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    Will I notice any difference burning music onto CD rom or DVD rom

    Will their be any difference in quality burning from my DVD and CD rom.All I have read is that DVD players don't sound as good,and does the cost of the drive matter much.I'm just using the stock ones LG multi layer burner new and some cd from around 2003 about 30 each.

    Thanks for any advice

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    Are you burning CDs, or just CD-ROMs of music files? If you are burning CDs to play in an old-fashioned CD player, then use the CD drive and burn at the lowest speed. Doesn't affect the sound, but much less likely to get the dreaded "nO dISC" message.

    If you are burning data discs, it won't matter.

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    Yes,music file downloads,burned on PC CD-R to be used on home CD Player.
    If I burned the files on a DVD rom will it sound the same

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    A home CD player won't read a DVD-ROM, surely?

    If you are burning a disc of files (mp3, FLAC or whatever) it won't matter.
    If you are burning an Audio CD, then it might.

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    DVD disc will only play in a DVD player/blu ray/PC drive, not a CD player.
    Also bear in mind that a burnt DVD will typically last about 5 years before becoming unplayable!
    Many blu ray players will play content from a Hard drive, which, importantly, can be backed up!
    If it ain't going in, it ain't coming out

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