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renegade722

SPV M1500

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Hi everyone,

I was wondering whether anyone could answer a quick question for me...

Does anyone know what is the maximum size SD card you can put into an SPV M1500?

I remember reading other topics where people complained that their M500s / Imate Jams wouldn't accept certain brands of SD card or would alternatively only accept a particular maximum size :?:

With the advent of ever greater capacities, I think the current max is 2Gb for around £100, it would be great to carry around enough music and movies to only have to re-sync every 2 weeks or so.

Any info would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance :)

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I've never heard any suggestions of compatibility issues with new SD cards on either the HTC Blue Angel nor the HTC Alpine (your SPV M1500). U should be able to use as large a card as is on the market :)

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Good news :)

Thanks for the info and such a quick reply

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Just to add to the info .... I'm using a m1500 with a 1gb card i got cheap off a spanish market so i wouldn't think brand would be an issue :)

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I've never heard any suggestions of compatibility issues with new SD cards on either the HTC Blue Angel nor the HTC Alpine (your SPV M1500). U should be able to use as large a card as is on the market  ;)

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I'm looking at getting an SD or MMC card from emartbuy.com - they have a SD that is 150X (read 22.5 MB/s and write at 15 MB/s) and the mmc is 200X (read 30MB/s and write 12.5MB/s)

Which card format (if either) works better with the alpine and is it better to go for the higher read speed of write speed?

Sam

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