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Marantz pmd670 4 Gig Card formatting problem

I have tried to format a 4 gig flash card but the machine just freezes during the process. I have tried it with a 4GB Sandisk standard, a 4GB Transcend and a 4GB Lexar. They all have the same problem and I'm very disappointed as I've spent way too much money on these cards to have this sort of a problem. I have also tried formatting them in my computer as stated in the mannual but when i do that the recorder gives the message "card full" when i go to record. Is there a firmware update to solve this problem?

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  • karstdj Feb 21, 2008

    I hae the same problem with a Sandisk ultra II 8 gb card. I am very dissapointed and see no solution. Please help me (us) out!

  • PulseStudios Mar 03, 2008

    Same problem here with an ADATA 4 gb card

  • gpeter Feb 19, 2009

    the pmd670 will not format my new 4 GB card, nor will it recognize the card when formatted on a PC. hence, i can't record anything to my new 4 GB card with my pmd670.

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Hi, I have the same problem and I read somewhere else about the frimware update. Did you managed to get it?how did you get it?

Thanks.

Posted on Mar 08, 2015

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    JJMM Apr 04, 2015

    I have found out how to get it. I ask for it through Denon professional website (www.d-mpro.com) and I got an answer with the firmware from somebody from InMusic brands. I now need to find out how to install it.

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Am told there is a firmware update that will allow the PMD 670 to read up to 32GB am going to call Marantz USA to find out how to download

Posted on Jul 13, 2010

  • Beard Moen Sep 20, 2010

    Did you ever find out about the firmware? Did it work?

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No solutions, Marantz it´s a very old technology

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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