IPod classic question

Hardware and Accessories

Hi. I have a question for you.

Is posible to use a 160 gb iPod classic?
There are no voiceover, or nothing related to accesibility.
I need some advice please,
buy or not.
sorry for my english.



Submitted by Justin on Sunday, January 17, 2016

I know this is an old device, but you could at least about 10 years or so download a software kit called RockBox which would make the iPod or other hard disk based music player speak titles, or menu options. it is not flexible like VoiceOver, but that's really all you have with the classic iPods. Personally I'd recommend getting the 128 GB iPod 6th gen touch, or whatever the latest version of that is nowadays.

Submitted by jack on Monday, January 18, 2016

Keep in mind if you're gonna use rockbox, all information outside of the menus, including artist/album/song info, will be completely spelled out. Remember that Rockbox never was, and never will be, designed for the blind. The vocie guidance was apparently only designed as a means to use an mp3 player without taking it out of your pocket. If you're ok with that, then go ahead with rockbox. I personally used the iTell in my ipod classic days, which worked perfectly, although those are expensive for what you get, have no repeat settings, and can only access the hard drive of the device, essentially playing files and that's it. For a classic without extra features like the nanos, this is totally fine if you're fine without repeat.

Submitted by sergio on Monday, January 18, 2016

I have a 16 gb IPod nano, and 32 GB iPhone 4s, but i need more space for my music Works. anny demo of rockbox?