Yes, any mp3 can be put on the iPod line, you use iTunes fir the connection to the iPod, iTunes will also let you buy music from the apple owned iTunes store but you need nit do that if you already have the cd, it will put the songs in iTunes and then let you add to an iPod.
Fussy About Clock Radios,
If you are looking for an iPod that does not need headphones then I suggest looking out for an iPod Touch. As far as I know they are the only type of iPod that headphones are not a needed item, but the sound quality drops to only okay.
iPod docks do have speakers. They also charge your iPod (depending on what type of dock). Some docks can even function as an alarm clock.
I hope this helped.
Yes, I have the same question, and will only purchase this item if there are speakers that can be used with it. I already have the CA portable digital speakers and use them with my (now full) 8GB ipod nano, doesn't look like the 2GB shuffle is compatible with these speakers.
Apple iPod shuffle 2 GB Blue (4th Generation) NEWEST MODEL
The newest iPod Shuffle is the Fourth Generation. It looks a lot like the iPod Shuffle Second Generation, but it's slightly smaller. If you were to base shuffles off of design and size then the iPod Nano Sixth Generation would be considered the newest shuffle. Also Apple has put buttons back onto the shuffle itself. We are no longer required to buy six or seven replacement headphones to control that terribly small device known as the iPod Shuffle Third Generation.
I think in the iTunes application you can click on the player, and then select a song that is in the player, and then delete it. I do not believe you can delete a song manually from the keys on an iPod.