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iPod - iPod Classic 80GB - can you drop your volume to 0?


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Hiya,

Sorry for the title - let me explain...

I was listening my new iPod earlier today and instead of pausing the iPod when my phone rang I just dropped the volume to 0 - now I'm fairly sure on my old iPod this acually silenced the iPod - on this one I still hear music with perfect clarity.

Is this just my iPod or does anyone else have this?

Certainly not a big issue - I've always got the Pause option for complete silence

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I'm pretty sure my iPod nano (1st gen) is silent when the volume is right down.
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My iPod 30GB 5.5G is silent when its turned all the way down.

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