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post #6106 of 12792

Anything spec'd as sdxc should be a minimum Class10 otherwise it's not sdxc.

post #6107 of 12792
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Knowing my luck though...if this ever happens...

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Apologies in advance on being daft

But what is that extra silver connection ? Is this possibly an inside joke us dafties wont get ?

It's a photoshop'd picture. The connector is the one that iBasso uses on its balanced portables - PB-1, PB-2,DB-2. It was indeed just a joke.
post #6108 of 12792
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Originally Posted by Anaxilus View Post

Well that's a new development.  I've been following the spec for more than 3 years and class 10 was supposed to be the bottom limit due to access times/xfer rates for large capacities.  Smacks of trying to market lower performing memory that they would otherwise label sdhc. 

 

They differentiated sdhc (high capacity) with sdxc (extra capacity) based on capacity alone rather than speed I think.

post #6109 of 12792
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They differentiated sdhc (high capacity) with sdxc (extra capacity) based on capacity alone rather than speed I think.

The spec originally tied capacity and speed together, I talked to the reps in person at CES a few years ago.  Probably changed because forcing class 10 or UHS1 on anything 64gb or above would have been had less market success and penetration.  Just a guess.  I don't think you'd enjoy navigating/using 128GB at class 2 let alone 2TB of data.  This is why they even increased the spec to UHS1 requiring an extra pin to handle the higher transfer rates.  This low speed 64gb is purely transitional I'd expect until 128/256gb becomes more prevalent.


Edited by Anaxilus - 5/23/12 at 3:38pm
post #6110 of 12792
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They are working on the folders and it does well with album art showing it on the album selection and the individual songs. It looks nice to my eye. 
 

 


Can u browse by cover art tho , or just browse as folders and if covers in metadata it appears whilst playing ?

 

Thanks

post #6111 of 12792
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DX100 belt and travel cases that work very well and are extremely well made. The cost of each is 15 dollars. I found the travel case at Best Buy here in the US and the belt case at REI but the belt case can be bought on line from the manufacture at 1 dollar cheaper. The belt hook on the belt case rotates with extremely positive stops and is incredibly strong. 

 

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Thanks mate for that

 Bestbuy here in canada has no idea on this product let alone the cases , also ive never heard of REI . Can you please

maybe give some exact purchase info Ie skus/manufacturers of the cases and model names ?

Cheers

post #6112 of 12792
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Originally Posted by kenman345 View Post

I wonder if the DX100 could handle more than a 32GB card. If not, if it's only a software block. If it's able to handle more memory than a 32GB card, it may be conceivable to create some type of case with a ribbon cable coming from a plastic SDHC shell that connects to a layer between the case and the DX100 with multiple cards plugged in. It would make it possible to use less expensive cards together and would make the DX100 able to store lots of data, making it much more portable. Even if the DX100 cannot support more than 32GBs SDHC cards, a solution like this with a switch to select which card is being used without having to mess around with a small card would be amazing. 

 

I hope my idea came through, and if anyone is interested, PM me and if I get enough interest I'll start looking into the parts and work up mockups if it wouldn't cost much to implement. My only concern would be making sure data accuracy was not lost with this process, and that it didn't introduce any issues with playback. This is why I thought it being integrated into a case would be best, to reduce movement of the cable and ensure some type of consistency between different users in how the product would be used. 


One of us is a genius and it aint me :) walking to a dental appt today i had a similar idea of somehow chaining together a number of cards

like a usb multi adapter , but your idea is way more elegant .

post #6113 of 12792
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Originally Posted by uelover View Post


By the same argument, have you questioned the sanity of people who bought iPod classic 160gb, especially when most of them use mp3 128-320kbps formats which amount up to whoknowshowmany hours of music?

 


LOL im insane in the membrane...i like all my music easily and immediately accessible ,i want it when i want it , and dont

want to go looking for it , copy/rip it ,by then my mood is ruined . I have a 160 , near full ,and i could use more room ,cept

now im prob flogging my 160 real soon . i picture myself with many well organized micro sd cards ,filled with as much music as

possible ,and having these all accessed as one or a simple switch between would be genius . i dont wanna be switchin out tiny

cards all the time, but worse yet i dont want to have to run to my pc for something when a jazz or a black metal or a Johnny cash

urge hits me

post #6114 of 12792
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Originally Posted by Anaxilus View Post

No, there's 64gb sdhc so that invalidates the argument that sdxc is a capacity measure only.

