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Guest vampyre69

http://www.flash-memory.co.uk/pp/Secure_Di...gital_Card.html

http://www.misco.co.uk/productinformation/...D%20DIGITAL.htm

http://www.flash-memory.co.uk/pp/Secure_Di...mory_Cards.html

I like kingston because of the fact they make rock solid memory.

im on a budget atm so any suggestions would be great or if someone has one for sale.

cheers guys/gals

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Guest Confucious

bigger = better

Apart from that you *shouldn't* have a problem. The SPV e200 had a problem with dual layer cards but I've never come across another device that has had problems with any card. Probably best to get the supplier to confirm it will work with the Universal then you can get your money back if it doesn't.

I'm using an old Sandisk 1Gb card I had lying around but 4Gb ones are just starting to appear.

HTH

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Guest scott_donald

watch ebuyer... i bought a plasma tv from them which wsaa shown wrongly on there site and was basically a monitor...

now they have a fake address etc for returns... refuse to answer phone...

trading standards are dealing with this for me and state they have had many problems with them in the past...

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Guest geraintwd

I use a 2GB Sandisk Ultra II SD. Got it for £75 + £2.50 p+p (Royal Mail Special Delivery) from a company called Bristol Cameras. I now have close to 900 songs on it :)

Try froogle to shop around for the best price. As for manufacturer, IMO you can't go wrong with Sandisk.

HTH

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