Or get a prog to create a virtual CD to which you can write a virtual ISO and then convert the tracks back to MP3. Saves on CDsthen! Bit of a long winded method though!
Does Daemon tools offer that?
I don't have to worry about my music being in
Have just bought a device which will play Mp3s plus video several formats, one which is divx, has 8Gb internal memory with the option to increase by 8Gb micro sd cards. All this and touchscreen.
The cost you ask was only £48.00 and has a 3 year warranty.
Where did I buy it Aldi and yes have already watched movies in avi format on it and very good quality along with sound.
I have been looking for a device like this for ages and had looked at both the ipod touch 32Gb £265 and the Zen version at £192 of which have no more advantages over the device I have gone for.
In fact it has an advantage over the other 2 in cost and warranty.
Will try and find the link and post.
Last edited by bossman; 24th June 2009 at 05:05 PM.
@ bossman - Thanks for that. I saw these a few weeks ago when my iPod was still working and thought they looked pretty good. Hopefully my local store will still have a couple left when I get paid on Friday.
By the way what are the headphones / audio quality like?
I own a nano and I'm not much a fan of it... I do rather like my 30gb Zune though, will be getting the new one when it comes out here in September (at least I think it's coming out then).
Get your self the latest Ipod Touch and be done with it.
I would invest in some quality headphones such as Bose as the headphones that come with the unit are just standard but the audio quality matches that of the Ipod and Creative.
The biggest thing you will notice about the unit is its size and weight nowhere as heavy as the others so you don't feel it in your pocket.
I like mine and have saved myself a fortune to boot.
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