Trying to make cd i made w/ ION EZVynel Turn table to work

Help! Ibought all new equiptment to digitize my record collection. New Sony reciever, 5 cd disk deck and ION EZVynel turntable.
I play a tune on turntable which digitizes and places files on hard drive. Media player formats them as WAV files. Install blank CD (cd-r)
and burn disk. place disk in sony cd changer and nothing. Bear in mind cd changer plays store bought cd's fine. Tryed 2 formats. MP3 and Wav. Same outcome. Took cd's to my car stereo and it displayed "TRK 1" but then changed to an error message and ejected disk. Any help is greatly appriciated.

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Did you try making an AudioCD?

I use software CDBURNERXP to make my AudioCDs.

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Answer to Audio cd

Yes. Tried Audio and data. No luck. How does cdburnerxp work for you? What file format does it make (or does it make more than one). ? Thanks!

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It does not make a file format.

It can make AudioCDs. There are long tutorials about AudioCDs and how to make them. Here you seem off track (pun intended) by working to make files and putting files on the CD. That would not be an AudioCD.

Try this.

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OK Thanks

I will, thanks. One thing, though. On media player under the burn tab there options drop down menu that calls for "data" or "audio". Is that the audio you are refering to?

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Yes give it a try and...

use "audio".

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Blunt I am.

I don't use Windows Media Player. It's been too unreliable for me.

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