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I-POD HUNTER

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Gunm, Apr 14, 2005.

  1. Gunm

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    I-POD HUNTER

    Discussion started by Gunm - Apr 14, 2005

    So after dwelling on it long and hard, i decided I need to buy an I-POD mini but considering the hefty price tag, I need to know the specifics of what i need to look for when buying one so i can get the most for my money.

    I am under the impression that not all I-POD minis are created equal with all this crazy talk of "next generation" and gigabytes and tech jargon out the ass i keep hearing from sellers on the net, etc....

    clue me in....thanks
     
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  2. The Leader

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    The Leader - Replied Apr 14, 2005

    i need one of them. you should steal atleast 2 and send one of them to me.
     
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  3. fermentor666

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    fermentor666 - Replied Apr 14, 2005

    OMG??!?!? FREE I-PODZ?!!~!~!?@`1?~!/?22
     
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    8onus - Replied Apr 14, 2005

    i saw an older model, 10 gig one on craigslist for 50 bones today. god i wish i would've hit that post first.
     
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  5. TresOne

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    TresOne - Replied Apr 14, 2005

    I too am considering an I-Pod mini..

    Do you have to pay for the songs from I-Tunes, or can you just load up any MP3s you have on your computer (from Limewire, etc.) ?

    Also, what's the word on I-Pod shuffles?
     
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  6. maltliqourlive

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    maltliqourlive - Replied Apr 14, 2005

    if you just buy a different brand of mp3 player, youll save considerable money and get more features. like ten times as much battery time and a better size with the same memory for like 20 bucks less.

    i watched a tv review on all the brands.

    basically, for the price of a regular i pod or whatever. ..you can get one with more memory that has a color screen you upload flicks for a sideshow on. better battery life and prolly like twenty bones less.
     
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    I-Pods are OVERRATED.
     
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  8. imported_El Mamerro - Replied Apr 14, 2005

    Everyone slept on swif1's offer, except me. Now I rule the universe with a 20-gig.
     
  9. GucciCondom

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    them i-river joints look sexier
     
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    [​IMG]

    This is what I rock
     
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    i want an i pod shuffle
     
  13. Hermdog

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    Hermdog - Replied Apr 14, 2005

    Ipod mini's are nice, but if you've got a shit load of music on file..you won't be able to upload more than 2 gigs. I'm sitting on 10 gigs of music now.

    Itunes is 99 cents per song or about 12$ per album. You can upload mp3s into the ipod with ease. You can also unlock you ipod and share your music with another person that has music on their computer

    I guess I'm a pirate at heart
     
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    kaesthebluntedwonder - Replied Apr 14, 2005

    If you're gonna get an Ipod, might as well spend the extra dough and go with a 20 Gig. The mini is a kind of a rip off.

    A friend of mine has a 30 or 40 GB iRiver, and he can record live music using a microphone, and it sounds just like a mini disk recording (which is pretty damn excellent) without the hassle of minidiscs.

    If I could go back in time, I would have gone with an iRiver because of that recording feature. The iPod has one but it's for lectures/voice recording. Anything loud gets all distorted like you were using a tape recorder, at least that's what I've heard. But I can't complain about the iPod, except I would love to compare battery life between the two.
     
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    SpyD - Replied Apr 14, 2005

    If MiniDisk technology didnt rely on that stupid ATRAC3 compression and sony's wack ass sonicstage program, then it would be perfecto!
     
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