|Aug 24, 2004, 10:38 AM||#1|
I like the whole idea, it works for me - until I realize I'm stuck with Mac, what am I suppose to do with my MP3 player? I guess the logical answer would be, buy an i-pod? Who has the money to go buy everything as soon as it is on the market? Come on folks, give us MP3 users a chance!
|Aug 24, 2004, 12:34 PM||#2|
You do know that iTunes is available for Windows, right? And, iTunes works with many MP3 Player (I use it with my old Rio 600). The only thing you need an iPod for is to play songs purchased from the iTunes Music Store (other than on your computer of course). You can still rip all of your CD's to MP3 format and use your old MP3 player.
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|Aug 25, 2004, 05:43 AM||#3|
you can also burn iTunes music store bought files to an audio CD and rip them back to mp3s so you can use them on any mp3 player.
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