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CDr's can't be read by our stock headunit

Started by Dj, November 11, 2006, 04:20:36 am

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Dj

Guys.. help naman... our Kia carnival stock headunit doesn't read fake or burned cds... bkt kaya? Any suggestions?
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Quote from: deanj on November 11, 2006, 04:20:36 am
Guys.. help naman... our Kia carnival stock headunit doesn't read fake or burned cds... bkt kaya? Any suggestions?


check mo HU kung it can play CD/R, CD/RW, otherwise you are doing some serious damage to you HU.. like sa HU namin, may nakasulat na CD/R ready sya..

Manga

I bet the file format can't be read by the player. Is it MP3 ready? try burning something of the original format (.wav).
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splerdu

Some older head units can be picky about the color of the dye used in CD-Rs. Try buying ones that use a silver/gold dye (like a normal cd) if you have trouble reading blue or green dyes.

Protege Mania

also burn at the slowest speed setting that your burner can use. ive noticed my car's cd player and the one at my set-up at home can't read anything burned at the highest speed settings and anything above the lowest two and between the top speeds are error prone (skips, some tracks end midway, etc).

deejay

if it's not cd-r ready it won't read but as what have mentioned burining it to the slowest speed might help. but for my former hu, it didn't help. or better yet buy original cd's :thumbsup:
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dracojing

Tsong baka kasi mp3 format yung burned discs mo? Ang alam ko yung nakakabit s Carnival ay hindi nakakabasa ng mp3 format. Try mo yung standard n nabibili s mga music store yung konti lang tracks recorded.

dracojing

Yung Carnival mo siguro ay yung old model.

pinoyseller

Quote from: Dj on November 11, 2006, 04:20:36 am
Guys.. help naman... our Kia carnival stock headunit doesn't read fake or burned cds... bkt kaya? Any suggestions?

lahat ng OEM car stereo can only read original CD. the parts of the stereo is design talaga na to read only Original CD.

onewaytrip

Quote from: Protege Mania on February 15, 2007, 04:59:00 am
also burn at the slowest speed setting that your burner can use. ive noticed my car's cd player and the one at my set-up at home can't read anything burned at the highest speed settings and anything above the lowest two and between the top speeds are error prone (skips, some tracks end midway, etc).


agree with Protege Mania.  use 24x speed or slower.

Territory TX

Quote from: pinoyseller on September 15, 2009, 01:16:21 pm
lahat ng OEM car stereo can only read original CD. the parts of the stereo is design talaga na to read only Original CD.


I don't think so. My stock LXI HU can read copied cds. Its the type of cd you use and as mentioned from the previous post, burn speed should be set to the slowest.

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Quote from: Territory TX on September 16, 2009, 02:26:33 am
I don't think so. My stock LXI HU can read copied cds. Its the type of cd you use and as mentioned from the previous post, burn speed should be set to the slowest.


Yep, I don't think so either. Our '04 Altis and my '06 Civic can read fake and burned CDs/MP3s.

Problem lang is that for some reason, there are specific MP3 files that my Civic's stock HU can't read. But I tried it on another brand of car, kaya naman.

Territory TX

one thing ived learned. if you use cheapo discs, dont get high expectations on it. you get what you paid for.

dwight payne

That's right.. make sure that the file is compatible with your player first.. and everything will be alright.. :)

Quote from: Manga on January 30, 2007, 02:57:15 am
I bet the file format can't be read by the player. Is it MP3 ready? try burning something of the original format (.wav).

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