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I have an iPod Classic that I'm using as my primary source, connected through a Cambridge Audio ID-100. I'm thinking about listing my whole setup in the classifieds, but I need to know if I can sell the iPod too. It's loaded with about 15,000 MP3, ALAC and other lossless music files, which I know are worth a great deal, but I obviously can't ask $10K for this iPod!

 

Any advice on selling a fully loaded iPod in the classifieds? I know there are some touchy copyright issues, but it seems like if I "own" the music on the iPod I should be able to sell it, right? What would something like this likely be worth?

 

Thanks for your advice!

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Technically I dont think your allowed to add the value of the music into your asking price. The digital music is on your computer as well at least I would hope it was, so you cant charge for music that you could possibly still have. If you dont have it on your computer I would suggest making a backup to your hard drive.
 

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