Tuesday, April 27, 2010

zune 8 gb digital media player (black)


Buy Cheap Zune 8 GB Digital Media Player (Black)


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This slim 8 GB Zune device is good to go with plenty of room for your favorite music, pictures, and video. It comes complete with a built-in FM tuner and buy-from-FM capabilities, wireless sync, Zune-to-Zune wireless sharing, video playback, and more--so you get all that Zune power in one tight little package. It holds up to 2,000 songs, 25,000 pictures, or 25 hours of video. Watch a demo on Zune.


Every Zune device lets you listen to your favorite FM radio stations and tag songs for later purchase.

Download millions of tracks, whole albums, or playlists with the Zune Pass subscriptions service.

Remotely sync your Zune device with your PC collection.

The Zune Marketplace offers millions of songs, albums, TV shows, audio/video podcasts, and more.

A full family of accessories is compatible with all Zune devices.

Buy from FM

Click to buy from the built-in FM radio. Every Zune device lets you listen to your favorite FM radio stations and click to tag the songs you like for later purchase when you sync your device with your PC.1

Zune Pass

With the Zune Pass subscription service, you'll get millions of tracks for the price of one CD. Download tracks, whole albums, or playlists. Explore new music or rediscover old favorites--then sync them to your Zune. Extend your subscription online or by purchasing a Zune Pass card. Or, if you like, purchase songs or albums individually.2

Wireless Sync

Remotely sync with your PC. Connect to your home wireless network and remotely sync your Zune device with your PC collection from your dock, AC adapter, or speaker dock accessory.3

Device to Cloud

Your Zune player can access thousands of wireless hotspots around the country. Automatically update your collection, browse Zune Marketplace, refresh your Channels, exchange favorites with friends, or buy songs you've tagged from your FM radio. Take advantage of a Zune Pass and access the music you love where you want, at no extra cost.

Wireless Sharing

Music is in the air with Zune wireless sharing. Send your favorite songs, albums, playlists, pictures, and even audio podcasts freely between any Zune devices. Listen to the full track of any song you receive up to three times and pass them along to other friends. If you want to buy a song, click to tag it and have your Zune find it later when you sync with your PC.4


Like your very own radio stations, Zune Channels are custom programming stations that deliver personalized playlists to your Zune from a variety of sources you select, such as music experts, celebrities, or top radio stations. Channels you subscribe to automatically update whenever you're connected--to your PC, home network, or even selected wireless hotspots. When you subscribe to Zune Pass, you get an unlimited Zune Channels experience.


Zune players now come with a selection of fun free games. Choose music from your collection to create your own personal game soundtrack. Connect and compete wirelessly with other nearby Zune users.

Video/TV Shows

Choose from a growing selection of TV shows now available on the Zune Marketplace video store, and take your favorite episodes or whole seasons with you wherever you go. Use your Zune device to watch popular shows like The Office, South Park, Heroes, and 30 Rock from NBC; shows from Comedy Central; Adult Swim from the Cartoon Network; and countless other shows from other major networks.6 Also, if you're recording TV shows or movies with Windows Media Center in Windows Vista, you can import and sync them to your device. Load up your favorite videos, and hit the road.5

Zune Social

Discover, share, and connect with the Zune Social, a free online community that lets you share your musical tastes with friends and millions others. Customize your Zune Card and Zune profile page with your favorite music and pictures. Then connect and share Zune Cards, music, and messages with friends and other members of the community.

Zune Marketplace

Fulfill your entertainment desires at Zune Marketplace. Millions of songs, albums, TV shows, audio/video podcasts, and more are available--plus, your online store is always open and only a mouse click away. Download or subscription? It's up to you. Buy individual songs and albums, or an unlimited Zune Pass music subscription2.


Let your Zune read to you while you can't. Listen to everything from your favorite novels to the latest bestseller. Now you can transfer your existing audiobook files from sites like Audible.com to your Zune device and enjoy them whenever you want.

Xbox 360 Compatibility

Ever wish you could play games to the sound of your favorite tunes? Now you can. Connect your Zune device to your Xbox 360 console and play your favorite songs while you game on Xbox 360 and Xbox LIVE. You can share content from your Zune collection to an Xbox 360 console on a home network and play your media through the Xbox Dashboard.


Traveling, working late, or working out? Whatever you're up to, your Zune will be right there with you. Make sure you have the best accessories to keep up with your lifestyle.

  • Zune AC Adapter: Fast recharge wherever there's an outlet

  • Zune Car Pack: Ride with Zune as it charges while playing in your car

  • Zune Home AV Pack: Hook up your Zune to any home stereo and control it via remote

  • Zune Premium Earphones: noise-isolating design that delivers superior sound quality and comfort

  • Zune Cable Pack: Provides every cable you need to stay connected

  • Zune Dock Pack: Nonstop your tunes while you charge your Zune

  • Zune Leather Case: Protects your Zune with style

Legal Disclaimers:

1. Buy from FM feature available with stations broadcasting RDS and RT Plus data

2. Zune Pass is a monthly music subscription service; some songs are not available via Zune Pass. Available Zune Pass content may vary over time.

3. Wireless sync feature requires access to a home wireless network

4. Zune to Zune wireless sharing may not be available for all songs in your music collection and works only between Zune devices within wireless range of each other. Recipients may play full-length sample tracks up to three times.

5. Requires a PC running Windows Vista Home Premium or Windows Vista Ultimate and an integrated or external TV tuner.

6. Available content may vary over time.

What's in the Box?

