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[snip]..els, how it sounds, and how it op..[snip]
So you're saying the iPods sound great? Shame on you nammy! You be no audiophile
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So you're saying the iPods sound great? Shame on you nammy! You be no audiophile
You are such a chode. Real audiophiles listen to $10,000 and up home audio components, not MP3 players.
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Originally Posted by waqasr View Post
Nah i think Creative is better quality than Ipod...remember the first nanos which came out..they broke like no tomorrow. My Microphoto on the other hand has dropped on the hard ground many many times but still continues to rock. Yes they are thicker but atleast you know youve got something in your pocket..Try putting a nano in you back pocket and sitting down..cracked nano...the creatives are more robust.
Putting any MP3 player in you're back pocket then sitting down...is just retarded in the first place. I have never had an urge to put any MP3 player in my back pocket.

Oh...and I have dropped what was my photo and my video on the ground on multiple ocasions...and it still works falwlessly.

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You are such a chode. Real audiophiles listen to $10,000 and up home audio components, not MP3 players.
wao there friend, calm down.
    
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You are such a chode. Real audiophiles listen to $10,000 and up home audio components, not MP3 players.
Agreed. What utter crap! No "audiophile" gives a crap about 2-channel ANYTHING. Get a decent home theater system, at least 7.1, and do a little physics to make sure the overtones occur where the listener is most likely to be seated. THAT's an audiophile. I don't have 10 grand, so I'm stuck with what I've got...as if I care.

You aren't an audiophile because you buy an MP3 player that supports FLAC, fill it with like, 2000 songs maximum, and spend $100 on earphones. That's what I call a cheap wannabe.
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and fad or not, I for one know Apple is doing somthing right with these products. Also, after reading the thread a little more...I realised that people were complaining about the circle wheel on the iPods....wow....I love the control scheme and didn't think that the Vision M's matched up. Perhaps you're just slow or somthing, but I can get to the bottom of my artist list (I have well over 14gigs of music on the thing) in a split second.
I guess you have turbo-charged joints, then.

I've talked to several of my friends w/ iPods about that problem, and they all agree that it sucks to have to go around the circle so many times.

Yeah, it's cute and simple and whatever else you might want to call it, but it def. doesn't match up to Creative's easy control.
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