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waltermelow

I love iPod.
If they have a iPod, you can interest following webs to you:

TerritorioiPod.com
iPodHacks.com

They have many applications, sofware, mods... for yours iPod.

I hope to have helped.


johnny51405241490

i wish i had an ipod. but currently, i'm broke. stupid things cost so damn much. but i guess it's worth it. not having to carry around cd's would be a pleasure.


Mahanon

The Ipod Photo/the color version the the 30 GB is $349 and the 60 GB $499, if you are a student you can get 25 % off of an Ipod at their store or their online store. The only difference between the Ipod Photo and the Ipod is that it allows you to view pictures on your Ipod Photo and the color screen. If you don't want to spend that much you might want to consider a regular Ipod, I have the U2 version but I only bought it because it was Black and there really isn't muh of a difference well except for the color screen and the viewing pictures thing.......


Kyle Perkins

A question about iPods: is it true that they use a proprietary type of music file? As in - if you download a song onto an iPod, can you just put it on another mp3 player and make it play? I've been debating purchasing an iPod, but if the song filetype it uses only works on iPods, I don't see much of a point...-Kyle


EvilEmpire

Ugh, iPods are way too overpriced for my taste. I see them as a fad that will soon be replaced. Those are probably the only things keeping Apple from being crushed by Microsoft or another company. Music players are only going to hold more space and get smaller. They'll soon be obsolete.


Rhizome21

Soon there will be an "in-built IPOD in your cell phone."I agree. They are overpriced. I rather just listen to music on my computer or just read something.


chiiyo

Kyle, the iPod plays .mp3 formats as well as the iTunes proprietory format, which I'm not too sure of. What the iPod Does restrict you is that although you can download music into your iPod, it doesn't allow you to redownload the music from your iPod back into your computer. It's how Apple is trying to stop piracy in a way, so you can't just go to your friend's computer, download the music, go back to your house, and keep it in your computer.Of course, there are workarounds for this, there are freeware out there that allows you to extract music from your iPod to your computer. Also you could transfer the music as data files instead of as "songs". Stuff like that.


Officer Cartman

I have an Ipod and I must say I love it. It's light and easy to carry around and it really lets you bring your music wherever you go. I mean you can't bring a laptop on a subway train. It worth the price and it has great sound. I love it.


konedima

i might buy an ipod if they weren't so expensive... then again, i don't have any money at all, so...


Mahanon

A question about iPods: is it true that they use a proprietary type of music file?  As in - if you download a song onto an iPod, can you just put it on another mp3 player and make it play?  I've been debating purchasing an iPod, but if the song filetype it uses only works on iPods, I don't see much of a point...

 

-Kyle

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An Ipod plays MP3 format songs as well as Itunes formats as well, So far I don't know of any limitations as to what kind of songs you can put on it. And if you want to place songs from a friends computer onto your Ipod you will have to first tansfer the wanted music into your Ipod, since it acts as a portable hard drive you simply place it into the mass storage area, it can be found in my computer listed in the start menu. Don't try to place it on your Ipod threw a friends Itunes program since your Ipod is registered threw your Itunes program.

MajesticTreeFrog

An Ipod plays MP3 format songs as well as Itunes formats as well, So far I don't know of any limitations as to what kind of songs you can put on it. And if you want to place songs from a friends computer onto your Ipod you will have to first tansfer the wanted music into your Ipod, since it acts as a portable hard drive you simply place it into the mass storage area, it can be found in my computer listed in the start menu. Don't try to place it on your Ipod threw a friends Itunes program since your Ipod is registered threw your Itunes program.

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This is true but also somewhat misleading. The iPod can play AAC files(both unprotected ones and ones you download from iTunes), MP3s, Apple Lossless(a codec that has no loss of quality unlike any other non-lossless codec such as WMV, Ogg, AAC, MP3, etc), and Audible which is used for audio books.

 

As for the question of whether or not a file from an iPod will play on other players, it depends. Few other players support AAC, but they all support MP3(except for some sony players). An mp3 from an ipod will play on anything. Other players support WMV, but they aren't any better since your WMV files will refuse to play on any other player than yours (because of DRM on the file). This means that the file format is rather irrelevant because unless your file is mp3, ogg, unprotected AAC, or FLAC (another lossless codec) format it is not transferable to other players anyway.

 

Songs bought on itunes can be put on other devices, but only a limited number. The best bet is to rip your files from CDs into some lossless codec. A lossless codec can be turned into any other type of file without excess quality loss. This way, you can move files about, though it will take a bit of work on your part. Sadly, you can't currently get a player that supports all file types


Officer Cartman

I love my ipod. I have a 20mb one but now they have these really cool ones. They're U2 themed Ipods and I love that band. They're red and black (the bands colors) and has they're signatures escribed into the back. Very cool, I wish I had got my later on because I would have got one of those. Too bad....


badpapa

I don't own an iPod but thought about getting one. What I would like to know is if you can create playlists on them? I believe that on some other mp3 players you are able to create a playlist but I haven't seen anyone with one on their iPod.



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