iPod Blues

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  1. Pamela

    Pamela Supporting Actor

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    I picked up a new 30 gig iPod the day they came out and I've had nothing but problems with it. First, it needs reset constantly. This is apparently a widespread problem. My battery also has problems holding a charge. Sometimes there is no sound when I push play. After a week of calls to Apple Care, I am sending it back and they are replacing it with a new one. I am very disappointed. Glad I kept my old iPod so at least I have a backup.

    While I am a bit perturbed, I still love my iPod. [​IMG] I have close to 9 gigs filled up with music, most of it my CD collection (using AAC 160 kbps). Still have CDs to convert. I also got addicted to the Apple Music Store, and downloaded 45 songs this weekend. I've got to stop this!!!

    Wondering if anyone else has experienced problems?
     
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    Hi,

    I'm sorry to hear about your problems with your new iPod. I have one of the "old" 10 GB ones and so far I love it. I am using AAC 160 kbps so far and it sounds much better than MP3s on my Nomad Jukebox and those are ripped at a higher rate.

    I did download one song as a trial over the weekend, worked with no problems. I have a lot of CDs to rip before I worry over buying anymore songs though.

    Glenn
     
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