Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I recently purchased a Wharfedale mp3 player with an internal memory of 4gb. There is extra storage in the form of a mini SD card, up to 2 gb, according to the supplied manual. Is there any reason why it would be limited to 2gb? I have seen mini SD cards with a bigger memory than this but do not want to purchase one if they are not compatible.
Yes there are other mini SD cards with higher memory but before you purchase be sure its compatible with your player. You can also save your songs or other datas in your computer, if you dont have other options. you can change the songs that are saved in your player using your computer in that way you dont need an extra SD card.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
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