Question about Headsets
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go to currys if you cant find an ipod and ask a pro
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
A Nano is a smaller model player. Usually they range in memroy size of 2 gig up to 8 gig. The units are smaller because they use flash memory rather than a hard drive. They were desinged to be a more cost effective unit than the standard size Ipod and there easier to carry around if you are using them for working out. The current nano model can play video which is a new feature to that line.
A Standard IPod contains a small hard drive and varries in size from 35 gig up to 160 gig. Most people can put their whole music library onto one. Thousands of songs and videos can be put onto one. If you have a Tivo and your PC is connected to it, you can put tv shows on it.
The shuffle is a smaller player. It contains 1 gig of flash memory. It has no display but the size of unit is nice to have for audio books, podcasts, or music.
The nice thing about Ipods over MP3 players is that most musicians in the world use ITunes to sell their music. You can buy one song at a time or whole CD worth of songs. You can take CDs, load them up in your computer and put them on your hard drive and transfer them to your Ipod. You can purchase music tunes for 99 cents a piece. Videos can be purchase for 1.99 a piece. Most Tv programs that are out there available for purchase on ITunes. You can use them on audible books as well.
You can download and subscribe to podcasts. Most are free but there are a few out there that are not. They cover a vast variety of subjects that interest people. I do a weekly podcast covering local news in the Seattle are for out of towners.
A standard MP3 play can read your CDs once there installed in the computer and converted to an MP3 format. Apple files are done in a different format called aac which is only compatible with there players. Some MP3 players can show video if they can accept MP4 files. You can download them to the player if you have a program that can convert them to MP4 format. If you need to purchase songs, you can go through Rapsody. They handle most of the MP3 material for players that are not Apple and have a large selection as well. Audible books uses just about every MP3 player out there.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
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