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Treo 650 new user - SD memory needed for MP3?

If I wanted to transfer approx 500 songs, what size SD memory is best? 128mb, 256mb, 512mb?

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Hello, welcome to Brighthand. Definetely 512 MB or 1 GB. For a 128 Kilobits rate (quality), 1 MB = 1 Minute. Of course you can lower the bit rate, but you will have lower quality.

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