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My SONY DVP-S330 can play Video CD, but not CD-R discs, how should i do? i want to burn and play my own Video CD discs
-- daniel jonestrom (email@example.com), October 18, 1999
I have a Phillips Magnavox 825AT DVD player. It plays CD-R and CD-RW. I have verified this with homemade Video CDs.
-- Mike T. (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 20, 1999.
hi, i also had the same problem...i had to buy a lower model vcd/dvd/cd-r player because i found out that the player needs to have a dual-band laser to be able to play brunt disks. I forgot the site, but search for a list that tells you which dvd/vcd players can play cdr's, hopefully, yours is one there.
-- Ligs (MisTikL@Junebug.com), October 21, 1999.
It could be the CD-R media too. I have been cutting lots and lots of VideoCD and I think Mitsui or Kodak Gold are the best kind. Some CD-ROMs and stand alone VCD player just cannot seem to focus on some media.
-- Rusman Priyana (email@example.com), October 22, 1999.
you can play cd-r vcds because the DPV-S330 has dual laser focus (Dual Discrete)
-- SaSy Superior (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 23, 1999.
I have a dvp-s330 also and no, it wont play regular cd-r media but does work with cd-rw. i have already successfully written and played several vcds on mine.
I used bbmpeg for the encoding and burned it with nero 5 on a compusa brand cd-rw and they work good. unfortunately this model has no support for svcd. boo-hoo
-- krag (email@example.com), June 19, 2000.
I have a DVP-S330 no cd-r media works! But I found that MEMOREX cd-rw 4x works very well.
-- BRAD MYRICK (BRADMYRICK@SBCGLOBAL.NET), April 29, 2002.
I also have the S330. What are the odds that I can play a CD-RW that is 700mb and/or burns at a faster rate?
-- Kevin (BrindA17@comcast.net), December 29, 2002.
use memorex 4x. cdrw..
-- Josef Bell (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 04, 2003.
Even Sony was dumb about this matter - the truth is: the S330 will play only CD-RW's (forget trying CD-R, they don't work). I've been successful with TDK 10x CD-RW (you must have a burner with High Speed RW capability (which most do now).
-- Kevin Konrad (email@example.com), March 08, 2003.