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I want to know if my mp3 sandisk e130 supports 4gb sd cards like pqi sd card high speed 150 4gb

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No matter what headphone I use sound only comes out of one earphone. If I press the top of the plug the sound comes out of both. Is there a way to fix this?

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See the following: http://livedigitally.com/?p=277&more=1&c=1 select Edit: Find (On This Page...): type in "4gb" and check through the results . . . although SanDisk only claims 2gb support for the e130/e140, it appears that 4gb is doable . . .

Posted on May 04, 2007

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Hi. The E100 series players (including your E130) can only support up to 2GB SD cards.

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