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Is there anyway to burn WMAs onto an audio CD?

Asked by writerini (154points) February 24th, 2009

I would like to listen to them on a regular CD player or boombox. Any suggestions?

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writerini's avatar

Or can WMA play on a CD without being converted?

jrpowell's avatar

Your best bet is to convert to MP3 or AAC first. iTunes will easily do this. Select the track and from the menu at top Advanced—> Create AAC version..

From there iTunes will burn a CD that will play in any CD player. Unfortunately you lose a little bit of quality going from WMA->AAC->AIFF.. But it isn’t a huge deal unless you are an audiophile. {tries to think of a way to insult audiophiles… Maybe later, I just woke up.}

Lightlyseared's avatar

If your using WMA then not use Windows media player to burn them to CD. It has a nice little wizzard and you barely have to think.

Some CD players may be able to play WMA files directly but it depends on the CD maker.

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