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Apple iPod classic 160 GB Silver (7th Generation) NEWEST MODEL

Apple iPod classic 160 GB Silver (7th Generation) NEWEST MODEL

“It's exactly what it says it is. I've tried some great looking, incredibly expensive DAPs - Honestly, in my opinion, a lot of them just add colouration, or EQ, or look pretty. Some of them do perform well, but fall short in many areas. If you just want your music files to be reproduced exactly as they were mastered, with a line-out to pipe your music into any amplification you might...” --White Lotus

100% Positive Reviews
Apple 80 GB iPod AAC/MP3 Video Player Black (5.5 Generation)

Apple 80 GB iPod AAC/MP3 Video Player Black (5.5 Generation)

“ I purchased the 5.5gen black 80GB a few years back in the late spring of 2007. This has been one of the best electronic investments to date. My purchase was based on two key, determining factors.   1.) Storage Capacity: This thing had 80GB of storage, this was the biggest capacity of any portable music player available at the time, and still remains high on the list   2.)...” --Lucias_D

100% Positive Reviews
Apple iPod touch 32 GB (3rd Generation) NEWEST MODEL

Apple iPod touch 32 GB (3rd Generation) NEWEST MODEL

“ If you're a fan of the iPhone, but already have a capable phone/phone contract, then the iPod Touch is a great way to essentially have an iPhone without the phone component. Sure it doesn't have a camera or GPS, but with wifi, the versatility of this device makes it almost a tiny computer. ” --stharries

100% Positive Reviews
Apple iPod classic 160 GB Black (7th Generation) NEWEST MODEL

Apple iPod classic 160 GB Black (7th Generation) NEWEST MODEL

“ If you can't stand some DAP without a decent UI, Ipod Classic will the best choice for you. Powered by Itunes, Classic might be an unmatched DAP and also the most popular one. However, some fatal cons make it (without amps) stay out of Hifi area   For a single DAP 5 stars, For a hifi DAP only 3 stars So average scores will be 4 ” --Alias Gu

100% Positive Reviews
Apple iPod classic 80 GB Black (6th Generation) OLD MODEL

Apple iPod classic 80 GB Black (6th Generation) OLD MODEL

“ I have the 160GB model (the new one). These are a great purchase if you have lot of high quality music that takes lot of space. The User interface is very easy to understand, maybe a little slow because it's hard drive based.  The sound is not as good as the old iPod (5G), the new one has less bass, and doesn't sound as warn as the older model. A portable amp fixed it for me. Overall I...” --yliu

88% Positive Reviews
Apple iPod touch 8 GB (2nd Generation--with iPhone OS 3.1 Software Installed) [NEWEST MODEL]

Apple iPod touch 8 GB (2nd Generation--with iPhone OS 3.1 Software Installed) [NEWEST MODEL]

“I admit: I hate itunes. This is the only great flaw in this product.” --rainy nights

100% Positive Reviews
Apple iPod nano 16 GB Black (5th Generation) NEWEST MODEL

Apple iPod nano 16 GB Black (5th Generation) NEWEST MODEL

“The moment my eardrums met the sound of my new nano, they were disappointed. Although i was using my trusty Koss PortaPros the bass felt weaker than my 1st gen iPod touch. the sound was also not as crisp as my itouch. after a few weeks i noticed an improvement in the sound. the highs and lows seem to be getting tighter, so is the bass. i wasnt aware that the equalizer is something that needs to...” --SpkrHead

100% Positive Reviews
Apple iPod touch 32 GB (4th Generation) NEWEST MODEL

Apple iPod touch 32 GB (4th Generation) NEWEST MODEL

“ Was given this through a reward scheme - and after using a Cowon iAudio7 as my main portable source - I was really interested to see how it performed.  I'm using Shure SE420 IEM's.   After converting my FLAC collection to ALAC - I loaded it up via iTunes, and then ran it through it's paces.  First impressions - really easy to use (intuitive), fun to play with, but...” --Brooko

100% Positive Reviews
Apple iPod Nano (3rd Generation), 4GB, Grey, Old Model

Apple iPod Nano (3rd Generation), 4GB, Grey, Old Model

“ There is only one thing to be said about my little iPod 3'd Gen... I use it for Video Lectures and Audio Books, it's a tough little piece of tech and it's lasted me a long time [since I got it used]   I do enjoy it, the user interface is very simple and straight forward. The play back quality is more than sufficent and when I had music on my iPod... I enjoyed the eq setting and my...” --Mshenay

100% Positive Reviews
Apple iPod classic 120 GB Silver (6th Generation) [Previous Model]

Apple iPod classic 120 GB Silver (6th Generation) [Previous Model]

“ (This is from an Amazon.com review I wrote in late 2008; I still own and use this iPod, and everything I wrote still applies, save for the fact that battery life has shortened noticeably over the last six months - not horribly so, but I can no longer go for a week between recharging as I typically would.)   In a number of circles, the iPod Classic is now considered the "less sexy"...” --amateriat

100% Positive Reviews
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