any 2nd gen nano case advice?
Sep 17, 2006 at 5:03 AM Post #16 of 28

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Is the 2G Nano wider than the first? I'm sure there are some factories overseas cranking out new designs for ebay at this very moment
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It's a tad bit wider but flatter.
 
Sep 17, 2006 at 12:46 PM Post #18 of 28

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Use your volume limiter to set the volume to max out at the most you can tolerate safely so you don't blow your eardrums out. It's a cool feature.


uhh...don't stop the volume from decreasing, does it?

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Sep 17, 2006 at 11:00 PM Post #19 of 28

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uhh...don't stop the volume from decreasing, does it?

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lol no. But that doesn't hurt as much. In that case use the hold button.
 
Sep 17, 2006 at 11:20 PM Post #20 of 28

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Yea, I probably will need a case too.

Bought a silver 2gigger from Best Buy. Liked it, but considered more. As soon as I got a couple scratches on the screen I went ahead and returned it.

Went through a hassle with the CS there, but was able to exchange for an 8gig black. Love it. Already a little disappointed because I just made a tiny scratch on the scroll wheel. I don't know how either.

I'm always like this with new things I get. After a while I quit caring so much, as long as it functions properly.
 
Sep 17, 2006 at 11:53 PM Post #21 of 28

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I'm like that as well. My 3rd gen ipod looked brand spanking new despite being so old until I took it to Best Buy to put a new battery in there. They scratched the back a bit. After that, I never cared so much anymore. I never put the case on it and scratched the hell out of the back since it was already scratched.
 
Sep 18, 2006 at 12:25 AM Post #22 of 28

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To be honest with you, I didn't even know you could do that till you mentioned it..I'm still learning LOL.

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lol no. But that doesn't hurt as much. In that case use the hold button.


 
Oct 29, 2006 at 1:15 AM Post #25 of 28

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Wonder what they'll think if they find a web archive of useless posts thought comedic at the time by their writer?
 
Oct 30, 2006 at 7:10 PM Post #28 of 28

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It's been my experience that most of the cases out there only sort of kind of fit. Some of those here get a bit compulsive about these things and it's the small differences that will drive some nuts.

For example, the scroll wheel is ever so slight lower and on the two cases i have it overlaps the bottom button, and leaves a gap at the top. No biggie but it looks like the case is not on properly.

The location of the headphone jack and lock switch vary a bit as well and on my case the switch gets partially blocked.

Marware's new sport suit is very good and the box does label it as 2nd gen compatible
 

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