DVD Burner Issue

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by Dreamspinner3, Jan 27, 2007.

  1. I'm having a weird problem with it. When I burn music CDs, they play
    fine in any CD player except the CD players in both of our cars. Pat
    and I both have Kenwood car stereo systems & the skipping problem
    happens in both cars. I don't remember having problems with music CDs
    skipping in my car with my old CD burner. The DVD burner makes DVDs
    that work without a problem. My Kenwood stereo system is a couple of
    years old, but Pat's is only about a year old. I am using Nero 7 to
    burn the music CDs; could that be the problem? Or could it be the
    burner itself?

    The burner is a LG model GSA-4166b.
     
    Dreamspinner3, Jan 27, 2007
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  2. Dreamspinner3

    Guest

    Dreamspinner3 wrote:
    >
    > I'm having a weird problem with it. When I burn music CDs, they play
    > fine in any CD player except the CD players in both of our cars. Pat
    > and I both have Kenwood car stereo systems & the skipping problem
    > happens in both cars. I don't remember having problems with music CDs
    > skipping in my car with my old CD burner. The DVD burner makes DVDs
    > that work without a problem. My Kenwood stereo system is a couple of
    > years old, but Pat's is only about a year old. I am using Nero 7 to
    > burn the music CDs; could that be the problem? Or could it be the
    > burner itself?
    >
    > The burner is a LG model GSA-4166b.


    Try a different brand of CD.
     
    , Jan 27, 2007
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  3. On Sat, 27 Jan 2007 12:52:01 GMT, wrote:

    >Dreamspinner3 wrote:
    >>
    >> I'm having a weird problem with it. When I burn music CDs, they play
    >> fine in any CD player except the CD players in both of our cars. Pat
    >> and I both have Kenwood car stereo systems & the skipping problem
    >> happens in both cars. I don't remember having problems with music CDs
    >> skipping in my car with my old CD burner. The DVD burner makes DVDs
    >> that work without a problem. My Kenwood stereo system is a couple of
    >> years old, but Pat's is only about a year old. I am using Nero 7 to
    >> burn the music CDs; could that be the problem? Or could it be the
    >> burner itself?
    >>
    >> The burner is a LG model GSA-4166b.

    >
    >Try a different brand of CD.


    I already did that.
     
    Dreamspinner3, Jan 27, 2007
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  4. Dreamspinner3

    MCheu Guest

    On Fri, 26 Jan 2007 20:10:01 -0600, Dreamspinner3
    <> wrote:

    >I'm having a weird problem with it. When I burn music CDs, they play
    >fine in any CD player except the CD players in both of our cars. Pat
    >and I both have Kenwood car stereo systems & the skipping problem
    >happens in both cars. I don't remember having problems with music CDs
    >skipping in my car with my old CD burner. The DVD burner makes DVDs
    >that work without a problem. My Kenwood stereo system is a couple of
    >years old, but Pat's is only about a year old. I am using Nero 7 to
    >burn the music CDs; could that be the problem? Or could it be the
    >burner itself?
    >
    >The burner is a LG model GSA-4166b.


    1. Try a different brand of CD. Perhaps even a different dye type.
    The most common type these days is pthalocyanine, but you may have
    better luck with cyanine or azo. Verbatim uses azo dye. I've not
    seen cyanine dye discs in a little while though.

    2. Try a slower speed. I find 16x is the fastest I can burn
    audio-CDs without having read problems. I'm not saying you'll run
    into problems yourself if you burn faster, but some newer players that
    are still on store shelves have read problems (skipping, long read
    times, not seeing some tracks) with discs burnt at faster speeds.

    Automotive CD players are even more picky about media and burn speed
    than most players
    --------------------------------------------------
    Thanks,
    MCheu
     
    MCheu, Jan 27, 2007
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