Apple iPod Classic 7th Generation Black (160 GB) (Latest Model)
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- bignoisybirdNov 7, 2010by
Apple iPod Classic (160 GB) MP3 Player
I purchased the Apple iPod classic 7th Generation Black (160 GB) as a gift for my daughter whose old iPod was dying. Before I sent the product to her I wanted to see if all the accessories were included and test it to see that it worked as advertised. I followed the directions for downloading the software and there were no problems doing that. I then loaded the player with some songs that I had on my computer and it did so without a hitch. I played the songs I had loaded on the iPod and the sound was excellent. I have so complaints about this product. I sent the iPod to my daughter and she was thrilled. She said the product works as expected. I have used other MP3 players and the iPod is, by far, the easiest to use and the sound is superior.
- arneson52Dec 21, 2010by
iPod Classic 6th Gen Black
One word - Capacity! If you have a lot of songs/videos/movies from iTunes, you won't be dissatisfied. Has the "classic" click wheel. I love it. Screen has good resolution and size for movies, and videos. I listen to music mostly, but long travel distances, allow to me watch and listen. I placed it in a switcheasy case immediately. This is also a very good case for looks, style and use.
There are also games and audio books that can be added for your pleasure. I have one book downloaded. No problems reading from the screen, for me. Other apps included are: calendar, contact list, alarms, clock, stop watch and 3 games.
One down side for me. It is heavy. You will feel it in your jacket or pants pockets.
Obviously there is no touch screen, so if this is your need, you'll want to get an iPod touch. It will NOT have the capacity though! Your choice...Read full review
- generaldespairMar 9, 2011by
Everything I expected
I finally took the plunge to purchase an iPod Classic 160GB model after years of putting it off. I've had a good deal of mp3 players (especially grey market or international models) so there were features I had grown accustomed to that had me hesitating. I wanted large capacity. I like to have all my music (or most of it) wherever I go. I wanted a simple interface. Decent sound is important but the music I listen to isn't "designed" for the most pleasant of auditory experiences. The iPod has all of these features. It's exactly what I need. Not exactly what I want but that's life. What could make it better? For one, it should act exactly like a hard drive. 160GB in my pocket should be more useful than just a music player which also digresses into another possible feature: the ability to upgrade the drive itself. I knew this ahead of time when I purchased the player but it's a point that needs to be made. Proprietary formats/designs only hinder customers. Apple, for all that it has done to make computing 'easier' for mass market consumers, continues to try and control the way they use their products. Another point on that, music organization on the iPod and in iTunes is definitely not as flexible as I'd like. I'm a nerd when it comes to my mp3s. I want them organized in such a manner that there is a minimal amount of folders with the maximum amount of organization. Creating a folder for every single artist (regardless of how many songs of theirs I have) only makes for lengthy searches through the menu. I'm happy with the way the iPod performs according to Apple's design. There's nothing here that says poor manufacturing or hurried design. I just know that it could be better.Read full review
- post142Feb 3, 2016Verified purchase - NEWby
Very good product, easy to use and the sound quality is good. Plenty of storage. The only complaint is the price and the fact that Apple stopped making it.
- pweenelsonJan 31, 2016Verified purchase - USEDby
iPod classic 7th generation
Love my iPod classic!