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|Modified Super Size + Apple iPod 4th Gen. U2 Special Edition (116 GB)|
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|Fill each moment with music from the iPod Classic 4th Generation U2 Special Edition (20GB) media player. With a 160 x 128 two-inch monochrome LCD, this Apple media player shows you track and artist information, and the ultra-portable design lets you take it with you wherever you go. You can store up to 5,000 songs on the 20GB hard drive of this easy-to-connect 20GB MP3 player which comes with a wired remote connector. The Click Wheel on this Apple media player and the center and auxiliary buttons are touch-sensitive and make for easy navigation. This 20GB MP3 player boasts a 12-hour battery life and is black with a red scroll-wheel in collaboration with the 2004 U2 album. Let the sleek and portable iPod Classic 4th Generation U2 Special Edition (20GB) drive away your blues.|
|Model||iPod classic 4th Generation U2 Special Edition (20 GB)|
|MPN||M9787B/A, M9787LL/A, M9787X/A|
|Storage Capacity||20 GB|
|Audio Supported Formats||AAC, AIFF, Apple Lossless, Audible, MP3, MP3 VBR, WAV|
|Battery Run Time||Up to 12 Hours|
|Audio / Video Capabilities|
|MP3 Bit-Rate||32 kbps - 320 kbps|
|Screen Size||2 Inch|
|Interfaces||Firewire, USB 2.0|
|Additional Features||Address Book, Games, Sleep Timer, Voice Recorder|
|Supported Power Supply||AC/DC Adapter, Internal Battery, Rechargeable via FireWire cable, Rechargeable via USB cable|
|Storage Type||Built-in Memory, Hard Drive|
|Frequency Response||20-20000 Hz|
Average review score based on 155 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
It has a ton of space, and pretty decent sound quality. I don't really like that it doesn't have a video player, and that the battery life is so short. My Sandisk MP3 player has 22 hour battery life! I don't like the whole iTunes set up, but there is awesome software out there so you can use Windows Media Player. I think that's pretty awesome. All in all I think the iPod is nice, kinda chunky, but nice. I don't think it's the best thing out there though. Really this particular iPod model isn't the best for portablity as it's rather bulky and heavy, but it's still pretty cool. I'd recommend it if you can find it at a decent price and have compatible software.
the Apple iPod classic 4th Generation (20 GB) is cheap. It is so simple to use and has plenty of memory.
The Ipod 4th Gen classic 20 gb, is a standard mp3 player. This can be used as an external hard drive. hold photos, and data.
i have bought several ipods, and after changing the battery, they come to life with the seller's music. 4th generation classics only offer a choice of erase the music and sync to your own computer's music, or listen to what music it came with. this 5th generation classic allowed adding its contents to my music, except for itunes purchases. it even had 10.2 gigs of music stored as a file on disc. but it had a broken cable to the lock button.
you can buy these as a gamble on the type of music they hold, but if you do that, are you really into music? these ipods are great if you want to copy your cd's onto your coputer using itunes, and then carry hundreds of albums in your shirt-pocket, yo listen to on headphones, car radio, or home stereo.
i like the simplicity. monochrome screen, simple backlight, and the buttons are easy to use. with the dock connector, which is a recently new feature when this ipod first emerged, is very helpful for once you buy it, that same USB cable used to sync the ipod, can be plugged into many aftermarket radio decks, AC converters, and much more. there are also so many more accessories such as the iHome, speaker towers and much more that work with this ipod. this ipod is for the person who wants one, but doesn't need to pay $300 for basically, a color screen, 100gb bigger HDD, and can choose between silver or black. i think the original white ipods are the best, andi would never buy one that is newer than 4th generation.