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sometimes when I play an mp3 disc in the RF stereo,
it will not see certain mp3s. They don't show up as a track.

And sometimes an mp3 will show up as a track but the stereo
can't play it. On these mp3's, the stereo will show the
track number for a few seconds. Then being unable to play
it, it will switch to another disc in the player.

I have reburned many discs with the problem mp3's to make sure
and always the same problem. Either not seen or can't be played.
But the mp3's play fine on my comp.

Any help?
 

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I have a similar experience with my Ipod on my Alpine head unit. So I think MP3 files sometimes just do not want to be read...no matter what the medium they are on.
 

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mtdewmike said:
It's got to be the MP3 files. I don't know what the minimum frequency and bitrate should be for the RF system, but that's something to look into.
Bit rate should be of no consequence, structure should be....min sample rate should not go under 48kbt....
 

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s4iscool said:
Ive only used 1 brand of cdrs and have had no problems, some reported that cheaper media had problems
I've also had problems with very cheap media. Although I get the generic CompUSA and other POS CD-Rs and they all seem to work.
 
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