2001 Camry doesn't read MP3 or WMA Help

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  1. batman5315

    batman5315 Notebook Evangelist

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    i have the same car, it plays burned audio discs fine. I used TDKs and HPs most of the time. make sure you have closed the disc. dont leave the session open.
     
  2. TomTom2007

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    Are you sure you have the same model as mine - Toyota 16814?
    There are about 3 different models of factory audio system, and I've got the cheapest and crappiest. Doesn't matter which disc or format I try, all the other car players and cd players play the music perfectly, but not with the Camry.

    Which software did you use by the way? Thanks.
     
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    not sure if i have the same model, Ill check next chance i get

    i used nero to make the discs
     
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    I agree, get a new audio system! I would go nuts if a CD player caused so much trouble!!!
     
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    I have the same model, 16814
     
  6. Modly

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    Just spend the money on something like this. They work fantastic, and offer iPod connectivity for later. I've got a slightly better model in my hearse, and another in my Caprice. It plays any CD I put in it, and it controls my iPod wonderfully.
     
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    Factory decks usually have a hard time reading burnt cd's.

    You can get a new head unit for under $100 w/ aux and ipod support. Installation will probably cost you abit more unless you DIY.
     
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    Crutchfield makes DIY auto audio stuff incredibly easy. They include instructions, adapter plates, and wiring adapters. I've bought 6 head units from them since 2000, and I highly recommend them.
     
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