#1
Hi Pit,

I'm coming here because most of you seem to be sensible, in the know guys about stuff in general

I have an iPod Nano (5th Gen) at the minute, and because I get loads of music quite regularly, the maximum 16GB really isn't enough anymore - and I'm thinking of getting an iPod Classic (6th Gen), 80GB (although there seems to be a cheap 120GB on Ebay which I'm thinking of getting.

Anyway, anyone who has/had one, could you say if it's worth the money I'll pay for it (£125 for 80GB, £119 for 120GB - don't ask I don't understand either, it's off Ebay).

Thanks,

btw - inb4 Apple is shit, don't get an iPod get the new blahblahblah, how much music do you need - heard it before, not really after hearing it again thanks
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Quote by mattant250

I'm coming here because most of you seem to be sensible, in the know guys about stuff in general


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Okay what you wanna' do is ...

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#8
Alkaline, nope, long time lurker, I know the ways of the Pit - I was attempting sarcasm, evidently, it failed

Equivalence and NITR, thanks, that's a great help
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Do you go on very long trips? Cuz I only have 2 GB and that works fine for me.


I don't really, but I like a bit of variety without the effort of changing the songs over every month - basically, I just want every song that I like on my iPod.

It's sad, but I'm sure I'm not the only one
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#11
So you know what product you're interested in, you know which model you need to suit your purposes, and you know what it costs.

What do you really expect us to tell you? It's a great deal, you're not going to find a better mp3 player for a better price?
#12
Quote by RU Experienced?
So you know what product you're interested in, you know which model you need to suit your purposes, and you know what it costs.

What do you really expect us to tell you? It's a great deal, you're not going to find a better mp3 player for a better price?


not really that, more along the lines of would this be a terrible buy - some models can be very buggy and frankly not worth the plastic they're made in. My initial aim was to make sure that wasn't the case
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not really that, more along the lines of would this be a terrible buy - some models can be very buggy and frankly not worth the plastic they're made in. My initial aim was to make sure that wasn't the case

Because the brand that holds over 70 percent of the market of mp3 players has somehow managed to conceal buggy software from the public.
#14
I have a 120GB classic and I love it. I have an iPhone now though so I usually carry that with me for music, but whenever I go on a long trip I listen to the classic because it can hold all of my music with plenty of room to spare.
#15
I have exactly the 6th generation Ipod classic with 120gb. I bought it used for $110. It was worth. Still works awesome. There's your answer.
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#16
I have a 160GB Classic (the new model), can't remember how much I got it for but it would've been somewhere around $300 (AUD) a few years ago. It's actually brilliant, I can just dump everything onto it and not have to worry about space. Still have about 50gbs left.

I got a small, clear rubbery case for it, and it's survived at least ten hellabillion drops onto tiles, cement other hard surfaces. It works great still after several years and terrible handling.
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#17
Thanks for everybody's help That helps a lot

RU Experienced - I'm just trying to gauge the general consensus, even Apple can have faults.
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#18
I've had a 120GB classic for the last 5 years and it still works fine even though I'm not careful with it at all. So yeah it's worth it.
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Quote by mattant250
I don't really, but I like a bit of variety without the effort of changing the songs over every month - basically, I just want every song that I like on my iPod.

It's sad, but I'm sure I'm not the only one



I see, my computer can't even hold all music I like and its 4x 250gb
#20
IMO it really depends on your music collection.

120gb is driving me crazy at the moment though so i'd recommend going as big as you can go.
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(although there seems to be a cheap 120GB on Ebay which I'm thinking of getting.


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