No, Sony portable radio players don't have CD players built in them and cannot play CDs. Sony does make CD radio players, but they are not marketed as portable.
Yes, providing you have the required ports and cables you can play them from your iPod, mp3 player, etc. However, some CD players do not recognise the MP3 format if they are on a CD and will not play such CDs.
Not all do play mp3 files, you have to look at the radio some play mp3 and other wma files, Toyota 2005 and up play them, some Ford 2006 and up gm 2007 and up
The RioVolt SP250 is one model that does.IRiver used to make a cd player that plays mp3's.Both may have moved on to just making mp3 players.
All DVD players can play DVDs. Most newer DVD players can also play back the following: Video CDs Any discs containing MPEG files Music CDs Kodak PhotoCDs MP3 CDs DivX / Xvid movie files Check your DVD player's documentation before you rely on any of these features. Older or cheaper DVD players may not contain all of the functionality listed above.
not unless the CD player can play mp3 cds.
Apple iPod's are the best mp3 players for play time in my opinion.
Sony still make CD Walkmans, and they can play MP3 CDs. They're very cheap and an excellent value.
The main difference between MP3 and MP4 players is the form of media they play. MP3 players play audio, whereas MP4 players are capable of playing videos.
* CDs * DVD's / DVD players * Computer * Printer * Scanner * Ipod / mp3 players / mp3's * microwaves * software * cell phones
An ipod is a type of mp3 player. mp3 players are devices that play a music file called mp3. Ipods are made to play mp3's. Ipods are mp3 players that apple makes (with a cool name)
Not unless it has the word "MP3" on the front of the radio face, which I doubt. I don't think Ford offered an MP3 option in their factory CD players until about 2004 or 2005.
Your player may not support MP3. Your mp3s may be encoded in a way which is not compatible with your CD player. Many CD players cannot play variable-bitrate mp3s for example. Sometimes my car stereo (which supports mp3) has difficulty with some of the cheaper CD media. Cds which are odd colors are often not readable by in-dash players.
The MP3 players that are available are:Portable MP3 PlayersPortable MP3/CD PlayersConsumer MP3 PlayersCar MP3 Players
No. DVD players do not have the equipment necessary to record CDs or DVDs.
they read the mp3 files that have been downloaded onto it
The Sirius Plug and Play Universal Boombox does not play CD's or MP3's directly,but it does have an auxillary plug you can use to attach a cd player or mp3 player.
It was an MP3 player, officially, not playing them on CDs, but downloading songs on a music downloader called iTunes. It's changed technology in MP3 players.
Because MP3 players cannot carry alot of features, play more songs like iPods and can't play any games. iPods has alot more features than MP3 players. iPods are more expensive than MP3 players. Ipods ARE a type of MP3 player.
Yes all MP3 files can be played on any MP3 player.
Most likely will say mp3 somewhere on the boombox if it can play mp3. If it just says cd-r that it will probably just play regular burned audio cd's no guarantee though
Yes, the SanDisk Sansa MP3 players are compatible with Rhapsody. Additionally, they'll work with any music service that sells MP3 files like Amazon Music or Napster since MP3 files are universal and all MP3 players (including the iPod) will play them.
Belkin does not make mp3 players. However, they make all kinds of mp3 player accessories.
No you can't. mp3 players are meant to play songs (mp3 format) not videos (mp4 format). You can put them in, but you will not be able to play them on your mp3 player.