Reviews and Problems with Apple iPod Classic / 2nd Generation
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Ipod 4th gen.
7 February 2010
Summary: The Ipod that I purchased was in the condition that was described. I wanted an Ipod 4th generation because it is supposed to be compatible with a stereo I have in my Polaris RZR. It should perform better than trying to pick up a radio signal, satellite signal, or a cd bouncing around while travelling hilly, wooded and bumpy areas.
Summary: I bought it because I left my nano on an airplane - DOH! I like the storage size for the price I paid, and it's it decent shape although a little worn. My only complaint would be the weight. It's several times heavier than the nano.
Summary: I enjoy the ipod I use it every day at work and when I walk around campus. The ipod was a little more worn then I had originally thought. I decided to get it because I thought it was a great deal for what it was. I kind of wished that I would have obtained a movie ipod though.
Summary: If you need more songs and you are willing to spend $499.99 I would recommend this iPod to you. This is the second generation 20 gigabyte iPod. This iPod holds about 4,000 songs at near CD-quality. I don't have this version but I do have the 10 gigabyte version (plus another few iPods). I think Apple has designed their MP3 players extremely well. I love the white coating on the top and the metal-finish at the back.
Summary: I have had the iPod for a few weeks now, and love it! I have had other MP3 players and though they are smaller, the capacity of the iPod is beyond fantastic! This could be a 5 star product, but I don't like the cover on the fire wire plug in as I have finger nails and it is a pain to open and access. I am also not fond of how easily it can be turned on when I am storing the player.
low weight + great battery life = best MP3 player available
Nadyne Richmond, Amazon
9 February 2003
Summary: The 20GB iPod is truly a wonder of design. It is tiny, lightweight, gets great battery life, and has a fantastic ergonomic design. I use my iPod with both my Macintosh and my Windows machines. If you want to use a Mac iPod with a Windows machine, you need Mac file-reading software (such as MacDrive or MacOpener) and a freeware program called EphPod.
Summary: I have owned an ipod since March of 2002. It is a great mp3 player, easy to use, sounds great, firewire interface, and made by Apple. Couldn't get any better, right? After running four marathons with the ipod I am finidng that is becoming confused with the amont of power it has left. Last week I only got about two hours of play before it quit. The ipod can also get confused about where it is on a particualr playlist, very aggravating.
Summary: I've had this for a month or so and love the well-built design, the ease of use, fast firewire connection, etc. in most respects this is the best MP3 player out there. However, the firmware/software for the Windows compatible version is still buggy compared to the Mac version. Once it froze up (nothing on the display when you press the keys) and I had to run Ipod updater to replace the OS, once it froze up and plugging it back into the computer made it work again.