Question about Harley Davidson Road Tech HA90 MP3 Player
I've just purchased an HA90 player myself. I've read all of the troubleshooting forums and solutions, etc. My question is : what is the largest size SD card that will function with this player? Has anyone had success with a 4GB up to this point? (considering everything was correctly formatted, etc.)? Or is 2GB seem to be the most it will handle? Really would appreciate some feedback on this before I purchase new SD cards....... THANKS!
Reformat the sd card with fat32, in windows
I am now using a 2 gig card this way. It takes a little longer to start up, but it does work,,
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
I have a 1GB SD loaded and it works fine. Simply use the USB holder included and drag your MP3s in into it. No nesting, folders, etc. or it won't work. Picky...
I just purchased a 4GB SDHC Lexar. My computer sees it and I can put files on the disk. However, none of my handhelds will read it. So, I gotta take the thing back and get something smaller. Probably just use a couple of 1GB SDs instead of 1 big one. The 1GBs hold 10 hours worth easy. I can change them out each day on long trips. That's my 2 cents.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
The largest sd card I can get to work in my ha90mp3 player is a 512mb, which will hold about 145 songs after I rip them to the mp3 format, if I rip them into the windows media audio pro format I can get about 580 songs on the 512mb card,
to get more volume out of the system download mp3 gain and follow instructions, you can bring your songs from a 84/89 db level to a 105 db level and gain a lot of volume
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
The 4gb cards are called SDHC(secure digital high capacity), check the packaging for the sdhc logo, if it just says sd your max size is 2gb.
Posted on Sep 23, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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