Can the HDD be replaced with a SSD
Is there a SSD compatible with the iPod Classic?
A couple of years later, a less expensive solution is to get the Sintech PA6007 1.8" ZIF/IDE to mSATA adapter and mount a standard mSATA SSD on it.
The Sintech adapter is about $15 on Ebay, $20 on Amazon, and I've seen it as low as $10 around the web. The interfaces are all proper, but I'm not sure if there are power demand issues.
240GB mSATA SSDs have been turning up at Holiday sales this year (2013) as low as $130 -- mainly at Amazon and Newegg.
So for under $150 one can get 240 GB of storage.
Of course, just before the Toshiba MK2431 was discontinued, one could get 240 GB of much slower storage for ~ $75.
Best solution, IMO, is the iFlash Quad at iflash.xyz
I don’t know if this unit can take 512GB micro SD cards yet since they’re a bit expensive at the moment, but 400GB micro SD cards work just fine in it and use very little power. My unit with 3000mAh battery gets charged only once per month and is never low on power when I charge it. Performance is excellent on it too. To fill up my 1.6TB iPod, it does take about 16 hours, but subsequent syncs take maybe 2 minutes to download the database file from the iPod (which is in itself 1.5GB in size). After that, it goes fast.
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