CD-R vs. CD-RW
I’m a little confused. I think.
I know that CD-R is CD Read only and CD-RW s CD read-write. That means that I can reuse a CD-RW but not a CD-R, right?
So if I want to burn a compact disc from iTunes to use in my car, my best bet is a CD-R, is that right?
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For audio CDs, I definitely recommend CD-Rs.
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If you have your heart set on making a CD of songs to use for a short time and then making a new mix on the same CD, there are some special CD players that can read CD-RW discs. Also, there are some that can even read data CDs with MP3 files on them.
However, these players will probably cost enough that you might be better off buying a true portable MP3 player like a Rio.
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