Music Label Soundwave & SDHC cards

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  1. sunlink

    sunlink Be Transformed TFW2005 Supporter

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    Does anyone out there know if the Music Label Soundwaves can utilize a High Capacity mini SD card (2GB+)?

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  2. Razorclaw

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    I think ML Soundwaves support only SD cards up to 1 GB. I don't for sure as I don't own one.
     
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    I have heard some people are using a 2Gb card but I havent heard of any larger.
     
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    It's 'officially' a 1GB limit, but people have used 2GB cards on it and they've worked just fine.
     
  5. FreshDebesh

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    Yeah I got a 2 GB card on mine and it still works.
     
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    cool - thanks for the info everyone!
     
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    Though it seems pointless to have 2GB, even 1 GB is a lot, since the MP3 player doesn't remember where you stopped at each time you take a break. So once you press STOP, it just plays from the very beginning of your first song again the next time. So having a really big card just means that you need to press the SKIP FORWARD button a lot more times. :D  Unless thats the only Mini SD card you have lying around.
     

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