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      10-29-2007, 03:43 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by Z4 Beemer View Post
Brilliant!


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Originally Posted by ShereKhan View Post
Love the reply Viv - absolutely superb!

Carlos,

Think you need to stop putting Aqua (barbie girl) album on your playlist



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Originally Posted by 330cdsport View Post
Excellent post Viv

Carlos, there is a good chance the MP3's in question are out of the operating spec of the cars decoder.
I think there are upper limits like 320 Kbs for example.
You can easily re-encode them in nero if this is the case.


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:thum sup:

Way too much time on your hands mate.
I know Paul!

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right the files, have track numbers right, and there both got ( 0 ) ?

ill try emailing them

whats your email bud? PM me?!
To be serious with you Carlos, as long as your CD has been burned properly, is currently fully readable & the audio files are in a recognised format, then you shouldn't have any problem. However, this assumes your CD drive is working properly.

NERO settings that are known to work are available here.

There is a TSB (technical service bulletin) showing the requirements for mp3 playback here.

To sum it up, the mp3 sampling rate must be 44.1KHz and any files must not be MP3Pro or VBR (variable bit rate) files.

All the best.

Viv
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