CDJ-200 and MP3-CDs
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zer0    posted on 03-11-2008 16:46
I have a question about the CDJ200/400. I got alot of Mp3-files on my external hdd, its formated as NTFS.
So i want to know what is better for me. Burn my mp3-files as *.wav on a CD or as *.mp3. Some tracks on a CD i burned dont work on my CDJ-200 (get my CDJ400 on christmas). Is it better to use normal cds or mp3cds with a CDJ? All the CDs i bought work fine on it.
(sorry for my bad english)

Ziax    posted on 03-11-2008 16:52
I think working with normal audio cd's is the best.
Why?
-the cd player reads these cd's faster
-the pitch range with mp3 files is maximum 16%


but it's your own choise.
-On an MP3 cd you can orden your music in different folders and search in it (works fast and easy)
-Less work to burn 1 mp3 cd than maybe 3 or 4 MP3 cd's (depends on how big your tracks are of course)

Hope you can do something with this.

Kind regards
Marrabas    posted on 19-01-2009 10:23
with a cd player it's very very better play with a cd audio. mp3 gets a lot of problems even with the samplers... Thumbs Up
Kevlar    posted on 19-01-2009 11:04
Also, if you have a CDJ 400; the wide function (pitch +- 100%) will only work with normal audio CD's.
Lead    posted on 19-01-2009 11:23
CDJ-200 does not read WAV written ad data on a CD, make proper Audio CD's instead.

That's the way to go, I never use MP3 CD's in the deck, no matter how good the decks are, MP3 just works slower than real audio CD's. Also the pitch and some loop functionality works better for audio CD's.
Let the BASS be louder
Leoo    posted on 19-01-2009 11:31
Maar (ff in het nederlands).. als ik van beatport mp3's koop..hoe brand ik deze dan als een audio cd?

(misschien een noobig vraagje maar okCool)
Stefjuuh    posted on 19-01-2009 12:28
Poster: Leoo
Maar (ff in het nederlands).. als ik van beatport mp3's koop..hoe brand ik deze dan als een audio cd?

(misschien een noobig vraagje maar okCool)[/blockquote]

Itunes? Or nero, of any other burn programm. Just select audio cd, it should not be more then 80 minutes! Otherwise you make an mp3 disk
 
Leoo    posted on 20-01-2009 10:58
ow dus het is zo simpel..ik ga er eens naar kijken!..tnX


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