Your Questions About Mp3 Players That Work With Itunes

Sharon asks…

Will my mp3 player some how work with I tunes?

I have an mp3 player just a normal old cheap mp3 player. And my buddie got me an itunes card for a gift how can i make that work????

dknol answers:

As the music in iTunes is encrypted with DRM, you cannot directly put it on any non-Apple MP3 player. The easiest way is:

1. Insert a CD-R or CD-RW disc into your CD-ROM drive.
2. Burn your playlist to make an audio CD.
3. After the audio CD is successfully burned, insert the disc into your CD-ROM drive again. Then you can use iTunes to import the music tracks on the burned disc as MP3 files.

Or you can get some software to help you. I use TuneClone M4P to MP3 Converter ( http://www.tuneclone.com/m4p-to-mp3-converter.php ) to do this. Though not free, it is very well worth a try. It generates a virtual CD drive to help to remove the DRM element without having to waste actual CD's.

Jenny asks…

Question concerning MP3 Players and iTunes?! Should i get a new MP3 Player?

I have a mac, an ipod and itunes. I have MANY songs and it was VERY HARD to manage them, and to organize them, and etc. I also have MANY APPS, i even paid for 5 apps (no big deal, all together only 4€)
I even had to add sooo much info into each audio file i posses…. It probably took me days!!
Now i realized that apple is playing with us, i grew a bit and now i understand how the market works. Apple is selling stuff to dumb, prestige wanting people, who don't know much… and i was one of them… lol! I'm even thinking of switching to android phones and to the ZUNE mp3 players, Sony Walkman Players, or even CREATIVE players (had a creative once, and i LOVED IT!!)…
Problem is… would i have to reorganize and rename songs all over again?? I only managed and renamed all my songs in Itunes, and i think the ROOT file of my songs still are the same!
Besides, for managing stuff iTunes really is superb!
I wont buy a new MP3 Player if i have to undergo everything again!
I dont want to listen to something thats called: e.g: &%Chop_Suey_by_System_Of_A_Dowm&Album:_Toxicity§

I think you know what i mean. We all had such songs :P and sorry for being so, but thats me. We all have our preferences, likes and dislikes

What do you think? Are iPods really good mp3 players? like the best??? whats better??
@Mitchell Isler, you're quite wrong there sir. If it comes to sound quality there will be something thats better!

dknol answers:

You'll probably have to rename them again:'(. I know your pain I have the same problem. I do however prefer iPods to the zune, and as JUST a music player I like iPods the most. If you're gonna combine music players with a phone go for android

Carol asks…

My friend's got an mp3 player and wants to know if iTunes works with them.?

Okay, so my friend has an mp3 and wants to know if itunes would work with her mp3. she is going to download cds onto itunes and buy music and stuff, but only if she can get it on her mp3. so….in a simple way, could someone explain how to do that? i'm not exactly a computer whiz….

dknol answers:

What kind of mp3 player? Some work, some don't. She could always use Amazon.. Or if she has a Zune, the zune software, if she has a sansa she could use rhapsody, etc.

A few mp3 players do work with iTunes, but I can't know if I don't know what kind of mp3 it is! :P

Sandy asks…

Mp3 Vs Itunes?

Are there any types of MP3 players (besides ipod) that work with Itunes?

I just found out that the only way for me to replace my ipod's rechargeable battery is to send it back to the Apple company and pay a fee to get it replaced. So, I was looking to get a new MP3 player that I'd be able to replace the battery myself and works with Itunes.

dknol answers:

No, there aren't. This is why I hate Apple…

Joseph asks…

zune vs itunes which is easier to use with a 3rd party mp3 player?

I wish to get a music service and am not willing to dro 50+bucks on a player. I have an old mp3 player that works well and would like to know how which service would work better or if both work just fine.

dknol answers:

I thought iTunes was only compatible w/ iPods and nothing else. You could still organize your music on itunes but don't you just use Windows, and go to the ‘music' folder of most mp3 players and drag + drop your songs there?

If your talking about downloading music, I haven't tried Zune but I hear it's only $15 for unlimited downloads of music / month.. As opposed to 99 cents – $1.50 ( I think) for each iTunes songs.

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