These days, even though MP3 CDs can be played on many DVD players, bookshelf audio systems, portable CD players and aftermarket car stereos, the format isn't as popular as it should be. It's a shame, since the MP3/CD hybrid offers some practical advantages over standalone MP3 players such as the iPod -- no charging, easy to replace, no expensive cables to worry about.
Making an MP3 CD is easier than you think. All you need is a blank CD, a collection of MP3s, a computer with a writable CD drive, and five minutes. Click through for our step-by-step guide.