Apple iPod photo classic 4th Generation White (40 GB)
About this product
|Have a personal DJ with the 40GB iPod photo classic, which is enhanced with a Genius feature that lines up great sounding songs to keep up the mood. The click wheel of this Apple 4G iPod offers navigation by cover flow, playlist, artist, album, tracks or genre. The 40GB storage capacity of this Apple media player easily stores thousands of songs, videos and photos. This Apple 4G iPod features a 2.5-inch color LCD backlit screen with 320-by-240-pixel resolution, offering crystal clear video and photo viewing. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery of this Apple media player, when fully charged, offers 36 hours of music playback and 6 hours of video playback time. Sync photos from your Mac, using the iTunes on the 40GB iPod photo classic and make the most out of it.|
|Model||iPod photo classic 4th Generation|
|Storage Capacity||40 GB|
|Audio Supported Formats||AAC, AIFF, Apple Lossless, Audible, MP3, MP3 VBR, WAV|
|Battery Run Time||Up to 15 Hours|
|Audio / Video Capabilities|
|MP3 Bit-Rate||32 kbps - 320 kbps|
|Max Video Resolution||160 x 128|
|Screen Size||2 Inch|
|Interfaces||Firewire, USB 2.0|
|Additional Features||Address Book, Games, Personal Address Book, Sleep Timer|
|Supported Power Supply||AC/DC Adapter, Rechargeable via USB cable|
|Storage Type||Hard Drive|
|Number Of Songs||10000|
|Frequency Response||20-20000 Hz|
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- bustanpjJan 5, 2016USEDby
iPod 40 GB
More than enough storage. I have 1200+ songs loaded and there is way more space to go. No longer have to use my iPhone for listening. I like the classic, easy to use.
- miguel1058Oct 4, 2006by
Best buy for your money.
The iPod Photo is a good pick for an all around MP3 player, not only the quality of the sound is excellent (you get better sound output if you rip your songs at higher rates than 128 bps, or use the Apple lossless option, instead of the standard MP3 128 bps), and it is even better if you buy a good set of light weight headset and put away the ones that came with the unit. The iPod Photo sounds a little "brighter" than the other models, and apparently this has been noted in forums, the highs seem to sound a bit higher and "hotter" than the rest of the iPod models. As with any iPod, this unit is very easy to use and set up, thanks to Apple's interface, unlike other players where you have to learn a lot of commands and fuzz around for hours to get the basics of the unit. The iPod just works as expected. Thanks Apple!
The iPod Photo is a good unit to carry around pictures that you would like to share with others, although the screen is very sharp and clear, the iPod will never replace the standard photo prints to share pictures with others. But overall it is an easy way to see your pictures and even display them on a TV set with the additional attachment.
The iPod Photo won't play videos like the newer models do, but if you only want to listen to your music with high quality, style and ease of use, along with sharing your photos with friends and family, then this model is for you.Read full review
- 309811402@delet...May 5, 2006by
GOT MY WHOLE C.D.COLLECTION RIGHT AT MY FINGER TIPS WITH THIS MODEL(3675 SONGS "SO FAR" BELIEVE ME THATS ALOT OF C.D.s)MAKS ME REMEMBER WHY I BOUGHT SO MANY THROUGH THE YEARS & NOW I'M ABLE TO HEAR THEM ALL AGAIN WITH OUT DIG'N THEM OUT....(ALL I USE iPOD 4 IS MUSIC SO THATS ALL I CAN TELL YA ABOUT)
THE BACK DOES SCRATCH 2-EASY (IT'LL MAKE U MAD WHEN U DO) I LOVE THE "SHUFFLE" PROGRAM...CAN GO ALL DAY WITHOUT HEAR'N SAME SONG TWICE...MAKE'N PLAY LIST IS VERY EASY & KOOL
JUST BABY THE iPOD & SHE'LL DO U RIGHT..."I" THINK THE BATTERY RUNS OUT 2-FAST BUT IT JUST SEEMS THAT WAY...12hrs JUST FLYS BYE IS ALL..MAKE SURE U GET A CASE 4-HER. GET A WARRANTY ON IT 2 (THE HARD DRIVE IS WAY 2 SENSITIVE)I'VE HAD MINE REPLACED ONCE
- jgreg45292Nov 26, 2013by
Old technology but still functional and cheap. Easy to replace parts. Parts are still available on ebay and elseshere.
- a1stevebMay 8, 2007by
The iPod is a "must-have" for music lovers
This is my second iPod. I bought this one for a foster child who is hooked on music. Of course, that's why I bought my first iPod--I have over 600 CDs and wanted them all in one place so that I could enjoy them while traveling, in my car, and relaxing at home. Even for an older person like myself, the iPod is remarkably simple to operate. Putting music on the iPod is easy: just put the CD in your computer, which launches iTunes and copies the entire CD into iTunes. Then connect the iPod to the computer and all the music there seamlessly downloads onto the tiny iPod. It's one of my favorite technological devices.