I usually burn an audio CD (as oppossed to a data CD) because the CD player at my desk (at work) is old and can't read Mp3 files. I typically use CD-R (this is the non-re-writable kind yes?) but currently have a stack of CD-RW (or whatever the re-writable kind are) at home and want to use them instead. The mix is going to be for someone else and I'm not sure what kind of playback device they'll have avaialable, so I figure making it so any standard compact disc player can play it would be safest.
Can I use a re-writable or can only CD-Rs be used to make audio CDs?