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How many iPods can I use with one music library and one copy of iTunes?

How many iPods can I use with one music library and one copy of iTunes?

Is there a limit to the number of ipods I can manage thru one copy of iTunes? Is there any difference between music I've ripped myself (outside of iTunes, standard mp3s) and music purchased thru the itunes store?

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Guest [Entry]

you can use an unlimited amount of devices (i.e. iPods and iPhones) with one copy of iTunes. In terms of your second question it depends on when you bought the music. Recently apple updated almost all of their music in the iTunes store so they no longer have DRM. it would be hard to say how the bit rate would differ between music you have gotten from outside the iTunes store as compared to songs you bought from the iTunes store.
Guest [Entry]

"Yes. The Apple ""Fair-play"" (ironic name) has a limit of compters/devices per song/video/etc (5 at a time. You can deauthorize.)

However there are a few ways to strip the DRM. (Google)"