Pretty simple question regarding headphones.

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November 30

Hey everybody. I want one of the new shuffles as a secondary iPod, however, I just got a new pair of Bose in-ears and there's no way I'm letting them go to waste. I guess I have a few simple questions anyone who already has a new shuffle can easily answer:
1. Does playback immediately start upon switching the switch to either shuffle or straight through? and
2. Can you plug in the apple headphones, adjust the volume to an acceptable level, select a playlist, etc., then switch out to third party headphones to listen?
As for an adapter, there's no way I'm spending money on accessories for an $80 mp3 player. Sorry Apple...

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WavesOfFury wrote:
1. Does playback immediately start upon switching the switch to either shuffle or straight through?
No
2. Can you plug in the apple headphones, adjust the volume to an acceptable level, select a playlist, etc., then switch out to third party headphones to listen?
Yes
Basically, when you unplug the apple headphones, or even turn it off after you've set what you want it'll keep your 'settings' but stop playing.
When you plug in your own headphones, you just need to switch it off and on again to continue playing where you left off.
Awkward, but possible. Btw, the new shuffle audio quality and playlist handling is definitely an improvement over the 2nd gen shuffle. Basically the player is better all round.
It's just the lack of a headphone adapter that lets it down.

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