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Wanted iPod Classic

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anirudhchandrashekar

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Looking for an iPod Classic - Preferably 7th Gen and 160gb. If you have one for sale, please DM me. Cheers!
 

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hifitoaster

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Was searching for a classic too.
Found some on OLX.
Not sure if if I’d get a classic or a Fiio DAP.
For usability iPod. For sound, loads of better options now. Fiio m6. Ipods have a bit of warmth in midrange which for many people sounds good. But on listening with better headphones or earphones, fiios, cayins, shanlings, xduoos all sound superior.

After high res getting popular, ipod in 2019 is a complicated device in terms of transfering files due to its dumb iTunes thing.

Ipod classic was a good player at its time, also was well reviewed. But note that those reviews are a years old. Things have changed quite a bit.
 

rsjaurr

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Sorry for the delay. I bought this 160GB classic Ipod in 2012 and changed its hard disk very soon. I used this in my ICE for about six months and since then its been lying in a closet. I have also bought iflash dual kit+audio adapter bypass kit and 3000mah batter and golden back cover to make it look better in a car. But I never could do it due to busy schedule. Now selling my ICE setup due to over expenditure done on home audio stuff.

I plan to sell everything together as these kits wont be of any use to me. I even have the 256GB mSD brand new in original packing to sell.

I guess this ipod is 6th gen though I have to check.
 

anirudhchandrashekar

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Sorry for the delay. I bought this 160GB classic Ipod in 2012 and changed its hard disk very soon. I used this in my ICE for about six months and since then its been lying in a closet. I have also bought iflash dual kit+audio adapter bypass kit and 3000mah batter and golden back cover to make it look better in a car. But I never could do it due to busy schedule. Now selling my ICE setup due to over expenditure done on home audio stuff.

I plan to sell everything together as these kits wont be of any use to me. I even have the 256GB mSD brand new in original packing to sell.

I guess this ipod is 6th gen though I have to check.
Left you a DM, please check!
 

adhingra

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Hi I am looking to seek my iPod classic 160gb and Logitech dock S715i dock as a combo.

Please PM if keen. Just looking to move to a network setup and this iPod combo is sparingly used in bedroom and in pristine condition.

 

kapvin

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Sorry for the delay. I bought this 160GB classic Ipod in 2012 and changed its hard disk very soon. I used this in my ICE for about six months and since then its been lying in a closet. I have also bought iflash dual kit+audio adapter bypass kit and 3000mah batter and golden back cover to make it look better in a car. But I never could do it due to busy schedule. Now selling my ICE setup due to over expenditure done on home audio stuff.

how did you go about this? I have classic and its hard drive has said sayonara so it does not fully boot up. There are guides on the internet but I would love to hear your personal experience.

thanks
 

rsjaurr

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I don't remember much but key is to match the ipod with the description of hdd given by seller.
There are plenty of sellers on eBay and you can an also ask them anything related to hdd.
 
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