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SanDisk Guru
Posts: 16,315
Registered: ‎04-17-2008

Re: Recommended microSDHC

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Chill MetaData. There's a difference between discussing a competitor's product and "promoting" it. There is no law or rule (implied or otherwise) prohibiting the discussion of other memory cards here on the forum. SanDisk, Kingston, AData, Transcend are all good brands. The only issue I have ever heard with Kingston involved videos on one of SanDisk's older players.

 

Clearly though, you have to buy what is avaialble in your area of this big, blue marble and any one should work without problems. The only advice I could give you is that there seems to be issues around the use of Class 10 cards in these players. Being that these higher speed cards cost much more than Class 4 and provide you with no additional benefits in playback from them, I don't know why one would want to spend more and risk the potential problems.

 

Besides, didn't you already say you made up you mind and was going to buy an AData card? I'm sure it will serve you well.

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Posts: 10
Registered: ‎09-03-2012

Re: Recommended microSDHC

Thanks a lot Tapeworm. I just needed some reassurance. Cat Happy