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A question about CD players


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#1 MalwareWarrior

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Posted 12 February 2012 - 11:22 PM

I just recently discovered that you can play PS1 discs in a CD player, and it will play the music from the game. After reading up that PS1 games contain computer data in the "first track" (according to the CD player) now I have a question: Does the computer data do anything to the CD player itself? I also read up that more recent CD players (according to the article I read, i'd say about whenever Castlevania Symphony Of the Night came out) skip over this data. I have a Coby CX CD241 player, if this helps.

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Posted 13 February 2012 - 11:21 PM

I just recently discovered that you can play PS1 discs in a CD player, and it will play the music from the game. After reading up that PS1 games contain computer data in the "first track" (according to the CD player) now I have a question: Does the computer data do anything to the CD player itself? I also read up that more recent CD players (according to the article I read, i'd say about whenever Castlevania Symphony Of the Night came out) skip over this data. I have a Coby CX CD241 player, if this helps.


Shouldnt do anything to your CD player, at the worst it might tell you that track cant be read or something. I wouldnt sweat it.

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Posted 14 February 2012 - 01:42 AM

Cool, thanks. :thumbsup:




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