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“Pop” between tracks exists on all iPods?

iPoding has performed listening tests on classic iPods to see if “pops” or “clicks” existed between tracks.

“We tested ScrollWheel and TouchWheel iPods running firmware 1.3 and 1.2.1 respectively and found the same phenomenon on each.  Readers have also suggested that all MP3 players exhibit similar behavior, though we are unable to confirm—we have only iPods… go figure—if that is indeed the case.”

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My new IPOD 30GB Photo clicks throughout. I have several other MP3 players that do not suffer from this problem at all. It is very disruptive of the music and diminishes the quality of the experience precipitously. Comingled with spontaneous freeze ups and the entirely obnoxious “itunes” sofware that refuses to load all ripped songs with just a simple “some songs won’t play on your device” message, erratically erases the entire device of songs, doesn’t work to drag and drop, provides worthless play lists, rewrites reripped music creating duplicates and is in general entirely criptic to use and what you have here is an over hyped, nice looking, expensive gadget…nothing more than a device trying to become a drawer sitter! iriver…you are next.

Posted by tunaser7 on June 21, 2005 at 12:11 PM (CDT)

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