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Completely new to this "iPod" whatchamacallit
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I recently (and finally) copied my complete CD collection to my computer, an on-and-off project that took me a couple months. So now I have roughly 15,000 songs sitting on my computer...and an iPod Shuffle that I previously had no longer suffices (holds about 250 songs, roughly).
Needless to say, I'm in the market for a new iPod.
I've decided on the 80GB iPod Classic, but there's a bit of info I can't seem to find anywhere: Does this thing have a standard auxiliary port? With my current Shuffle, the nice thing about it is I just connect a basic, $4 auxiliary cable from my car's CD player aux port into the Shuffle and I have music flowing.
Does the iPod Classic have an auxiliary port that these specs are neglecting to mention? Will I need something special to play it in my car? Keep in mind it doesn't have to be a car charger, it just has to simply play it through the radio. I've read something about the iPod taking the spot of a standard FM station, but that seems kind of needlessly complicated when compared to the Shuffle.