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Zune 120 GB Video MP3 Player (Black)
- IMPORTANT: Allow your Zune to charge for 30 minutes then disconnect and reconnect the cable to turn on the player
- Listen to your favorite FM radio stations and click to tag the songs you like for later purchase when you sync your device with your PC
- Download millions of tracks, whole albums, or playlists with the Zune Pass subscription service; extend your subscription online or by purchasing a Zune Pass card
- Connect to your home wireless network and remotely sync your Zune device with your PC collection from your dock, AC adapter, or speaker dock accessory
- 120 GB capacity for up to 30,000 songs, 25,000 photos, or 375 hours of video
- 3.2-inch color LCD with 320 x 240 pixel display resolution
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Massive capacity in a deluxe device that delivers uncompromised audio and video quality, the Zune 120 GB can fit a huge collection and still have room for videos, podcasts, and more. This major player hooks up with innovative discovery features like Buy from FM and wireless sharing, so you never stop gobbling tunes. It holds up to 30,000 songs, 25,000 pictures, or 375 hours of video. Watch a demo on Zune.
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The case has held up great so far; no scratches, and it's been put in the same pocket with my cell phone sometimes, though I usually keep it separate. The screen looks great, the buttons are easy to use and the standard earbuds aren't uncomfortable like the iPod's were, so I haven't had to buy the expensive ones I was expecting to.
The software interface is easy to use and I haven't had a single issue with it. I've only downloaded a few hundred songs so far and a half-dozen half-hour long videos, so I have a ton of space left. I haven't used the wi-fi feature much yet, but I expect to get a lot of use out of it in the fall. I think the images look great; while it'd be cool to update to the HD version, I don't really think it's necessary to get really good viewing performance.
Sound quality is very good, much better than the iPod I was using before. If people are having issues with it, they might want to look into their headphones, because I've had friends who all have other brands of players listen to my Zune and they all say the quality of sound is better than with their players.
The big issue with this Zune is the battery life. When I first charged up, it seemed to be fine for a few weeks, then the indicator would show about a half battery, but it would die out. So I'd recharge and it did it again. I finally checked the official Zune forums and saw they recommend you "reset" your Zune battery by completely draining it (running it all the way down - which isn't as easy as it sounds, then turning it on because it still has some juice, repeat a few times until it's really dead) then recharging it fully. Well, it's still not 100%, although it's close enough that I can live with it, but even at full charge, it's nowhere near what they promise right out of the box, even not using the video function.
At first, I was unable to get it to work. The software for Zune I found online was right, but the player would not complete a "sync" process, although the software did recognize it. There also appeared to be some kind of conflict with RealDownloader, part of RealPlayer. Neither was running, but I was being told I needed to shut it down to allow the device to sync. I couldn't shut down conflicting software that wasn't running, so that didn't work. I removed Real and all its software, but it still wouldn't sync without erroring out.
I called Jim at PiratePT Electronics and he walked me through several attempts to correct things. What finally appears to have fixed it, if not a combination of the former and also resetting the Zune device, was moving it from being connected to a USB 2.0 port that worked fine with an SD Card reader to a USB 3.0 port I'd been using on a faster USB card reader.
This was Jim's suggestion (simply to try a different port), and it worked! He gave the time to try to save me having to return it, and you can't beat that! My music is now copying to my Zune... nearly 60GB's, with room to grow! Thanks Jim!