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Scott Kuhl Warning: I may have no idea what I am talking about!

Amazon has Sony on board and with that the fourth and final major player has finally gone to MP3.  Which leaves me with a decision to make.

Now that I don't need to buy DRM music and I don't need to buy entire CDs just to get 1 song, should I drop my Zune Pass and just start spending the money to build my collection?  I only have about 150 songs in my entire Zune library that I have marked as "I Like It".  So, in a little over a year I would be caught up.  And that doesn't include the music I have on old CDs.  But it also doesn't include the 900 other songs that I have as filler, or any of the comedy albums from Zune (which is an awesome hidden treasure).

Hmm.  Decisions, decisions, decisions.

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Posted on Thursday, January 10, 2008 5:16 PM Zune | Back to top

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I'm not a big music guy. I have a simple, very inexpensive 2 GB Sandisk player. Amazon is great for getting music. Very simple. No software download needed (they do have optional download manager software). You just download the file and do what you want with it. No DRM. I think you should drop your Zune Pass.
Left by Anthony Trudeau on Jan 10, 2008 9:41 PM

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