bad linkage, but 50$ more gets you 2gb not even worth it.
For $100 you can get the 4gig I think its toally worth it.
The NANO I had didnt sound as good as my Dell pocket DJ. I was desapointed.
lol, if you buy an ipod then you are a victim of consumerism with no individuality, gaining satisfaction from other uneducated music listeners in regards to quality products.
And if you believe all the hype regarding audioproducts and are a self proclaimed "audiophile" you are a self-creating elitist snob. I hope you realize you are just exactly like the audio noob's. You simply play follow the leader and derive worth from owning/supporting certain electronics products. You post/read on headfi what other supposed audiophiles determine to be quality and then take a zealot like stance on those views.Originally Posted by shuRe
A double-blind audio test will own most supposed "audiophiles".
I am intercontinental when I eat french toast.
and you are a...just kidding well saidOriginally Posted by Ad Rock
look a $80 competitor that has better sound quality
Fast computers breed slow, lazy programmers
The price of reliability is the pursuit of the utmost simplicity. It is a price which the very rich find most hard to pay.
Modern Ram, makes an old overclocker miss BH-5 and the fun it was
and you are a bunch of dunderheads paying way too much for way too little is what i'd say
price:capacity is where its at; more specifically, gigabeat F series. 160-180 bucks (depending on the rebates) for a 10 gig player aint bad in my book.
not to mention i think the nano is ugly, uncomfortable, has bad battery life, has poor build quality (scratches only like an iPod can), is ludicrously expensive, requires itunes, and has mediocre format support. when it finally gets rockboxed, much of that goes away, but it'll still scratch, still be expensive, and still have bad battery life
Well, give me a better player with 60gb, decent software and good music quality.Originally Posted by shuRe
The ipod has a terrible battery lifetime, which is the only reason im not changing my current 3g and merely getting another battery.
The Sony HD-5 is my best pick, but I have 20gb in AAC format that I am not converting to that screwed atrac3, and on top of that, SonicStage is a hateful program. So, no good player out at the moment IMO...
In short, both AMD and NVIDIA discovered that their next-generation graphics cards are superior to each others' last-generation graphics cards.
You can get a 4th Gen none color with 40gig for under 200 on ebay just about every day. Nano is just to little for the money IMO. And I do have one
that I paid 400 new for and hate myself for it but do love it.