Question about Denon DN-HD2500 MP3 Player
Unfortunatley this is not supported by the operating system built into your Denon HD 2500. It will support 80Gig Max. Normally sold with 40Gig. My Denon has 6,800 tracks in MP3 format and still has 13GB free ( I have standard 40 Gig unit) You might also be interested to know that it will only store 50,000 items (Maximum size for the database.)
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
First of all , 500gig its a lot and its not recomend to used such a large hd, second, the hd probably its not format in FAT32, mostly of the external hd came format in ntfs, but all the media player such ipods or dvd media players or even the dn2500 used fat32 format, so you need to copy all your music to another hardrive and format the 500 gigs to fat 32, but in my opinion you should organice better your music i dont thing you ever will used 500gigs and the data base its so large that it will take forever to load.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
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