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best sound quality in Ipod Touch 5G or Nanno 7G?

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Any feedback on which of these two currant Apple products has best sound quality out of headphone jack?Not sure if they use same DAC or what DAC that is.

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Edited by JoeDoe - 6/12/14 at 8:05am
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He is referring to the Ipod TOUCH 5G, which doesn't have a hard drive.
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Actually i gave up on the ipod Touch(too busy for such a small screen) and went with an ipod 5.5 80 Gb refurbished.

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Actually i gave up on the ipod Touch(too busy for such a small screen) and went with an ipod 5.5 80 Gb refurbished.

Good call!
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Good call!

 

 

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Thanks,now has anyone put Rockbox on the 5.5?Im a bit confused on how this works.What happens to my 50 Gb of music already on the Ipod when I put on Rockbox since the process involves a reset and goodby music and also goodby Itunes where my music is stored.How do i get it back on the ipod if Rockbox doesnt connect with Itunes?Lots of questions here that is making me wonder if its worth the effort.

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Thanks,now has anyone put Rockbox on the 5.5?Im a bit confused on how this works.What happens to my 50 Gb of music already on the Ipod when I put on Rockbox since the process involves a reset and goodby music and also goodby Itunes where my music is stored.How do i get it back on the ipod if Rockbox doesnt connect with Itunes?Lots of questions here that is making me wonder if its worth the effort.

 

Rockbox is a must on the 5.5G..lol.....JK, but it is awesome though.  Nowadays with the utility it's fairly simple.  Once RB'ed the ipod acts like a hard drive, just cut and paste music over.  You can always boot into the original firmware as well (dual-boot).

 

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Well why is it a must?Will it sound better?

I want to do it but my computer skills are pretty lame.So where should I begin?

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Well why is it a must?Will it sound better?
I want to do it but my computer skills are pretty lame.So where should I begin?
Go to the rock box website. They have a step by step that's pretty easy to understand. I wouldn't call myself computer savvy at all and I was able to do it.
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Thanks

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