Converting MP3's to MPEG ???

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  1. RICKIEFRAT

    RICKIEFRAT La Cosa Nostra

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    My girl has a Honda Civic with a stock CD head unit. Her radio will not MP3's. Is there a program that I cna use to change formats from MP3 to Mpeg so
    I can burn it to a CD-R and she can listen to the music?

    Thanks for the help ................................. :bowdown:
     
  2. deusexaethera

    deusexaethera OT Supporter

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    Wha...? (shakes his head violently)

    CDs don't use MPEG audio. They use WAV audio. Windows Media Player can convert mp3s to WAV audio and burn it to a CD in one easy step. Just find the "Burn" tab in WMP, load a list of songs into the list, and tell it to start burning.
     
  3. howste

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    Yeah, ditto. Pretty much any burning software will convert it back to a WAV for a "normal" audio CD.
     

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