For example, my parents' computer houses my mom's music library, my dad's music library, and my younger brother's music library. However, my parents have a very similar music taste except for my dad's Willie Nelson collection. In fact they have duplicates, mom's library contains many of the same songs as my dad's library.
There is a solution! Multiple iPods can be synced easily with one library. Say good bye to duplicates and say hello to a new cleaner library with a greater variety of music and a computer with a lighter load to carry.
Materials you will need:
* 2 (or more) iPods
* Sync Cable
Remember - this is not a Mac dependent Instructable
Step 1: Preparing the iPods: iPod A
Another way to find out is to view "About iTunes" in the menu.
*On the Mac, select iTunes in the top navigation bar and select "About iTunes".
*On the PC, select Help in the iTunes navigation and select "About iTunes."
Once the application is open, connect the Sync cable's wide end and connect it to iPod A.