Info on Disney music stixs

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  1. WeLuvDiznee

    WeLuvDiznee Mouseketeer

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    Please help! I was thinking of getting one for my DD,who is 9 1/2.She wants an ipod, I think she is too young.She only listens to Disney singers (Hilary Duff, Ravenetc..) I was wondering, how good are they,can I downlaod music from the internet and any pros or cons from any owners? Your help is very apprieciated!!!
     
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  3. Shopping Queen

    Shopping Queen Mouseketeer

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    I don't know much about the Disney mix sticks , but you can get the i-pod shuffle on the Apple web site for $29 . I think that is a great deal . My son and daughter have the i-pod nano and love it and we have not had any problems with it . It is very easy to down load music .
     
  4. gallaj0

    gallaj0 DIS Cast Member<br><font color="blue">Watches Wing

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    We got my DD a mix stick, and the BIG flaw is that there is no way to see what's playing, or what's next. Same thing with the Ipod Shuffle; there's no display. She liked it ok other than that, but once she saw the nice SanDisk DW got, the mix stick lost it's luster pretty quick.

    There's a new Mix Max that has a display, and also plays video for $99. We may go with that one for DS this christmas.
     
  5. LisaNJ25

    LisaNJ25 DIS Veteran<br><font color=aqua>I paid $300 back i

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    I bought it for my 7yo and its fine for her.. but I also dont liek that you can see whats playing. At her age that doesnt matter.

    Did you see they other thread with the referbished ipod? I think than had the nanoes for around 60
     
  6. WeLuvDiznee

    WeLuvDiznee Mouseketeer

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    Thanks to everyone about your advice. I don't think she'll mind if you can't see what song is coming next.
     
  7. TenThousandVolts

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    I love the mix stick. Target had the jam stands for 9.99 on clearance about 2 weeks ago. (The jam stand is like a docking station- it charges and also has speakers so you can listen to it like a stereo.)
    I don't mind that it has no display, it is very simple- and so it is easy to use. Transferring music is so easy. And the sound is really good. My DD just gave me her Mix Stick because she got the Mix Max for her birthday- so she gave me her old Mix Stick :banana:
     
  8. Ava31

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    Target had a bunch of different MixClips on clearance for $7.68 today. I bought my daughter the Cars MixStick on clearance a couple of months ago, and I'm giving it to her for Christmas, so I can't attest to it's quality or our satisfaction, but I doubt that the inability to see what song is playing will be an issue with DD6.
     

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