MP3 Insider Podcast 167: The munchies take over

This week, Donald and Jasmine talk up the new iAudio players from Cowon and how they're going to have Apple shaking in its boots (not).

This week, Donald and Jasmine talk up the new iAudio players from Cowon and how they're going to have Apple shaking in its boots (not), and also take an inordinate amount of time to espouse upon something that has very little to do with digital music: a possible monthly subscription plan for online video from iTunes. Plus, some very unsubtle earbuds from Stonedcandy--er, Skullcandy--and some listener feedback on iPod usage.

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EPISODE 167

New Cowon players hit retail:
http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-12519_7-10388888-49.html?tag=mncol;title
http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-12519_7-10389728-49.html?tag=mncol;title

Apple to offer $30 iTunes video subscription plan?

Skullcandy gets subtle...not

More from Skullcandy (since people insist on buying them)

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Hi guys, I love ya show to bits!!!!

What in your opinion is the best sounding audio player I could buy at the moment. I've been a musician all my life and I'm overjoyed by FLAC but discovered my iPod Nano (4th Gen) is not willing to play these files. Is there a way to hack my iPod? I'm thinking of upgrading to the iPod Touch, would you recommend this for better sounding audio?

I'd love to hear your thoughts & ideas

Your long term fan of the show

Paul

 

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