#1
I know there have been tons of threads on these, but they have all been classics vs touch. I wanna know should I get an 80 GB classic for $250 or the older video that is 30 GB for $180? I only have 6GB of music as of now. What do you guys think I should get?
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#3
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Apple sucks. An iPod's life on average is about a year. They make **** so it'll break after the warranty expires. They know that nobody will buy the extended warranty, so they screw their customers.
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#4
I'm getting a classic for Christmas, but I've got 45GB of music and I don't use the video feature. So I'd say the classic.
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#5
Oh ya I forgot about videos, I probably should get the classic. Damn I was hoping to save a couple bucks.
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#6
I dunno man, I don't mind iPods, but they tend to break down, I had a mini and the battery went all messed up and wouldn't play for more than 10 minutes no matter how long I charged it for. Then I got a iPod video and the hold button won't work, despite the fact I hardly use it, and the battery is starting to do the same thing my mini did. But this is all from personal experience, maybe I just got stuck with faulty products.
#7
Quote by MurderWorship
A Creative Zen.

Apple sucks. An iPod's life on average is about a year. They make **** so it'll break after the warranty expires. They know that nobody will buy the extended warranty, so they screw their customers.
Eh...Zen has had it's fair amount of angry customers as well. Really Zen, Zune, iPod, etc. all have their amount of angry customers. And most people I know have their iPods last double your average.
#8
Quote by MurderWorship
A Creative Zen.

Apple sucks. An iPod's life on average is about a year. They make **** so it'll break after the warranty expires. They know that nobody will buy the extended warranty, so they screw their customers.


+ 1

Or better yet, get a zune (i have one and it kicks the ipods ass)
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#9
I'd go with the classic, but it really depends on your needs.
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#10
Quote by MurderWorship
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Apple sucks. An iPod's life on average is about a year. They make **** so it'll break after the warranty expires. They know that nobody will buy the extended warranty, so they screw their customers.

Ive have an iPod mini in blue(hell yeah) and i still have it and i got it when it came out soooo, what the hell are you talking abou that apple makes crappy products mine works great even after the years ive had it
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Eh...Zen has had it's fair amount of angry customers as well. Really Zen, Zune, iPod, etc. all have their amount of angry customers. And most people I know have their iPods last double your average.

Yea, I had an iPod last three years. There was a couple times where it was all screwy, but it worked out in the end.

Like Madcap said earlier, if you plan on having video, or lots of images, or more music that what you have now, a classic would suit you pretty well.

If not, maybe look into the Nanos. Or even the iTouch. They both have smaller storage capacities, but some pretty nice features none-the-less.
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#12
Quote by MurderWorship
A Creative Zen.

Apple sucks. An iPod's life on average is about a year. They make **** so it'll break after the warranty expires. They know that nobody will buy the extended warranty, so they screw their customers.

i've had my first gen nano since the weekt hey came out, still scratchless, and still works (thers somthing wrong witht eh software on mine, and the music doesn't always load properly, but i just re-add it and its' there)
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#13
Quote by MurderWorship
A Creative Zen.

Apple sucks. An iPod's life on average is about a year. They make **** so it'll break after the warranty expires. They know that nobody will buy the extended warranty, so they screw their customers.


They don't "break". The battery inside has about 1 to 2 years worth of recharging before it dies out, then you just buy another battery to replace it with.

I hear the classic is sort of slow which is odd.

But there updating the firmware to fix it.


"Classic iPod 6th gen"

Pros: Much better interface, looks very nice, lots of shadows and reflections going on it through out, and of course the split screen. Much more space, ("More than twice as much!") Longer battery life than previous models.

Cons: More expensive, laggy at times (But is supposed to be fixed with a firmware update at the apple site.) Unhackable, can't change firmware at this point.


"Classic iPod 5.5gen"

Pros: Cheap, holds 30gigs pretty reasonable amount of space. Lots of different hacks available for it such as iPodwizard and Rockbox which changes the user interface.

Cons: Shorter battery life, standard interface is rather plain.
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#14
Quote by MurderWorship
A Creative Zen.

Apple sucks. An iPod's life on average is about a year. They make **** so it'll break after the warranty expires. They know that nobody will buy the extended warranty, so they screw their customers.


That's weird, mine's worked for the past three years without any problems