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Can I use my DVD player as a CD player?
With so many devices doing double and triple duty, you may not want a lot of unnecessary equipment in your entertainment center. Luckily, your DVD player can play more than just DVDs.

DVD players operate in similar ways to a CD player. Therefore, even though a CD player can't play DVDs, a DVD player has no trouble reading CDs. This means, if you own a DVD player, you don't need a CD player. In addition, DVD players offer digital audio connections, so your music will sound better than ever.

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