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    john-rock Posts: 9, Reputation: 2
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    Jan 22, 2005, 09:26 AM
    Dvd player
    I've got a silly question : is it possible to play a regular cd on a dvd-player ? Are there any dangers doing this ? Is it convenient or should I rather stay on playing it on a cd-player ? I am asking this because I am thinking of buying a dvd player and I do not know if I have to keep my cd-player or not.
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    Feb 2, 2005, 05:23 PM
    Use the DVD Player
    You can play CD's on today's DVD players, however, not all will play the data disks you might be burning yourself. By that I mean MP3 files burnt in data format rather than music, which allows you to put far more on a disk (close to 200 songs rather than 20 or so). If you want to do that look for a DVD player that says it will also play data MP3 files. They are not that expensive.
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    Jul 3, 2007, 08:58 PM
    Hello dear friend, I have a Combo Sony (VCR and DVD player) Mod. SLV-D300P, VCR is working but DVD can't play DVD disks when I switch on disk start running for short time and then display say STOP, If I push play button disk start running and now for more time twice, but then stop and display say ERROR, I clean laser lens, also I check coils focus and traking normaly has 6.5 ohms. Can you tell me if I am OK, Normaly I repair TV'S and Computer's but this COMBO It's mine and I have a book called Electronic and Service DVD This is th reason I make this test before, Can you help me if it's possible. Sorry for my english I am fm Monterrey,Mexico tks my email is (leafargarcav_uac@hotmail.com)
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    Jul 6, 2007, 11:48 AM
    It sounds like your Sony has a problem. I would take it back to where you bought it and ask them to either show you what you are doing wrong, or, if they have the same problem you have, give you a new player. Good Luck!

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