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  1. iBilo is offline ;)
     
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    Default Anyone who has the new iPod nano...

    Can you do a review for me please? I'm looking at one because they're cheap and I wouldn't mind videos and stuff.

    Cheers.


  2. Microphone is offline #Myk2016
       
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    Im listening to mine right now

    First thing I must say is Its a must, buying the Rubber Protection thing for the outside ( you know what i mean, And not what you dirty minded people are currently thinking)

    Mines Broke 2 times already, But nothing the Restore to Default button in Itunes cant Handle

    I think its Brilliant, i only have the 4gb since i tend to delete songs as new ones go on, And its been worth its money already
    Interface is brilliant, Screen good quality, And nice and bright , scroller thing very easy to control, no matter what some people say

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  3. t.
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    Personally I hate all the rubber protective garb. Most people buy the Nano because its small and aesthetically pleasing then void both with some rubber case. First thing you will want to do is get some decent earphones. The ones Apple supply are better than those of old, but they are still way short of the mark. Get some Sennheiser's or something.

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  4. khevolution is offline Most likely To Hit a Tree
     
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    yeah im thinking about getting a new ipod some time soon as mine has completly died on me 3 years isn't too bad concidering the abuse i gave it, don't think i would get the nano tho, way too small for me

  5. EW
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    Don't get the nano its just to small i can see the appeal cheap, easy but go for the more beefy classic 80gb just enough...
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  6. t.
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    lol. If we're going to give advice he doesn't want then hell buy a Zune. Oh no they discontinued it before it ever got to Europe. Stick with your Nano it will just teach you to weed out all the crap "filler" tracks you'll have.

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  7. ExplosiveGoats is offline Car Aficianado
     
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    Not a fan of the nano, i have the touch.


  8. EW
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    Quote Originally Posted by RH12234 »
    Not a fan of the nano, i have the touch.
    *evils* santan's ipod
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  9. Who
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    for nano money, you can get a much better creative zen.
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  10. RB26DETT is offline Banned
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    Quote Originally Posted by elliottwoodruff »
    *evils* santan's ipod
    i have one

    my friend has one of those new nano's and tbh i don't like it for watching videos. i'd get the ipod classic or look for a ipod video if there still are.

    you may want to consider a zen or zune. i don't know if zune's are good but zen's are pretty good.


 

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