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RipDigital offers iPods loaded with purchasers’ music

CD-to-MP3 conversion service RipDigital today announced that it is now selling iPods pre-loaded with customers’ CD collections.

“By combining the leading digital music player and leading CD conversion service, RipDigital has created the easiest and fastest way to make the jump to digital music,” the company says. “Since RipDigital originated the CD conversion service in 2002, the company has saved thousands of people countless hours converting CD collections. Now, RipDigital is offering an irresistible customer experience for anyone that wants join the world of digital music but would rather have someone else handle the legwork. New iPods are delivered to RipDigital customers loaded with all their music and ready for listening.”

RipDigital’s conversion service costs approximately $1 per CD. iPods will be “priced in line with Tekserve’s in-store pricing” (a 20GB iPod with 200 CDs preloaded sells for $499).

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That is slightly redundant. The price is almost that of a photo 60gb. I’d rather get the 60 and have a friend help me upload the CD’s and pay him 20 bucks.

Posted by azn1stknightsoul on May 24, 2005 at 11:36 PM (CDT)


It might be worth it if they gathered all the album artwork, and new how you wanted to label all the genres correctly. That’s what I like about doing it myself—plus you know these guys (plus any other CD to iPod service) MUST keep copies of all their CD’s and load them on their own iPods.


Posted by narco on May 25, 2005 at 12:21 AM (CDT)


What next?

Send us your iPod fully loaded with songs and we’ll carry it around and listen to it for you. This service is a bargain at just $10 per iPod a week. We’ll even provide a ‘damage service’ at a slight premium where your iPod will be subjected to everyday wear and tear to make it look like you have been using the iPod in hostile environments. For our Platinum Customers we will immerse the iPod in a swimming pool to simulate that out-of-hand pool party you didn’t go to last night.

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Posted by Bob Levens on May 25, 2005 at 3:43 AM (CDT)

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