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These devices make it easy to "burn" the music you want onto CDs. Because it's all digital, copies show no loss of quality.
Audio CD player/recorders let you make your own recordings and play back prerecorded material. They still cost more than CD players without recording capability, but prices are dropping. They sell as stand-alone units and as components of some minisystems.
There's another way to make your own music CDs: Record them using a computer. CD drives that burn CDs are now standard on many computers and can be as adept as component CD player/ recorders, often doing it faster.
Both CD player/recorders and computer CD burners let you copy entire discs or dub selected tracks to create your own CD compilations. There's no quality lost in high-speed CD-to-CD dubbing. Recording speeds usually are real-time or 4x, which records in one-quarter of that time. (Computer CD burners can be as fast …