What plays CDA files?

Answer CDA, or Compact Disc Audio, is a file format used for storing audio tracks on CDs, denoted by the ".cda" file extension. You can play CDA files only directly from a CD-ROM; you cannot play CDA file... Read More »

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What software plays DVF files?

DVF is a proprietary file format that is only used by Sony software. These files can be opened with Sony Digital Voice Player, free software that also supports ICS, WAV and MSV formats.Source:FileI... Read More »

What program plays RAR files?

RAR files are a file compression format. That means they are used to hold other files in order to make them smaller and easier to store and transmit over the Internet. Popular Windows programs for ... Read More »

What boombox plays CDs with MP3 files on them?

Most boomboxes sold now will play data CDs burned with MP3 files. Here are three for you to consider:Coby MP-CD450 Portable MP3 CD PlayerPhilips MP3 CD PlayerNAXA NX-250 MP3 CD PlayerReferences:Ama... Read More »

Which codec plays .jpg files?

A codec cannot play a .jpg file, because it is not an audio or video file. A .jpg file, or Joint Photographic Group file, is a file extension used to save images on a personal computer.References:T... Read More »