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post #856 of 7658
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Originally Posted by jenia1 View Post

WHYYY does it have to be a microSD card?? they are so darn expensive!! why not regular SD, im sure the space for the can be found... its like 3 times cheaper.. the 256gb are like 4 times lol.. and if somebody really wants to use a microSD he can just get an adaptor,
im gonna HATE it to have to hack my way in with a SD to microSD adaptor which will look like crap and be prone to problems..
MicroSD cards are pretty cheap...
post #857 of 7658
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Originally Posted by FatmanSize48 View Post

MicroSD cards are pretty cheap...
The price discrepancy between SD and MicroSD cards of approximate size and speed are negligible at best...
post #858 of 7658
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Originally Posted by FatmanSize48 View Post


The price discrepancy between SD and MicroSD cards of approximate size and speed are negligible at best...

SANDISK microSDXC UHS-I classe 10 128 Go (SDSDQUA-0128G-U46A Ultra) : 130€

SANDISK Ultra SDXC UHS-I classe 10 128 Go (SDSDU-128G-U46A Ultra) : 84€

No comments.

 

Oh... just one :

MicroSD max capacity : 128Go

SDHC max capacity : 256Go


Edited by Silverprout - 4/15/14 at 8:35am
post #859 of 7658
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Originally Posted by FatmanSize48 View Post


MicroSD cards are pretty cheap...

 

 

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Originally Posted by FatmanSize48 View Post


The price discrepancy between SD and MicroSD cards of approximate size and speed are negligible at best...

 

 

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Originally Posted by Silverprout View Post
 

SANDISK microSDXC UHS-I classe 10 128 Go (SDSDQUA-0128G-U46A Ultra) : 130€

SANDISK Ultra SDXC UHS-I classe 10 128 Go (SDSDU-128G-U46A Ultra) : 84€

No comments.

 

Oh... just one :

MicroSD max capacity : 128Go

SDHC max capacity : 256Go

 

 

No, thats cheap, and far from negligible http://www.amazon.de/128GB-Secure-Digital-Speicherkarte-HighSpeed/dp/B00JAXVUSO/ref=sr_1_168?s=ce-de&ie=UTF8&qid=1397143478&sr=1-168&keywords=128gb+sd#productDetails


Edited by jenia1 - 4/15/14 at 8:45am
post #860 of 7658


Yes, SDHC are bigger and cheaper...

 

PS : microSD are very easy to loose !


Edited by Silverprout - 4/15/14 at 8:57am
post #861 of 7658

x2 for SD instead of MicroSD.

 

Cheaper, harder to loose and many times, faster.

post #862 of 7658
My argument holds true for 64GB and under cards, the prices for which are the only ones that matter. I really don't see many folks spending more than the cost of the DAP on damn storage...

BTW, "loose" is incorrect. You can have a "loose" screw that doesn't fit; if the loose screw falls out, you'll "lose" it.
post #863 of 7658

i really don't see many folks being content with 64GB and under, especially on this forum.

post #864 of 7658
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Originally Posted by FatmanSize48 View Post

My argument holds true for 64GB and under cards, the prices for which are the only ones that matter. I really don't see many folks spending more than the cost of the DAP on damn storage...

BTW, "loose" is incorrect. You can have a "loose" screw that doesn't fit; if the loose screw falls out, you'll "lose" it.

 

I don't understand the argument. You have to spend money on storage. Why wouldn't you want to spend less money for more storage, regardless of the price of the DAP?

 

And why do the prices of the 64G cards only matter? I very much want a 128G card (again, regardless of the price of the DAP).


Edited by waynes world - 4/15/14 at 3:33pm
post #865 of 7658
I am really interested in reading about the latest Fiio DAPs and I love Fiio amps but I am sticking with my Rockboxed Hifiman 601 and 601le as I love the interface but just as importantly I have had 128gb sdxc cards in them for quite a while. The use of the full sized sd cards is a major benefit for me.
post #866 of 7658
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Originally Posted by FatmanSize48 View Post

My argument holds true for 64GB and under cards, the prices for which are the only ones that matter. I really don't see many folks spending more than the cost of the DAP on damn storage...

BTW, "loose" is incorrect. You can have a "loose" screw that doesn't fit; if the loose screw falls out, you'll "lose" it.

on the contra, many people today are looking for  DAPs which offer a high amout of storage, especially since losless format is out, the music directories have grown exponentially bigger,

spending more money for storange than a DAP makes more sense to me than spending the same amount on storage as before but more for the DAP itself, i mean... LOGIC??

post #867 of 7658

You can put a MicroSD in a SDHC slot... and you can't put a SDHC in a microSD slot.

Why choose microSD ?

:blink:

post #868 of 7658
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Originally Posted by Silverprout View Post
 

You can put a MicroSD in a SDHC slot... and you can't put a SDHC in a microSD slot.

Why choose microSD ?

:blink:

 

Well, thanks to some enterprising individual who was grappling with the same issue, technically, you could...just a bit messy. :D

post #869 of 7658
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Originally Posted by ProtegeManiac View Post
 

 

Well, thanks to some enterprising individual who was grappling with the same issue, technically, you could...just a bit messy. :D
 

Indeed! But it may add too much bulk though specially when this is mostly likely gonna be used for sports xD 

 

I just realized FiiO is using MicroSD~ 

post #870 of 7658
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Originally Posted by ProtegeManiac View Post
 

 

Well, thanks to some enterprising individual who was grappling with the same issue, technically, you could...just a bit messy. :D

 

 

You can put a MicroSD in a SDHC slot... and you can't put a SDHC in:D a microSD slot.

 

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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post
 

Indeed! But it may add too much bulk though specially when this is mostly likely gonna be used for sports xD 

 

I just realized FiiO is using MicroSD~ 

 

An high-res DAP for sports... :blink:


Edited by Silverprout - 4/16/14 at 5:12am
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