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How to import CD tracks to iTunes

all good but what if u cant get music on your ipod becouse of know where has the usb cable thing for ipod in stock

Posted by luke on December 28, 2003 at 5:34 AM (PDT)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

Thanx Jerrod for your article ! It has save my time.
After some comments above I realise I’m (was and will be for ever) an idiot and I should kill myself for this… but I don’t know technically how…
So I will hear my music instead.

Posted by Sansnom on December 28, 2003 at 4:02 AM (PDT)

iPod Adventures in the Middle East: Part I

im in Jeddah.
(r u working for Aramco, coz dahran is Aramco’s little city?)

Posted by bozo on December 28, 2003 at 3:57 AM (PDT)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

I have found iTunes to be much better than MMJB.  Check out the download link embedded in the article above.

Posted by Jerrod H. in TX on December 27, 2003 at 7:10 PM (PDT)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

What iTunes for Windows??  My new iPod CD did not contain iTunes for Windows software.  It came with MusicMatch Jukebox which I have found to be rather difficult to understand and have not figured out how to copy more than one song at a time into the iPod itself.  I assume iTunes for Windows is better? Should I download this and get rid of the MusicMatch Jukebox and the Audible Manager?

Posted by MrBill on December 27, 2003 at 6:09 PM (PDT)

iPod Adventures in the Middle East: Part I

hey Jim Reed,
where are you in saudi? I just bought my ipod here in Texas, but I’ll goin back to Dhahran in Feb. to see how it handles over there…

Posted by Bart on December 27, 2003 at 5:25 PM (PDT)

Will any MP3 player ever catch Apple's iPod?

i dont know about u guys but iPod works flawlessly with both windows xp and mac, but i hate using winxp much rather use a UNIX based system!

Posted by EvilGeek04 on December 27, 2003 at 4:05 PM (PDT)

iPods for Windows: It's a good thing?

Heh. It adds weight to the argument that you´re a pompous ###.

You don´t have a girlfriend.

Posted by jonnyd on December 27, 2003 at 2:40 PM (PDT)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

Pretty useful article. I’m not very good w/ computers, but did figure out how to rip cd’s lol. But now i now how to change which bitrate I encode at smile

Posted by Syph on December 27, 2003 at 3:41 AM (PDT)

iPod Adventures in the Middle East: Part I

Is there an Apple store in Saudi Arabia?
where an u get these beasts there?

Posted by bozo on December 26, 2003 at 4:18 AM (PDT)

iPods for Windows: It's a good thing?

IPod ? Forget it.

Creative Labs Muvo players wipe the floor with this overpriced IPod kit.

Yeah, sure the IPod is a quality device, its just massively overpriced.Don’t Apple ever learn ?

Posted by Paul on December 26, 2003 at 3:29 AM (PDT)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

I actually found that really usefull. thanks loads

Posted by fiona on December 25, 2003 at 10:35 AM (PDT)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

Thanks for this article! Really needed to know how to do all this ripping stuff!! Only got mine yesterday, so christmas will be filled with new cd’s getting put onto the computer and the ipod!

Posted by Zvaan on December 24, 2003 at 4:02 AM (PDT)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

Nicely put, know how to rip but have just got my ipod and was unsure of ripping options in itunes, thanx.

Posted by KEZ on December 24, 2003 at 3:23 AM (PDT)

Audio Formats Explained And Rated

You could just read my post above or mail me if you need more help. Its a lengthy explanation but i’ll be glad to help smile

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Posted by Strykar in India on December 23, 2003 at 8:12 PM (PDT)

Will any MP3 player ever catch Apple's iPod?

Remember the name Toshiba Gigabeat. This can be a potential iPod killer. It is smaller and slimmer with 20GB. Toshiba is using their leverage with the 1.8’’ HDD and their experience in electronics to outshine Apple (who is primarily a computer company). It probably would contain a recording ability and maybe even an FM tuner. The dimensions are around 3.5 X 3.2X .5 (inches that is).

Posted by Jack Shutzman on December 23, 2003 at 6:46 AM (PDT)

iPod Adventures in the Middle East: Part I

Saddam had a an old creative Nomad 2 in his spider hole. What a loser.

Posted by TomVeil on December 21, 2003 at 1:55 PM (PDT)

iPod Adventures in the Middle East: Part I

Hey hey hey now, sure I’m against the war and all, but this isn’t about a war, it’s about…an iPod! Yes!
I just wanted to drop a note to noname. Not to make this a political discussion or anything, but “them Americans” aren’t the type of evil, Bush-backing force you may think. Nearly half of us want Bush out of power and the rest of us know the war was a bull act to win some votes. Anyways, just wanted to defend myself a bit. Just because I don’t support the war, either, doesn’t mean that I don’t support the troops. Go troops! Get out of there so you don’t get killed!

