I have never,nor will I ever be,interested in these little devices.They simply do not appeal to me at all.I was very spoiled in this field when growing up,as my father had one real passion,which was the highest quality sound system available! I have never wanted to listen to anything less,thanks to him.I have a very good sound system with excellent speakers, and this is how I listen to music.When I walk,I read as I go along! Music is not my preferred option when walking.
My husband has an iPod and we have speakers for it but the only time we use it is for background music when we have visitors. We set it on random and have it low enough not to interfere with conversation.
We did use my husband's iPad for music when we were travelling on the outback and out of range of radio.
No. Well yes and no I suppose. I sometimes use my iPad to play music and podcasts, as we can stream Spotify and iTunes through it into the hifi and the sound replication is quite good that way. It's also handy for carrying around the house as I go about doing chores though that would normally be the radio rather than music. If I want to listen to music properly, then nothing beats settling down in a comfy chair with a cd on the hifi :)
No, but have both portable audio-cassette player & CD player!
Have too many tapes & CD's NOT to still have these! And I've a noise-cancelling headset to go with these 'oldies'!
Love my music on my 'old' go!
I have and still use an old iriver multimedia device which I bought in 2006 when I was spending a lot of time on public transport, and that's mostly when I use it. I filled it up with music, but not pictures or videos etc.
There have been periods of time when I've used it less. A few weeks ago I thought I'd lost it and realised how important it is to me, now I'm using it more again.
I also use it for dance practice so my neighbour doesn't hear my music.
i have 5 of the little ones in the above photo. I leant my daughter the blue 1 with MY music, which she then change to HER music, & then lost it when she moved house.My husband bought me a lovely pale green 1 on e-bay, which had about 1hr of someones else’s music on it, i’ve lost the lovely RED 1, which I bought from the Apple shop is still in it’s box,so I use my pink 1, every time I go out on my own, e.g., public transport, or walking. I put my 60’s & 70’s music on that 1, but I’ve forgotten how do that now, so can’t put any music on my other ones, when I can find them!
PS: have just found this question again. My daughter bought me a new blue 1, to replace the 1 she lost of mine. I've now lost my charger, so I can't even listen to my original 1. I have them all in a makeup bag. (No the makeup bag hasn't been used for anything else!)