Manatu wrote:...any other solution that improves the audio compatibility?
1. Burn at the lowest speed supported by your hardware (sometimes second lowest can be even better). Do not burn with speeds that are 'software emulated', because your hardware doesn't know how to burn that slow otherwise.
2. Use the media most compatible with your burner (trial and error, but usually TY & Verbatim media are good starts). Usually requires Trial and Error and/or the use of C1/C2 measurement utilities (such as CD Doctor)
3. Use media that has the hightest reflectivity values (skip gold, skip black, try to find silver if possible)
4. Try and find a cdr type that is most compatible with your player. Sounds simple, but many people don't even try to find the most compatible media.
5. Try to take care of the CDs (do not leave them on the dashboard, avoid scratches, don't leave in sunlight) and the other obvious tips you already knew :)