The standard bitrate for pioneer 192kps ?
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boomer    posted on 08-08-2004 07:42
Hi i just am liking to find out the standard mp3 u can play on a pioneer i know they cant play mp3's but files that are of a bigger k say 228kps than the normal 192k if this is at all possible? when burnt onto CD would it play on the pioneer or even the CDX?
User edit by W.i.M on 30-04-2005 @ 20:44:27 (36%)
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Dogg    posted on 08-08-2004 10:21
YES
Most of the burning software can do that... from Real Audio to Nero...
Lead    posted on 08-08-2004 11:13
Pioneer only reads audio files from a CD (.cda), accept for the DMP-555 which is the only Pioneer deck that plays MP3 at this moment.

If you burn your audio tracks to CD as audio files (with Nero ) you can play these discs in ANY CD player you can think of, but you'll have to convert it with you burn software. The bitrate is not important for the way it is burned to disc, it only indicates that a higher bitrate gives you a higher quality of audio files.
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