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I'm using a Sandisk Ultra 128GB SDXC card and it works fine.
I use my 128GB card in my PD with no issues.
@HiFlight You can try this formatter here:
When you get a chance (and a larger working microSD card) I would love to hear your comparisons of the PD with all the other DAPs you have listed in your signature.
I'm using a 128 patriot formatted with guiformat, no problems.
I will make some comparisons after seeing how it performs with my favorite IEMs. Cowan has some of the best DSP technology in the industry so I expect good things. If the SQ is as good as the UI, I will be a happy camper!
Sounds like a plan!
sandisk 128gigs works.
Guess I will reformat a couple of my non-working cards, reload some music and see what happens.
How many threads are we both running in?
I've got a 200GB Sandisk on order (for delivery early April). FAT32 should do it right from disk utility.
Current Plenue 1 owner here. Finally broke down and grabbed a Cowon D, with @shigzeo's great review on Headfonia as well as the measurements he posted on Ohm Image pushing me over the edge. I have a 200GB Sandisk microSD card arriving on Wednesday and the D should be arriving tomorrow (thanks to Amazon $3.99 overnight shipping). I'll try to provide some detailed differences between the P1 and the PD, although to be honest I'm not expecting there to be many.
I grabbed the PD mainly to see if the much lower output impedance would make a difference in how my IEMs sound. That and the battery life will make it a better item for traveling.
Well, I hope you enjoy it. My case finally came in: blue. The thing is carved up mad. The aluminium body is pretty soft.
I'm using a MicroSDXC SanDisk Ultra 64 GB in mine, it works flawlessly (I did format it with guiformat in FAT32).
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Is anyone using .m3u playlists on the PD? I can't get it to work. Tried using both regular m3u as well as extended m3u. Stored them in the root folder of the device, in the "playlists" folder and in the "music" folder but to no avail.
Since I've been trying a couple different DAPs lately I find it helpful just to default to guiformat fat32 so I can swap cards, because apparently advanced file system support is far too deman..... *takes a breath* phew... almost went into snarkrant mode again