Audio Formats

by Barbara J. Feldman on August 29, 2006

Although your computer can play both MP3 CDs and audio CDs, most car and home CD players can not play compressed MP3 audio. If you want maximum compatibility, you need to specify “Audio CD” format when you burn your own discs. For more about compression and audio formats, read Ask Leo.

More tips like this one in Audio and Video,Music



Growing Up Online: A Must Have Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Kids
Growing Up Online: A Must Have Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Kids
by NBC News
(Kindle Edition)
i-SAFE Internet Safety Activities: Reproducible Projects for Teachers and Parents, Grades K-8
i-SAFE Internet Safety Activities: Reproducible Projects for Teachers and...
by iSafe
(Paperback)
- Usually ships in 24 hours
Price: $16.35

A Parents Guide to Online Safety
A Parents Guide to Online Safety
by Doug Fodeman, Marje Monroe
(Paperback)
- Usually ships in 24 hours
Price: $9.11


Cite This Page

Feldman, Barbara. "Audio Formats." Surfnetkids. Feldman Publishing. 29 Aug. 2006. Web. 31 Aug. 2014. <http://www.surfnetkids.com/tech/749/audio-formats/ >.