Zune 8 GB Digital Media Player (Black), earphones with three earpiece covers, Sync cable


Technical Details

- IMPORTANT: Allow your Zune to charge for 30 minutes then disconnect and reconnect the cable to turn on the player

- Listen to your favorite FM radio stations and click to tag the songs you like for later purchase when you sync your device with your PC

- Download millions of tracks, whole albums, or playlists with the Zune Pass subscription service

- Connect to your home wireless network and remotely sync your Zune device with your PC collection from your dock, AC adapter, or speaker dock accessory

- 8 GB capacity for up to 2,000 songs, 25,000 pictures, or 25 hours of video

- 1.8-inch color LCD with 320 x 240 pixel display resolution

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Customer Buzz


 "A little misleading but so far so good." 2010-04-16

By Marie K. Coffman

I own an 8 gig Ipod and I like it. The only thing I don't like is that to get tv content one has to buy it at $1.99 a pop. The Zune had the advantage of being able to use tv shows that I had recorded in media center on my computer. This can be done with an Ipod as well but I thought that by getting the Zune (a microsoft product) it would probably work better with media center (also microsoft)

Well the Zune comes in the mail and I try to turn it on. No life. I plug it into the usb on my computer and this battery charge symbol briefly lights (for about 3 seconds) but the player will not come on. I am a little worried but I figure I will leave it plugged in overnight and just see. In the meantime I download the software. It hung up twice while downloading but finally seemed to work. But it could not see my Zune. I tried several usb ports etc. Then gave up and went to bed.

Next morning I try to turn on the Zune and it turns on! Also the computer can see it now. But it says I have to putdate my player software. Ok, download that and it hangs up while installing. I let it sit for awhile and finally click out of it. It seems to have installed tho because I can sync the zune and such. Now I follow the directions in Media Center to be able to synch my recorded tv (the whole reason for buying the Zune) No matter what I do I cannot get my recorded tv to show up to synch with the Zune. Tried looking online, etc.

As a last ditch sort of thing prior to returning the Zune I decide to call Microsoft. I have had some very bad experiences with Microsoft service so I am not hopeful but I give it a shot. Of course its someone from some foreign country and she is speaking from a script. But she does answer the phone pretty quickly, I will give her that. The questions she was asking me made it pretty clear she had no clue how to help me so I politely asked for her supervisor. Now I get transferred to a woman (God bless her) who was actually able to deal with my problem and knowledgably directed me on how to deal with the issue. Its quirky and a bit time consuming - but it does work.

Apparently the Zune cannot handle shows that are recorded in a format that media center records them in (not sure if you can change that - I may try to research that further) The format has to be mp4. But you can use Windows Movie Maker to convert your Media center shows into MP4 (I dont have the publication but if anyone needs it put a comment on this and I will get it for you) You can then save the converted files into a folder that you can program the Zune software to monitor and then you can synch those files into your Zune. The first time I did it - it took over an hour for the file to convert but I did it at top quality and possibly lower quality would be quicker. It did synch and it does look very good on my Zune. Since I only need around one hour of programming a day to take to the gym with me I think I am going to keep this Zune. Stuff I record in Media Center, since it is automatic, tends to stack up on me and this way I will be getting to watch these programs plus not having to pay for them.

So this was not a smooth buying experience. To compare to an ipod, for example, I did not have any software problems or anything with my ipod so it was definately a much smoother set up experience. The Zune and my 8gig ipod have identical dimensions and screen sizes. The Zune might be a little thicker. Also their cost was nearly identical. For me, the savings of $1.99 an episode makes the zune a good purchase.

Update - I have now owned the Zune a week or so and I can honestly say I like it. There are some things the Ipod does better but there are some things the Zune does better. For one thing you can watch tv recorded in Media Center (a little clunky but not too hard) That saves you $1.99 per episode. Another benefit I have decided is that you can listen to radio (yes you can do this with the Ipod as well) but it seems to be that the Zune does it better. The Zune scans for channels and then shows you the station and what type of music they place (soft rock, country etc.) The reception is better also - much less fuzzy then the same stations with my Ipod.

So if you can live without a camera and itunes and you like media center I would say the Zune may just be more to your preference then the Ipod. I have both but I quite like the Zune.

Customer Buzz


 "It died in one month, and service sucks...." 2010-04-15

By P. Kennedy (boston)

For a while, I owned a cheap Sandisk Clip player, which was terrific, until it burned out. Because I use my MP3 player so much, I decided to splurge for the Zune, despite my qualms about Microsoft products.

The $100 Zune died in just a few weeks -- much faster than the cheap Sandisk. Microsoft does not make it easy to send the Zune in for repair; you have to go through a lengthy on-line process. Now, two weeks after I sent the device in for its under-warranty repair, it is still in the "sorting room" (according to the telephone help person) and has not even begun its journey to the fix-it shop. I'm told that the Zune might be sent back to me in another two weeks -- making their total turnaround time for repair a month.

In the meantime, I bought another Sandisk Clip for $25. It's such a great little machine -- with several features that are lacking in the Zune (ie, voice recording). Now I wish I'd never wasted my money on the Zune!

Customer Buzz


 "Not reliable" 2010-04-09

By E. Schneider (USA)

I own a 4gb and a 8gb, my 8gb stopped working 1 week after warranty. POS.

Customer Buzz


 "Zune" 2010-04-02

By T. Gontczaruk

I think that it is a gigantic improvement over the iPod. The use of the player as well as the ability to use the software has eliminated what used to be a torture when I had an iPod. The only thing that I think that they could improve upon is the radio reception. I work in a stone building and I think that doesn't help the reception but if I move to certain places on my desk I will pick up a particular station, but if I move it somewhere else, I lose the radio station. Other than that, it is GREAT!

Customer Buzz


 "Eh..." 2010-03-30

By S. Anglin (NJ)

It's an awesome product but the play/pause button started giving me problems after only 5 days!!! Anyway, it's still usable so it's no biggie for me.

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