Posted by L-Slice on December 21, 2003 at 1:04 PM (PDT)

An iPod Experience: Part 2

Love your article.Its as if i were there right next to you gazing at your ipod. Because of this i really want to get an ipod

Posted by Michael "devilgearx" Ha on December 21, 2003 at 12:31 PM (PDT)

Will any MP3 player ever catch Apple's iPod?

I just bought a 15gb Ipod online about a week ago.  I have a PC. (no mac yet)  I put the ipod in the dock and installed the cd and in less that 10 minutes i had a couple thousand songs on it.  I cant say ive had a single problem yet.  The only thing I can complain about is the battery life.  Other than that it is the best purchase i’ve ever made

Posted by David Carter on December 20, 2003 at 9:37 PM (PDT)

Will any MP3 player ever catch Apple's iPod?

I’m only fourteen years old and Charles spelling horrifies me! For Gods sake man, take an English class!

Posted by IwantafrigginIPOD!! on December 19, 2003 at 2:12 PM (PDT)

Wishing for a play queue for iPod

I’ve just received my first iPod, and I’ve found a way to bypass the niggly thing with the on the go playlist option:

1. Go to - Browse - Song - and play your first selection.

2. Then add the remaining songs as normal (the second and subsequent songs should play one after another).

I suppose the only problem with this method is that if you choose to replay your playlist, then the first song will not replay.

Let me know if this has solved any queries regarding the On the Go playlist option.

Cheers!

Posted by John C on December 18, 2003 at 4:33 PM (PDT)

iPod Adventures in the Middle East: Part I

I live in the exact opposite type of conditions taht you do Tslice. I am working for Raytheon with the NSF in Antarctica. Where it goes down to -50 degrees and -118 with windchill. I have seen one iPod go dead from the cold. They left it in their parka pocket and BIG surprise the cold killed it. I clip mine on the inside of my pants to keep it warm. So far no problems!

Your little arcticle was neat.

Posted by Ryan on December 17, 2003 at 11:48 PM (PDT)

Will any MP3 player ever catch Apple's iPod?

There are three new players that make the old iPod look bulky:

Creative Labs Nomad MuVo²
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0000CG4KB/

Rio Nitrus 1.5 GB
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0000AQIFY/

RCA Lyra 1.5 GB
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00008VFCT/

Now, all these players max out currently at 1.5GB, but weigh in at 1-2 ounces and 12-15 hours battery.

Of course a cynic would say that the iPod currently maxes out at 40GB…

But cast your mind back a couple of years. Creative and Archos had launched 5,10, and 15GB 2.5” hard drive mp3 players. Constrained by their large disks, they were quite bulky. Then Apple launched the iPod using the just-invented 1.8” drive.

At the time many commentators poo-pooh’d the iPods reduced capacacity (5GB) and higher cost (around twice that of its competitors). We all know how that battle ended. Predictable increases in hard drive storage density enabled Apple to bulk up the iPod’s storage capacity and so, too, will relentless magnetic improvements increase the capacity of these 1” drives. Cornice are predicting 4GB this year and 10GB next year.

Don’t be too quick to dismiss the benefits of a smaller form factor. Given that PortPlayer (who, remember, designed the iPod platform in the first place) have released a reference design using the new 1” drives (used in the above mp3 players) I expect there’s at least a good chance of Apple releasing a smaller form factor iPod to compete.

Otherwise within a year or two the iPod will come to be seen as a lumbering, huge dinosaur among sleek mp3 players. You can still buy 2.5” drive-based mp3 players today but, unless you have a pressing need for 80GB+ in your handheld player, few choose to do so.

We are witnessing product evolution in action my friends!

Posted by iPodLookingBulkyTheseDays on December 16, 2003 at 10:11 AM (PDT)

Will any MP3 player ever catch Apple's iPod?

I like my FrontierLab Nexia. It even *looks* like an iPod!

It’s a plain device with voice and FM tuner and recording. A very nice LCD screen. The big draw is that it takes CF cards including the 1GB microdrives or RAM.

It’s much smaller than the iPod and no moving parts so never skips. Much longer battery life.

With the convenience of the cards you can just slide in a different memory card and away you go with some new stuff. All the convenience of the flash players like iRiver but with expandability.

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0000SVSO4/

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0000SVSOO/

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0000SVSP8/

Posted by FrontierLabs on December 15, 2003 at 4:22 PM (PDT)

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