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Memory Upgradeable Players

Discussion in 'Headphones, Earphones & Portable Music' started by slocombe, May 9, 2005.

  1. slocombe

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    anyone know of any players which take compactflash/sd/etc cards so you can upgrade the memory or have different types of music on each card? Most of the flash players seem to have fixed memory.
     
  2. shirleywhite

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    My favourite is the panasonic sv-sd85. The player is excellent - as well as sd cards can also get spare mini gumstick batteries. Only down side is haviing to use Pana's SD jukebox software to transfer. There's an updated version coming soon - the sv-sd100 - which is similar but also has FM radio !!
     
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    If you go to this page and type "sd card" in the search criteria box and then tick the box for search in product descriptions, you will see a few listed.
     
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    I got a cheap and cheerful MP3 player form either bigpockets or svp (cannot remember which one).

    It cost £20 plus P&P and takes sd cards.

    I bought a 512mb sd card from ebuyer on one of their free p&p deals cost £25 (offer still on).

    I use a USB card reader to drag and drop mp3 files from the PC onto it. The files are encoded to either 96 or 128kbps and sound excellent.

    If you want a throw away mp3 player then I can highly recommend it.

    I know that some people will scoff and say the sound quality will be rubbish but I cannot honestly tell the difference between this one and my i-river iHP-140 (I obviously have very uneducated ears!!)
     
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