Thu Apr 25, 5: I was just surprised by the amount. But, it wouldn’t be the oddest thing I’ve heard of from China. You will need a 4-pin to 4-pin cable to achieve this. I know that the zen ones can run custom firmware http: Creative offers two optional accessories for the Nomad Jukebox 3 that you should know about, although they cost extra.
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Creative Nomad Jukebox 20GB – Review – PCMag UK
20bg Fri Apr 26, 1: Tue Apr 30, 8: Not a good choice for a device with a 2. Aug 30, Posts: The mobile world creativf finally get exciting again in I know that the zen ones can run custom firmware http: Aug 20, Posts: This patch is for products bundled with Creative Disc Detector.
If for some reason, you need to reinstall Disc Detector, run this patch again. This new upgrade provides additional display support for Spanish, Dutch and Italian.
I remember waiting, and 20b, and waiting for it to bring up a list of songs. What do you lose? The display is small, monochrome, and low-res.
Jun 6, Posts: You’re nomd right, Hat. Wired Remote recording The Jukebox”s buttons are now disabled during recording with the Wired Remote. I still have a hard time seeing someone finding one of these Jukeboxes relevant for home use. Tue Apr 30, 3: Creativ May 04, True, it may not be as slick-looking or as compact as the iPod, but the 20GB Nomad Jukebox 3 still stands out from the rest of the hard drive-based pack in terms of features.
Sat Apr 27, 5: One other feature I had a physically smaller Jukebox that was really nice to have was that it could be used as an external hard drive as well.
Oct 22, Posts: My question is why would a 10 year old, 20GB hard drive based MP3 player that’s the 20gn of a Cd player, sell for so much? What is so special about a 10 year old hard drive MP3 player?
Creative Nomad Jukebox 3 20gb
Kukebox 18, Posts: Mar 28, Posts: All I see is a headphone out and power in. Maybe a collector’s item. I think it is pretty much the only cheap device out there that has toslink optical input that is free of any DRM, as such it can be used to record digital output from any source that has optical out.
I hope it’s not a scam buy.
In fact, the winning bidder was from China, even though I said I don’t ship to China. There’s only 16 small components.
The obsession seems to mainly be from Chinese people. There’s a reason iPod won so decisively. So, is there some sort of Chinese vintage hipster culture over there?