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does the 868 play mp3 off a dvdr disc ???

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by philinman, Mar 5, 2004.

  1. philinman

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    says it all in the title i have tried but cant get it work i have done on very cheap players filled the dvd rw with mp3 and it played them no hassels . but i cant get the pioneer to work any ideas :hiya:
     
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    Mine doesn't, only off CD. :(
     
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    I've yet to spot any DVD player that'll read mp3 off DVDR yet. :(
     
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    KiSS players do, as well as DivX, XVid and other formats. They're not great machines and can be somewhat quirky but for an MP3 jukebox they're pretty good.
     
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    the one that i got it to work on was some cheap chinease rubbish that didnt even have brand on you would of thought the pioneer flag ship would be capable of doimg this :confused: :confused:
     
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    I agree with you, it's cretinous that the player software checks to see what sort of media is loaded and then only has a subset of file formats it'll look for. :thumbsdow
     

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