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14. Sep 2011 at 11:35
 
I know using a home brew CD-R will knacker the laser, is there anyway to minimise this?

I don't actually own any genuine music CD's, they are all home brew stuff from downloads.

If I burn't a disc at ultra low speed would it make any difference?
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Reply #2 - 14. Sep 2011 at 11:39
 
RobG wrote on 14. Sep 2011 at 11:36:


Of course I knew that was there  Roll Eyes  Embarrassed

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Reply #3 - 14. Sep 2011 at 11:43
 
tunnie wrote on 14. Sep 2011 at 11:39:
RobG wrote on 14. Sep 2011 at 11:36:


Of course I knew that was there Roll Eyes  Embarrassed

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Reply #4 - 14. Sep 2011 at 11:48
 
IME discs burnt with very low speeds are better tolerated by these players. Played CD-R's for several years with my past cars' CCR2006 without any issues. Then I got a new computer wich burnt CD's faster and within a few months problems started. I am not 100% sure would older CD-R's started the failure and was finished with newly burnt discs but I suspect that the writing speed does have something to do with this issue.
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Reply #5 - 14. Sep 2011 at 18:40
 
Dave DND is gonna shoot you Tunnie, when he finds out what your doing to your player!!  Roll Eyes Grin Grin Grin
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Reply #6 - 14. Sep 2011 at 18:41
 
tunnie wrote on 14. Sep 2011 at 11:35:
I know using a home brew CD-R will knacker the laser, is there anyway to minimise this?

I don't actually own any genuine music CD's, they are all home brew stuff from downloads.

If I burn't a disc at ultra low speed would it make any difference?


You can't any more Wink

The official line remains no CDRs.

You could buy up a decent stock of ccr2006 and cdc3 changers, and resolve your problem that way...
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Reply #7 - 14. Sep 2011 at 18:47
 
Apologies Tunnie for hi-jacking here...

If we're not to use cdr's in the CDC's, what options other than ripping out all the Bose system and using a compatible player?
I don't want to rip out the current set up either  Undecided
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blackviper90210 wrote on 14. Sep 2011 at 18:47:
Apologies Tunnie for hi-jacking here...

If we're not to use cdr's in the CDC's, what options other than ripping out all the Bose system and using a compatible player?
I don't want to rip out the current set up either  Undecided

As per every single other thread, if you have Bose, and want to keep it, FM modulator for NCDx, and cassette adapter or fm mod for ccr2006.

Thats it. The End.
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Reply #9 - 14. Sep 2011 at 18:50
 
blackviper90210 wrote on 14. Sep 2011 at 18:47:
Apologies Tunnie for hi-jacking here...

If we're not to use cdr's in the CDC's, what options other than ripping out all the Bose system and using a compatible player?
I don't want to rip out the current set up either  Undecided

Ah, is yours prefacelift with the 6 disc changer?  If so, much more resilient to CDRs - burn as slow as possible (6x is about slowest media available) and use quality media (Verbatim).  Just don't tell Dave DND Roll Eyes
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Reply #10 - 14. Sep 2011 at 18:51
 
Apologies TB, I've obviously missed the previous threads  Embarrassed

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Reply #11 - 14. Sep 2011 at 19:19
 
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Grin Tongue Grin

Pointless me replying with anything else as you muppets obviously can`t read what I`ve written already - hey what do I care ! Your lasers, and no more replacement parts when you burn them out !

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blackviper90210 wrote on 14. Sep 2011 at 18:40:
Dave DND is gonna shoot you Tunnie, when he finds out what your doing to your player!!  Roll Eyes Grin Grin Grin


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Reply #13 - 14. Sep 2011 at 19:35
 
Dave DND wrote on 14. Sep 2011 at 19:19:
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Grin Tongue Grin

Pointless me replying with anything else as you muppets obviously can`t read what I`ve written already - hey what do I care ! Your lasers, and no more replacement parts when you burn them out !

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And I have nearly the entire stock of 2nd hand cdc3s, which I'm slowly destroying Grin

But the CDC2s, they seem indestructable (laser wise)?
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Reply #14 - 14. Sep 2011 at 19:57
 
The CD part (CDCx) is the same in NCDC units and CCRT2008?
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