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Apple iPod Video 60 GB White MA003LL/A (5th Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Stores up to 15,000 songs, 20,000 photos, or 150 hours of video playback
- 2.5-inch (diagonal) color LCD with LED backlight
- Up to 14 hours of music playback; up to 3 hours of slideshows with music; up to 2 hours of video playback
- Comes with earbud headphones and USB cable
- Compatible with Mac OS X v10.3.9 or later, Windows 2000 with Service Pack 4 or later, or Windows XP Home or Professional with Service Pack 2 or later
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|Item Dimensions||2.4 x 4.1 x 0.55 in||0.33 x 2.4 x 4.3 in||4.86 x 2.31 x 0.24 in||2.2 x 3.82 x 0.47 in|
|Item Weight||6.4 ounces||0.5 lb||—||0.55 lb|
|Supported Standards||AAC,MP3,MP3 VBR,Audible,Apple Lossless,WAV||Apple Lossless;WAV;MP3;AIFF;Audible;AAC||MP3||AAC, FLAC, MP3, AIFF, WAV|
Includes: iTunes for Mac and Windows, earbud headphones, and USB cable. iPod - The iPod is known around the world as a premier digital audio player. Then they added a color screen and photo support. Now they complete the trilogy of multimedia features with a new 4:3 2.5" color widescreen display, and support for video playback. You can create your own movies or purchase music videos, Pixar short films, or select TV episodes via iTunes 6. Connectivity - USB through dock connector, composite video (with A/V cable - sold separately), and audio through headphone jack or line out on the iPod Universal Dock (sold separately) Charge Time - about 4 hrs. (2 hrs. fast charge to 80% capacity) Audio Support - AAC (16 to 320 Kbps), Protected AAC (from iTunes Music Store), MP3 (16 to 320 Kbps), MP3 VBR, Audible (formats 2, 3, and 4), Apple Lossless, WAV, and AIFF Photo Support - syncs iPod-viewable photos in JPEG, BMP, GIF, TIFF, PSD (Mac only), and PNG formats Video Support - H.264 video - up to 768 Kbps, 320 x 240, 30 fps, Baseline Profile up to Level 1.3 with AAC-LC up to 160 Kbps, 48 Khz, stereo audio in. m4v,. mp4 and. mov file formats / MPEG-4 video - up to 2.5 mbps, 480 x 480, 30 fps, Simple Profile with AAC-LC up to 160 Kbps, 48 Khz, stereo audio in. m4v,. mp4 and. mov file formats Backlight Timer Sleep Timer 20 Equalizer Settings Shuffle Songs or Albums Date and Time Unit Dimensions - 4.1 x 2.4 x 0.55 Unit Weight - 5.5 oz. Color - White
From the Manufacturer
From the Manufacturer Note: For the latest version of this item, see the Apple 80 GB iPod with Video Playback (White).
Witness the evolution of the revolution. First it played songs. Then photos. Then podcasts. Now iPod plays video, changing the way you experience your music and more. Again.
Time for the world's best music player to take the stage for another encore. In 30 GB and 60 GB* models that hold up to 15,000** songs, full-color album art and up to 25,000 photos***, the new iPod makes the most of your music and more. Yeah, you've heard that tune before. Only now, you can watch it, too. With support for up to 150 hours**** of video and a 2.5-inch color display, the new iPod lets you take music videos and TV shows on the road.
More and Less
The new iPod boasts up to 20 hours of battery life*****, five hours more than before. Plus, you get a bigger display and one more iPod color--sleek black. But here's the kicker: At under half an inch thin, the new 30 GB iPod takes up about 45 percent less room than the original iPod. Even the new 60 GB model is 10 percent thinner than the fourth-generation 20 GB iPod. More features in less space? Sounds like iPod.
The new iPod is thinner than ever before.
