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asked by Roger S. Gottlieb on August 29, 2011
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It sounds to me like you are talking about burning an MP3 disc, a disc with MP3's burned directly as data files instead of converting them to cd audio files. Yes, in that case you can get a couple of hundred songs on a cd compared to about 20 with a normal audio cd.

With this receiver, you can save MP3's and other audio file types on a flash drive and plug it in to the USB port and not have to use any discs at all. I read that other people have been also able to use external hard drives!
R. S. Luther answered on November 21, 2011
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Did you have the same CD player with your old reciever? My guess would be that if anything is going wrong as far as reading a data disk as music, it would have to do with what you were using to read it, not the reciever. I'm actually surprised that you had a system that could use a data disk in such a way, because I've never seen one work like that.
Xzandre answered on October 22, 2011
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