Recordable Audio CD

  lightfeet 00:07 09 Apr 2005
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Does anyone know if there are any technical differences between Recordable Audio CDs & normal 700MB Recordable CDs? For instance could an Audio CD be used for recording video or a computer program?

  AndySD 03:09 09 Apr 2005

"Could an Audio CD be used for recording video or a computer program?" yes the difference is money is paid to the record i

  ICF 07:38 09 Apr 2005
  ICF 07:40 09 Apr 2005

Sorry look at FAQ 7.17 from the above click here

  lightfeet 07:45 09 Apr 2005

Thanks for your reply AndySD. What prompted the question was that I was given a short home video on a TDK CD-RXG Audio Recordable CD. when I tried to run it it wasn't recognised & I received "Please insert a disk" request. This made me wonder whether there were any differences between the CD types, so from your reply it appears that it was probably a recording problem rather than a disk problem. Many thanks

  lightfeet 07:52 09 Apr 2005

Also thank you ICF for your interesting link which compehensively answered my question

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