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Will the Lyra support 4GB or 8GB SD cards that are not SDHC?

I use my Lyra for audio books. I have only tried 2GB SD cards so far. Before I buy a 4GB or GB SD card (not SDHC), I would like to know if my device will support them.
Thank you for your help.
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Buy a 4gb it does support them...

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