That is not correct. The Audio CDR's are for recording on a home CD music writing unit and the atip contains the information for the writer to recognise it is a CDR that it can write to. If you are burning music on a PC it is better to use data CDR's. They are generally better quality than audio CDR's as data is not as forgiving on bad bytes as audio. A missed or bad byte on audio wouldn't be noticed but with data it would mean the difference between a file working or not working.
Home and car CD players arequite happy to play standard data CDR's with music burnt on a PC, as long as the player is CDR compatible. Most modern ones are but some older ones are not. If a player is not CDR compatible, it won't play either type of CDR anyway.
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