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SD Cards for KN7000
hinckleyj
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Posted on 03-11-2015 21:42
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Hi everyone,

My apologies if this has already been discussed, but can anyone advise what the maximum size SD card a KN7000 will support?

I cannot find any official specifications on this and the ones I have are old (8MB and 16Meg) but you can't even buy them this small any more.

If anyone can suggest a brand and size which they know works fine, I would be grateful. All the cards on Amazon seem to be GB in size now, not MB

Thanks in advance.

John H
Edited by hinckleyj on 03-11-2015 21:45
 
HarryG
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Posted on 04-11-2015 08:10
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Hello,

the KN 7000 can manage an SD card of 1GB, but no SDHC Cards.
But it is also possible to use a card 2 GB.
 
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Posted on 07-11-2015 09:49
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Confirming Harry's message:-
Max size SD card for the KN7000 is 2GB. This was to be the largest (and final) capacity of the first-generation SD cards that were around at the time KN7000s/2600s were built.

'SDHC' cards were introduced to provide HD Video facilities for the likes of camera owners and can not be read by our Technics keyboards. I believe that SDHC cards only started at 4GB. If there ever were any SDHC cards made that could cause an issue for us I am certain they would have been in the 2GB size only. So, stay below 2GB and you will be okay.

As far as manufacture is concerned I can only say that I have experience of SanDisk, Panasonic, Kingston & Samsung and never had one fail - but they can, so I always go out with a back-up card.

Lower capacity (8mb/16mb/32mb/64mb/256mb/1G) SD cards can occasionally be found on eBay. Personally, I favour (and use) 64mb SD cards but if you use a lot of SD-Audio then a 1GB will do nicely.

And you are right, John - there is nothing to be found concerning the specified maximum card size. One of my 2600s still had the original card it was shipped with - 8mb!

Bless its little metal pins - it's still working brilliantly.
 
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