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Want to know how many songs ipod nano holds

Last disc in ipod would not execpt total tunes on ipod at the moment is 1,190

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It would vary as its 4gb but depending the size of your mp3 or since your ripping from CD it'd probably be a high bit rate so more space could you not clear out some space?
4gb usually holds 1,000 songs based off a 4 minute interval

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The ipod nano that is 4GB holds only about 1,200. a 2GB would Hold about Around 500 songs, but also depends on the song's length, bitrate, format, ect. For a 6GB not every song is the same size so there is no way to make an exact answer unless every song was the same size. But its around 5000. An 8GB holds about 2000 songs, but with the same price, you can get the 30Gb Video Ipod,

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