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Title: SDHC cards
Post by: Frank on April 26, 2012, 08:34:34 PM
Hello,

Recently Amazon sent me a Sandisk 32 GB class 10 sdhc card with a 30MB transfer rate instead of the 32 GB class 4 sdhc card with a transfer rate of 15MB's that I originally ordered. Has anyone used a class 10 with those specs and had any issues recording audio? It was the same price so I would rather not send it back unless I have to. BTW, I use an Edirol R-09HR if that makes a difference. Thanks!

Frank
Title: Re: SDHC cards
Post by: capnhook on April 26, 2012, 09:17:43 PM
No experience with your problem, Frank.

I bought a Lexar 16GB class 10 SDHC from Target last week, the damn thing wouldn't let me record four channels on my r-44  ???.  Locked me down to just two  ???.

Actually bought two, took 'em both back today.  Didn't try the second one.

Kevin
Title: Re: SDHC cards
Post by: F.O.Bean on May 03, 2012, 01:04:26 AM
I just bought [1] 32gb MicroSDHC Card for my *main* M10. I am really hoping it works in my M10. I think it will. Its a 32gb class 4. Wish me luck :)
Title: Re: SDHC cards
Post by: Chipper on July 23, 2012, 06:21:55 PM
I use a Alesis TwoTrack for the nine to five and did the same thing that happend to you but to myself. I ordered the class 4 micro SDHC  (http://www.wirelessground.com/sandisk-32gb-microsdhc.html), but i have no problems with recording. Everything seems fine. But as a small test from the card to my desktop, the transfer rate was considerably faster....