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Old 09-12-2012, 06:05 PM
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You can find the definition for SD card speed class here https://www.sdcard.org/developers/overview/speed_class/. Essentially it's the speed the card records (video)data. The higher the class the faster the data should transfer.

The speed of everything that occurs on the player is slower than the slowest card so any class card works well there. When it comes to file transfer speed the limit is that of the internal memory of the player. In my experience that maxes out at around 4 Mbps. If you use a card reader that usually will let you transfer files quicker.

Most complaints I've read of cards not working have involved Class 10 non-sandisk cards on the Fuze and other sandisk players. I've never spent the extra to get a Class 10 card so I haven't run into any card that hasn't worked.
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