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Compact Discs (CDs)
How do CDs work?
How do I clean a CD?
Why do some people like records better than CDs? Aren't CDs supposed to be better?
What is CD Text?
What are SACDs?
CD Players
What types of multi-disc players are there?
Why won't my CD player play MP3s or Rewritable Discs?
Why shouldn't I play a cracked or broken disc in my CD player?
Why might I need to remove my CDs from my CD "Jukebox" when I move it?
What are some things I should know if I plug the AC cord of my CD player into the power outlet on my Audio Receiver?
What are some ways to connect my portable CD player to my home or car stereo?
CD Recorders
What are some differences between computer CD recorders and standalone recorders?
How do recordable CDs work?
Why can't I easily copy some CDs?
Why might I have to buy the more expensive "Music" CD-Rs for my standalone recorder?
Approximately how many songs will fit on a recordable CD?
What are some programs I can use to create (burn) CDs with my computer CD recorder?
How can I prevent creating "coasters" with my computer CD recorder?
What is a "Buffer-Underrun"?
What does it mean to "Close" a disc?
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