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NiteStryker

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#1 14 years ago

So, do you have an MP3 player? What are your specs for it?

I have an Iriver 512 mb player, cost me $120. Holds mabey about 100 songs for me (I have mp3's and they are all about 192 kbps). It has quite a few nice things, such as sound performance (I have extreme stereo sound, sounds like a friggin concert around me), and a built in FM radio. I can store pix on it but the screen cant view them.

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J-Dub'

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#2 14 years ago

I have a 20 GB iPod.

I used to have one similar to yours, Nite, but mine was only 256 MB and was from Insignia... or something.




Rod Menass

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#3 14 years ago

I have a 40gb 4G iPod named Mike. He will be joined next year by his little brother, Billy the iPod mini.




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#4 14 years ago

20GB IPOD for me. It broke about a year after I bought it, luckily, I had the 2 year warranty from best buy on it. Now, they're sending me a check for $300 to spend at best buy. I think I'm just gonna buy an ipod mini and something else with the extra money.




NiteStryker

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#5 14 years ago

see the 512 is enuff for me. I may buy a gig player just for pictures and for any more radio shows or audio from TV shows I get in the future if I get the money, but I dont need friggin 20 gigs. I dont have that much music.




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#6 14 years ago

i just got the 20 gig ipod 4g black and white screen but before i was using a mercury 512mb




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#7 14 years ago

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#8 14 years ago

Creative_Zen_Micro_white-xl.jpg Creative Zen Micro, in teh white. Cost me about £120 + £20 for an extra battery. Came with a belt clip holding thingy-majig (which nobody will ever use), pouch (made of black), a decent set of headphones (could have been made moreso by a volume adjuster though), a cardboard box (excellent to play with if you're a retard with a short attention span), power cable thing (don't lick it), USB 2.0 lead and all its assorted software and manuals. It'll play MP3s, WMAs and your basic WAVs with great sound quality. Its operating system is easy-to-use and versatile, allowing you to do anything from sorting your tracks into playlists, to specifying a 'DJ mode' that'll shuffle through your most-used tracks (or your least-used tracks, or all your tracks, or whatever you want basically) -- if you can get used to the touch sensitive controls, anyway. It'll receive FM radio, but it uses your headphones as an aerial, though, so it's not brilliant. It has a calendar and to-do list which syncs with MS Outlook, and you can basically partition a section as large as you want of its memory to use as a mobile hard drive, which can be done without plugging it in to anything. Brilliantly enough, the battery is easily removed, so when one goes flat you can just put your second one in and charge it later on. At £20-odd a battery you won't really care if one goes the way of the dodo. And finally, it's a little shorter than an iPod Mini, and nice and rounded so it'll slip in your pocket. Looks nice too, IMO, with all the blue glowyness. My main problem with it is the software that comes with it -- it's utter rubbish. I could code better software with one hand behind my back, a keyboard made of cheese, and a mouse that's actually a real mouse that keeps eating buttons off the keyboard. Or something.




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#9 14 years ago

prod_pix.asp?ProductID=513Creative_ZEN_TOUCH-xl.jpg Creative Zen Touch, 20gb. Features a blue backlight and a nifty touchpad, as the name implies. Came with a black holder, USB 2.0 cable, charging cable and software. Plays MP3, wav and wmv, pretty much the same as Matt's only without the organizer and dj functions. I have a randomizer button, beat that.


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#10 14 years ago
Mr. MattCreative_Zen_Micro_white-xl.jpg Creative Zen Micro, in teh white. Cost me about £120 + £20 for an extra battery. Came with a belt clip holding thingy-majig (which nobody will ever use), pouch (made of black), a decent set of headphones (could have been made moreso by a volume adjuster though), a cardboard box (excellent to play with if you're a retard with a short attention span), power cable thing (don't lick it), USB 2.0 lead and all its assorted software and manuals. It'll play MP3s, WMAs and your basic WAVs with great sound quality. Its operating system is easy-to-use and versatile, allowing you to do anything from sorting your tracks into playlists, to specifying a 'DJ mode' that'll shuffle through your most-used tracks (or your least-used tracks, or all your tracks, or whatever you want basically) -- if you can get used to the touch sensitive controls, anyway. It'll receive FM radio, but it uses your headphones as an aerial, though, so it's not brilliant. It has a calendar and to-do list which syncs with MS Outlook, and you can basically partition a section as large as you want of its memory to use as a mobile hard drive, which can be done without plugging it in to anything. Brilliantly enough, the battery is easily removed, so when one goes flat you can just put your second one in and charge it later on. At £20-odd a battery you won't really care if one goes the way of the dodo. And finally, it's a little shorter than an iPod Mini, and nice and rounded so it'll slip in your pocket. Looks nice too, IMO, with all the blue glowyness. My main problem with it is the software that comes with it -- it's utter rubbish. I could code better software with one hand behind my back, a keyboard made of cheese, and a mouse that's actually a real mouse that keeps eating buttons off the keyboard. Or something.

I used to have one of those^^ (mine was white too! :eek: ), but it broke :'(.

I'd never buy an iPod because you can't change the battery, when it weares out after like a year you're screwed.