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I have a 25 dollar gift card to Itunes and I need to use it but I only have a creative Zen X-Fi? Answered

 would I be able to download it onto a SD card and play it back on my Zen 

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KentsOkayBest Answer (author)2010-05-13

 Hey dude long time no see. Anyway, I use www.all2mp3.com/ I;ve converted my entire iTunes library to mp3 with it.

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acidbass (author)KentsOkay2010-05-16

 indeed old chap 

thanks man 

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mcole6 (author)2011-07-19

Hello!
You don't have to purchase music on itunes anymore if you start using Video to MP3 Converter. It is free software program that allows you extract sound right from the selected YouTube video. You can download it from over here http://videotomp3converter.com/ Enjoy!

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phephq (author)2010-05-03

 Best bet in my books would be to try and trade it for an amazon giftcard (their format is universal and unprotected) or just sell it and buy the unprotected versions

otherwise i would suggest Protected Music Converter. If you look it up on youtube im sure you could find a link to a trial version

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gmxx (author)2010-04-26

 You could also buy your music in like itunes hd (name?). you pay more for song, but you get higher bitrate and no drm.

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gmxx (author)acidbass2010-04-27

 I know it was there. i believe they still have it.

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acidbass (author)gmxx2010-04-27

 oh i thought you need a special player for HD stuff though

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gmxx (author)acidbass2010-04-29

 no.  with music, it means its a higher bitrate, which sounds better.

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acidbass (author)gmxx2010-04-30

 oh thanks so i can download the HD stuff to my ZEN

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jeff-o (author)2010-04-27

It should be a simple affair to convert the music you bought into a format your Zen can play (namely, MP3).

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jeff-o (author)acidbass2010-04-28

Yeah, I'm sure there's something that will do it out there.  But, as ZEROGX suggests, download the non-DRM version if you can.

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orksecurity (author)2010-04-26

Or find someone who has an i-thing and sell it to them...

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acidbass (author)orksecurity2010-04-27

 well i am going on a Super long trip and having ONLY music on it doesnt cut it

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lemonie (author)2010-04-26

It would be in the wrong format, you'd need an iTunes to mp3 - and there you'll surely know as well as me which is best.

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