How reliable is adding memory to sandisk 4gb mp3 player?
Don’t know what exactly you’re asking here . . . does it work? Yes. Do some people have problems? Yes . . . if they themselves cause it. But if you’ve sucessfully added files to the player’s internal memory and have no problems, you shouldn’t have any trouble in adding them to a memory card. The cards themselves are extremely reliable and durable, although tiny so you could lose them when out of the player if you’re not careful.
Are there any limitations as to how much memory you can add?? ( ie: can I add 16 gb to a 4gb unit???)
The size of the internal memory chip has nothing to do with how large a memory card you can use. The largest SDHC card you can add is 32GB, although with reformatting (the card) you can also use the new larger 64GB SDXC card.
What is a comparable price to pay for microSDHC memory chip??
Depends on the size and where you buy it. I would advise against buying any from dealers on eBay. You will find unbelievable prices . . . for a reason. They’re mostly fake and/or counterfeit.
Amazon and other reputable on-line dealers have good prices, exceptional service and shipping and will stand behind what they sell, replacing any defective or problem products very efficiently and without hassle. I’m not going to shop around and give you links to memory cards; you’re intelligent enough to do that. Besides, that’s half the fun.
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