Now you can put all your music in your pocket and still have room for, well, practically everything else. Catch up on your reading with audiobooks. Browse your memories with photo slideshows, complete with music. Watch video podcasts, music videos and your favorite TV shows. Consult your calendar or look up an email address. Even check the time in another city or time your fastest lap. The new iPod keeps it all close at hand.
Spin Some Tunes
The Apple Click Wheel gives you access to your entire music, photo and video library--from one thumb. Control volume and browse using the touch-sensitive surface. Play. Pause. Rewind and fast-forward. Rate your favorites. Create playlists on the go. Launch photo slideshows. The Click Wheel puts everything at your fingertips, so you can keep your eyes and ears on the music.
Sync, Look, and Listen
Playing your iPod is only half the fun. Try filling it with downloads from the iTunes Music Store. Choose from over 2 million songs, 20,000 podcasts, 2,000 music videos or your favorite ABC and Disney television shows, download them to your Mac or PC and sync them to your iPod. Add an optional audio cable to play music from the iPod to your home stereo or use an optional S-video cable with iPod to play VJ on your TV. You can perform the same big-screen feat with iPod photo slideshows. Oh, and you can do it all from across the room using the optional Universal Dock and handy new Apple remote.
* 1 GB = 1 billion bytes; actual formatted capacity less.
** Song capacity is based on four minutes per song and 128-Kbps AAC encoding.
***Photo capacity is based on iPod-viewable photos transferred from iTunes.
****Video capacity is based on 4 minutes per H.264 750-Kbps video combined with 128-Kbps audio.
*****Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles and may eventually need to be replaced. Battery life and the number of charge cycles vary by use and settings. See www.apple.com/batteries for more information.
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There's absolutely nothing wrong with the OS on this classic (Sold by warehouse deals inc.).
Cosmetically, everything was already expected. ESPECIALLY since it's a 12 year old piece of tech. So I certainly didn't mind scratches or anything (I had a replacement faceplate on standby just in case the wear was a little too rough for my liking.).
I was disappointed in the fact that the seller page indicated that the device had full functionality, but with normal wear for a used item of this age; Which it doesn't!
The device arrived with a busted audio jack that only plays out of one channel.
It's fixable, and certainly not the end of the world. But I am disappointed that folks are selling this for $1 a Gigabyte, when the product doesn't fully perform the only function its intended to do.
I'll see if I can get a partial refund to mitigate the costs of purchasing the extra parts needed to repair the system, but if that's a no go then it's a lesson well-learned.
I changed it from a 3 to a 5. I contacted Amazon chat support, and the representative I connected with was super awesome and got me a partial refund that would definitely offput the cost of purchasing the replacement parts I need.
Rock on, Amazon!
I am not disappointed in the technology of this amazing little piece of machinery but I do think there are a few bugs that need fixing.
If you are a PC user and this is your first iPod, this could also be your first exposure to iTunes. It was for me. And here, surprisingly, I am a little disappointed. I already had a sizable library of CDs that I had ripped using Windows Media Player in .WMA format. While iTunes can read .WMA, the iPod will not play these files. iTunes offers to translate all your .WMA files into iTunes format. Don't worry it will not destroy your existing files. However, don't make the same mistake I made: while Apple would like you to use its proprietary format, there is an option to use MP3 instead. I did not realize that until I had translated 10GB worth of songs. I believe using MP3 is a better choice because it is now a universal file format. Even my cell phone can play MP3 files.
It is fashionable to assume that any piece of software from Apple will be better than a corresponding product from Microsoft. Sadly, that is not the case with iTunes. While iTunes will translate your existing files, it will not copy album art. Silly, since the iPod does a great job of displaying album art. Fortunately, you can associate graphic files manually with your files. I also find that iTunes does not offer as many sorting options as Media Player and that it runs slower.
Despite my gripes with the software, I give the product 5 stars because once you have all your files in the iPod, you should not have to use iTunes very often. With so many accessories to use an iPod in you living room, kitchen or car it can easily become your only music playing device.