Discussion in 'CD/DVD/Blu-ray Technology' started by farmerjohn1324, Apr 19, 2016.
You do realize that car stereos can't play DVD's? You will need to use CD's.
How did I miss this...
Don't tell me you're trying to play DVD's burned as audio CD's in a car stereo...
Definitely a layer-8 issue
Got it. Thanks.
Hang on did you try burning audio onto a DVD? You can only burn it on a CD... hence why in Windows Media Player it says 'AUDIO CD'.
My mum's cheap 2013 Chevrolet Spark supported playing audio from a USB stick and my 2007 Ford Fiesta can play music from my phone from the auxiliary input.
The bigger question is how did the burner LET them do it?
I do not have these issues. I insist on having a 70s L.P. player and a collection of 200 LP records in my car.
I have a dance floor in the boot that can support several people too.
I just installed a stripper pole in my truck.. its dope!!
Yet the $28,000 Lexus has none..
Be careful then. In the UK it is an instant MOT failure.
Wait...isnt the truck just a bus then?
Am I the only one who prefers to listen to the car whilst driving?
I find the sound of a rubbing rear bearing to be quite soothing.
I do enjoy listening to my truck, 5.0L V8 trumps any stereo.. and I used to be hugely into car audio--now I'm going deaf and don't care to 'impress' people!
Think we might be a bit OT lol.
No because all I can hear is the tyre noise from the shitty road surfaces and the annoying noise of my sunroof opener knocking against the plastic shroud.
I don't care for that tone...
Eh, depends. Usually if I have some complex issue in mind that I'm thinking about, I don't even notice if the radio is off. The lady in the car when I was doing my driving test was like OMG ITS TOO EFFIN QUIET IN HERE lol.
Our potholes have basements.
This is going way off topic. It is now closed.
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