Maximizing The Performance Of Your iPod [NOOK Book]

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In the music universe, being number one means having the best of everything. From storage space and versatility to style and functionality, engineers have been moving towards the realization of that need. Not since the mp3 players and ipods have we seen the most amazing array of music devices available for audiophiles and techno rats. It is interesting to note that MP3 players and ipods have always been mistaken for each other. And as hard as the brand managers try to differentiate their product from competitors,...
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Maximizing The Performance Of Your iPod

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Overview

In the music universe, being number one means having the best of everything. From storage space and versatility to style and functionality, engineers have been moving towards the realization of that need. Not since the mp3 players and ipods have we seen the most amazing array of music devices available for audiophiles and techno rats. It is interesting to note that MP3 players and ipods have always been mistaken for each other. And as hard as the brand managers try to differentiate their product from competitors, society has the last say on which product makes it and what its nickname will eventually become. MP3 players and ipods started out fairly the same; both are portable, audio players designed to eliminate the need for compact discs. MP3 players and ipods play a variety of music file formats from WAV, MP3, WMA, and MPEG to name a few. Both can also work as file storage devices. However, MP3 players are flash drive storage devices only. They have a limited capacity of up to 1 GB whereas ipods give the user a choice between a flash drive and a hard drive that can store up to 60 GB in memory size. The competition between MP3 players and ipods extend to the capabilities of the devices. The features offered by MP3 players include an audio player, storage device, voice recorder telephone directory and an FM radio. Though it sounds like a fully loaded car, you are actually limited in terms of accessories. The wildest thing you can do to MP3 players is change the neck strap. Ipods have a wider selection and gives you more freedom to personalize it. Aside from being audio players, there are ipods that can show your pictures with its small LCD display. And with the latest ipods that play videos, you will always have something to keep you company on those stormy nights, alone in the car. Ipods also give its user the freedom to dress up or dress down their units. There are websites that offer stick-on covers for ipods like the ones at Decalgirl.com or Ipodstyle.com. Ipods can also be used as a slight PDA since some fanatics have tinkered with these digital players and
used it to upload their address book and calendar from their computer. Other accessories available to this device include waterproof cases, headphones, dock,
speakers, a home clock/radio system, battery pack, cassette adaptor, media reader and FM transmitters. The list goes on and on as more people finds ways to enjoy their ipods.

Contents

The Clash Of MP3 Players And iPods
Get Raw with iPod Shuffle
Making The Most Of Itunes
Organizing And Transferring Music
Use Your Ipod As A Storage Device
Copy Songs From Your Ipod To Your Computer
Use Your Ipod For Map Directions
How Long Does It Take To Fully Recharge A Battery?
Options Of An Ipod Video
Pros And Cons On The New Ipod Video
Video Ipod`S Package
iPod Video Sales
Have Nothing Else To Do? Watch Ipod TV Shows!
Where To Download Videos For Your Ipod
Watch iPod Videos On Your TV
Convert DVDs to iPod Video
DVD to iPod for Mac Users
Top 6 DVD To Video iPod Converter Software
So Which One is Better – H.264 or MPEG-4?
Guide to Good Software for Your iPod
What About Those Nasty Scratches?
Ipod Video Cases: Durable, Functional, Fashionable Protection For Your Ipod
The Evolution Of Ipods – From Their Appearance To The Ipod Video
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015934588
  • Publisher: Syed Arshad Gillani
  • Publication date: 11/4/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 13 MB
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