Mp3s on a DVD+R??

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  1. CESCBOOM

    CESCBOOM OT Supporter

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    If i burned Mp3s onto a DVD+R, would it play in my Mp3 ready deck in my vehicle (Pioneer Premier 750MP), since they are just data files? On the the case of these Fuji DVD+Rs its says: "Disc For Data And Video" and im slightly confused if this wouldnt work? Thanks in adavnce.:bigthumb:
     
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    Really unlikely. Most car decks do not support dvdr's.
     
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    oh ok, just a thought.
     
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    you can always install dvd player
     
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    Just make an MP3 CD with a CD-R. I recently got a new headunit for my Jeep that supports MP3's and I was able to put about 13 of my favorite albums on a single disc.

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    It would work, if your mp3 deck supported the DVD disc, but because its just a CD drive, it wont work.
     
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    oh ok, i already put the songs on CD-Rs i was just curious.
     

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