanta > '01 Viggen > > "Renaat Mattheus" <renaat.mattheusnopsamet.be> wrote in message > news:3cceff44$0$6963$ba620e4cnopsam.skynet.be... > > Is it possible to play CD-R and/or CD-RW in the AS3 of a new 9-5 ? > > > > Renaat > > > > > > > >

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