Currently i'm using Apple's ipod nano 6th generation. I want to replace my ipod. My only need is the best sound quality. I always use mp3 at 320 kbps with Klipsch Image X10i in-earphones. I just want to use a ipod with best sound quality. So, could you please help me here?
What alternatives are there to the iPod classic for a PMP with over 100 GB?
Edit: I'd like it all to be built-in storage, rather than something that CAN reach that much storage with an SD card.
Needs pretty good sound, not too bright screen, digital radio and easy to use.
I have updated the software etc. but for some reason the iPod won't stay in sleep mode. What if anything can I do about it?
I download audiobooks. I do not save everything on my computer. My ipod is acting upand I am afraid I will lose all my books. Any suggestions?
I have some old movies on a couple
but I know itunes will remove them if I synch
is it possible to get data off the classic
The iPod classic is a bit of a dinosaur at this point, with its click wheel design, lack of touch screen etc. Yet its still the only way to get an iPod which can store all of your music if you have a large collection. With the focus on cloud storage in iOS 5 (even if you still have to download the music you want to listen to) will Apple kill the iPod Classic on Oct 4th? Or will they wait until there's a 128GB or larger iPod Touch before they do that?
I'm curious to know what the 30 pin Apple iPod/iPhone/iPad connector (or any other proprietary connector for that matter) has over a traditional USB or other standard adapter.
I ask this only because it has been years since the iPod Classic line has been updated and I currently own a 160gb version.
For as "low tech" as it is now I still use it on a consistent basis due to its capacity and battery life.
I am now getting to the point where I have to delete old music to add new and I'd rather get a higher capacity model which Apple seems to not want to put out.
Is there ANYTHING out there that offers a pretty intuitive UI, battery life, and a considerably higher capacity??
Mainly used for podcasts, but I wish for my music collections to be with me (along with video collections). As its used for podcasts I'd prefer to pull them down over my wifi without having to boot my computer. Also prefer it to be cheaper than the ipod (I dont mind having to add an SD card to bring it up, they are getting cheap these days) This will be replacing my 3rd ipod classic, everyone of which has died in the headphone socket. I've also had enough of slow loading Itunes on my PC.
i am needing to replace my hard drive in my 160GB version, The replacement disk is around £80, but I have come across an external 1.8 toshiba disk for £35 any one know if it will have the same interface and work inside the ipod? http://www.amazon.co.uk/Toshiba-PA4140E-1HA6-1-8-i...
I have never been a fan of iTunes, so when I bought my iPod i decided I would sync it with Winamp or Media Monkey. Winamp monitors folders, but only on load or a set schedule. Media Monkey does it pretty much instantly. needless to say i chose Media Monkey, so far so good except... Media Monkey synced once, but will not add or update any new or modified music to my iPod. I have the 160gb classic black. My music library updates in Media Monkey properly, just not to the iPod. Has anyone else seen...
Has anyone else had this issue? My iPod just flat-out refuses to play certain songs, and even certain whole albums. When I select one of these songs it just skips straight through to the end of the album. I've reformatted and restored many times (and it seems to take longer and longer to sync all my music back to it each time) and it gives more-or- less the same results.