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    whats the best CD burner program for a MAC?
    titles says its all....on my old PC i used aHead NERO......but now that i have a MAC i dont know what the best program to use to burn CDs is

    what do you guys use???

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    Music CD's = iTunes

    Data CD'S = Finder
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    I use Toast. Copies CD & DVDs.

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    Like DB stated, you can use Finder for data and iTunes for music. If you want a program that is like Nero and does it all, Roxio Toast. I am a Nero lover also and Toast was easy to get used to after years of Nero on the PC.

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    Another vote for toast, itunes gives me problems sometimes with burning audio discs Toast does everything I need.

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    I also use Toast. No headaches, no fuss CD/DVD burns every time.

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    Toast 6 works for me evertytime. But I use toast 8 for direct cd to cd burning with my imac. I don't like version 8 but version 6 doesn't do that cd to cd burning I sometimes need.

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    Toast 8 All The Way! Worth the $$

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    Definately go for toast if you want something that does everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by D3v1L80Y View Post
    Music CD's = iTunes

    Data CD'S = Finder
    exactly what i do

    i know that toast looks fancy and can probably do some more stuff but all i need it to burn a music cd for a car journey or a cd or dvd of photos to show family and friends.

    easy peasy !

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    toast 8 is the best IMO

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    Toast 8 is good, but maybe to over the top in many cases. I never use Disco, because I hardly burn discs as such, but I have it (because I got it free) and it seems to be pretty sweet.
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