 

Hmm which one??

 

I only know that it was specified as follow:

 

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Originally Posted by Rozeqloud View Post


LOL im insane in the membrane...i like all my music easily and immediately accessible ,i want it when i want it , and dont

want to go looking for it , copy/rip it ,by then my mood is ruined . I have a 160 , near full ,and i could use more room ,cept

now im prob flogging my 160 real soon . i picture myself with many well organized micro sd cards ,filled with as much music as

possible ,and having these all accessed as one or a simple switch between would be genius . i dont wanna be switchin out tiny

cards all the time, but worse yet i dont want to have to run to my pc for something when a jazz or a black metal or a Johnny cash

urge hits me

 

Yeah its always nice to have many music on one device. I'm too lazy to even switch sd cards :)


Edited by uelover - 5/24/12 at 1:43am
post #6115 of 12792
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Originally Posted by uelover View Post

 

Hmm which one??

 

none of the above, none of those are micro-SDXC cards that fit like the one below.  The micro is a tiny little thing much smaller than the larger ones shown  above. The little card is shown in its packaging along side the SCHX adapter which is the same size as those shown above.

 

See the difference here compared with the above images:

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006L7510U/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00

 

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Edited by slwiser - 5/24/12 at 2:31am
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Originally Posted by slwiser View Post

 

none of the above, none of those are micro-SDXC cards that fit like the one below.  The micro is a tiny little thing much smaller than the larger ones shown  above. The little card is shown in its packaging along side the SCHX adapter which is the same size as those shown above.

 

See the difference here compared with the above images:

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006L7510U/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00

 

51R5MO0MlBL._AA300_.jpg

 

You misunderstood my post. I am not asking which SD card works for the DX100. Do read the past few posts.

 

I am making a reply to Anaxilus' remark that there are 64GB SDHC.

 

I am asking him where are those 64GB SDHC that support his statement as quoted:

 

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Originally Posted by Anaxilus View Post

No, there's 64gb sdhc so that invalidates the argument that sdxc is a capacity measure only.

 

As far as I know, sdhc and sdxc are differentiated by capacity only and information out there supports this. If there exists a 64GB SDHC card, it will be interesting to see which is it.


Edited by uelover - 5/24/12 at 2:54am
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{A very handy page!} <-----click me

 

 

SDXC Backwards Compatibility Configuration

SDXC memory cards can be used only with SDXC host products.

SDXC host products can use SD, SDHC and SDXC memory cards.

SDHC memory cards can be used with SDHC and SDXC host products.

SDHC host products can use both SD and SDHC memory cards.

Backwards capability is a standard, for example a data format in electronics such as video cameras and computers. A device is backwards compatible if products designed for the new standard can receive, read, view or play older standards and formats.

Compatibility
  SDXC
memory card
SDHC
memory card
SD
memory card
SDXC
host products
YES YES YES
SDHC
host products
NO YES YES
SD
host products
NO NO YES
SDXC Memory Cards for PCs

When you use your SDXC memory card with your PC, please confirm if your PC supports exFAT and please download appropriate software.

Overview: SDXC support on Windows OS

Windows 2000, Me and 98 OS do not support SDXC.

Overview: SDXC support on MacOS


Edited by turokrocks - 5/24/12 at 5:27am
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{A very handy page!} <-----click me

 

Great info in total. I pasted it to the front page. 

post #6119 of 12792
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Originally Posted by dc-k View Post

 the 64 gigs are still rather higher per gig than the 32s but under a pound a gig, I got mine from here.

Can we pay paypal, or they have a store in London? Is that a geniue Sandisk card? What class is it? How fast is the delivery as i am going on holiday tuesday.

Many thanks.

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Originally Posted by musicday View Post

Can we pay paypal, or they have a store in London? Is that a geniue Sandisk card? What class is it? How fast is the delivery as i am going on holiday tuesday.

Many thanks.

 

 

yes they take paypal, I don't think they have any stores and their delivery is not the quickest in the world but it'll be genuine, I've used them for a fair old while with no problems...

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