I thought I'd ask here...just because you guys are pretty cool.
I've had a 4gig nano for about a year and love it!! Just recently, I've done a lot of work with it and updating our collection yadda yadd yadda. I've run outta room on my 4 gig and looking for more space!!
The used nano classic's (6gig or higher) are just as expensive as the 80gig ipods. So - I'm assuming I'm much better off getting an 80gig and having lots of space to grow into. Is there any issues with using this in the car or even while exercising? I know it has a hard drive in it - do you have to be extra careful with the unit (compared to the nano without a hard drive)?
I'm not educated on my ipodese (names) of each unit.
I have a nano classic (older generation).
What's the difference between the ipod video and ipod classic? Are they both from the same generation? Or is the ipod classic the 'older' (original) ipod?
Where do you recommend looking for and buying cheap & used ipods?
I've seen them on ebay and I've seen them at Circuit city, amazon, and the Apple store (refurbished)...... Anyone have a refurbished unit - any problems with them? Any other places to look?
And last but not least..... My husband doesn't have an ipod. He uses Windows Media player for his playlists on his computer. He can't play the itunes m4a format. This is the format that itunes puts the songs in when you rip'em off CD's. I should've researched a bit - but haven't.
Should I be able to convert all these m4a's to MP3's somehow?
And..... Is anyone NOT using itunes? Is anyone using Windows Media player to sync to your ipod?
Sorry for the long winded post....
Thanks for the input!