OK, I'm installing a CD player for my mom now, and the one she wants...well, here's the description....
AM/FM-MPX Receiver Compact Disc Player Plays MP3ís on a DOS Formatted CD Die-Cast Aluminum Face Anti-Teft Detachable Face 8X OVERSAMPLING DIGITAL FILTER 30 Station Memory: 18 FM/12 AM Volume, Balance, Bass, Treble & Fader Controls Digital Clock With Recall RCA Pre-amp Output US/European Frequency Compatible Power Output: 160 Watts CD-RW Compatible ITEM IS FACTORY RB 1 FULL YEAR WARRENTY
It looks good enough, but I would just like to know what in the heck a DOS formatted CD is. Does that mean that the CD has to be burned some kind of special way or what?
What I would consider a 'DOS' cd would be something formatted with or without the DOS system files on it (command.com, config.sys autoexec.bat etc) but I have a feeling you are looking for something different.
I searched for 'DOS CD player' but all I could find was old DOS (MS-DOS, IBM-DOS etc) music players for actual CD's and I do not think MP3's were even a valid format back then./