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What type of music file can I use?

I am looking at purchasing the SanDisk Sasa E260. My wife has an iTunes account that she uses with her Nano. Will I be able to download some of her songs or purchase songs to be used on my Sandisk through ITunes or do I have to use a different kind of file? Thanks for the help.

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If you buy the songs from itunes, you should be able to transfer it to your sandisk..once you buy them, they are mp3 files and thats the type of files your device uses..
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