dvd players that play mp3s

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by mattruston, Dec 11, 2002.

  1. mattruston

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    how do some dvd players play mp3s? does that mean record mp3s onto a cd and then it'll play them back through the dvd? if so that sounds cool as ill prob use it for my cd player too then as i plan to get myself the kep thx speakers hopefully! (some day i wish anyway:D )
    what dvd players have this ability?
    it sounds like a great idea all my cd collection on one disc almost :cool:
     
  2. mattruston

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    oops
    preferably a dvd recorder that has this ability as well as dts es dolby ex etc etc
    a top ****** dvd recorder that can play mp3s :)
     
  3. Oli

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    If you honestly think they will sound good....




    I aint convinced
     
  4. WBC

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    I use an LG4750 for mp3's. It plays the mp3s well and you can usually fit around 8-9 hours of music onto one CD.

    Don't expect top quality though, its good but it ain't that good!!!

    My suggestion would be to think of it as a convenience rather than a necessity. It's good for parties, you don't have to change the discs and you can make your own compilations. :cool:

    Stace
     
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    The quality of MP3s depends on the bitrate. The higher bitrate you encode to, the better it will sound. Most people look to stuff too many MP3s on a single disk and thus go for a bitrate like 96, 128 or 160 Kbps - sounds bad. You need higher if you want CD-like quality.
     

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