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  1. You're making a data CD for computers, the music is being burned as a computer format such as MP3. ...

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 13/08/2019

  2. Speakers. Good ones, if possible.

    5 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 06/08/2019

  3. Look for the desired characteristic to be prominently mentioned on the packaging. TDK once marketed some DVD-Rs they called "Armor Plated", but I haven't seen any of those for at least ten or...

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 15/08/2019

  4. They were music tapes...……….

    13 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 27/07/2019

  5. the headphone jack is broken. When listening to music, you may be missing anything (like solos or vocals) hat is...

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 23/07/2019

  6. You can't. Not sure if you are using the right terminology, but either way getting music to an iPod requires iTunes which only works on macOS & Windows not Chrome OS

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 11/07/2019

  7. Closing apps doesn't save on battery life, Apple have designed it so it suspends apps when not in use. In fact, closing and re-opening apps will use more battery as it has to then load it back up into the RAM...

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 28/06/2019

  8. You need to run a DLNA server on the iPod and a suitable DLNA receiver (such as VLC) on the Raspberry Pi. There are multiple other ways, but they will all rely on the iPod acting as a server and the Pi as a receiver!

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 27/06/2019

  9. Want 4 playlists with start memory? Use four different brands of players/apps. Right now, nobody is going to do what you wish, at least not on phones. Or you can figure out how to retrieve playlists from the cloud - but you...

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 18/06/2019

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