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Old 08-09-2009, 04:43 PM
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Default Transferring from internal memory to SD card?

When my 4gb unit gets filled is it easy to transfer everything in storage to a 4, 8, or 16gb sd card in one shot? Willl there be ANY problems on the tranfer such as sound quality loss -or- am I better off recording directly to external memory in the 1st place? Is it easy to do? The reason I'm asking is because I might buy another mp3 player that's smaller for carrying around and that has an SD card slot and uses a AAA battery. For those wondering I do like and need the Pilot since I'm only doing Line-In recording and it's one of the few players that offers that along with memory expansion for a decent price

One other unrelated question, Is it ok to record or listen to the Pilot while plugged into a wall or car charger? Thanks

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Old 08-19-2009, 10:53 PM
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It's very easy to do. Simply copy the files to your PC, then copy them to the SD card. There won't be any quality loss, it's all digital, it's an exact duplicate.

Yes, it's perfectly fine to use the Pilot when charging.
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