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Dear Zig and Arse:

I need some urgent tech advice.  My 160GB iPod is now full.  I don’t use any streaming services and hate new formats. The only solution I’ve come up with is to get a MacBook Air (256GB) and use it as an iPod.  Is there any other way I can keep my entire iTunes library mobile?  iTunes Match looks kind of sketchy to me, but I guess it is one option.  Please advise!  (I can’t go without my tunes!)

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September 30, 2014 Re: Help! avatar
JaPaBo, I'm sure we can help. Refresh my memory--how do you listen to your music? Is your Pod docked to the Wave Radio? A better option than getting another laptop...
September 30, 2014 Re: Re: Help! avatar
Allegedly, there are people out there who are selling refurbished iPod Videos with 240GB hard drives in them. Unholy abortions, these devices, but they can be found. I have even...
September 30, 2014 Re: Re: Re: Help! avatar
It seems that PD had edited himself since the time of his original post, but Blabbermouth has done us a mitzvah and transcribed most or all of it before it...
September 30, 2014 Re: Re: Re: Help! avatar
Thanks for the fast responses, guys.  This is a bit of an emergency for me!  Zig, I listen to my tunes on an iPod Classic ('cause I'm a classic!) on...
September 30, 2014 Re: Re: Re: Re: Help! avatar
If you used iTunes Match, you could then have all your music available to you on your phone by streaming or to download at will. You can still keep everything...
September 30, 2014 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Help! avatar
iTunes Match was my first inclination, but I have two concerns.  Are they legitimate?: The limit on the iCloud is 25,000 songs.  My iPod currently has nearly 23,000 songs (nearly...
September 30, 2014 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Help! avatar
The song limit could be a problem for you. The other issue I believe is only an option—you can have your files replaced by ones from iTunes (which is really...
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