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Sosi
01-04-2013, 11:23 PM
Anyone know what is the largest supported flash drive this deck can handle? i have tried 2 64gb (pny/centon) formated as FAT32 and they both have problems playing songs, when i only had one or two songs on the pny it would play but as soon as i loaded more music (folders etc) it would say unplayable format (although all songs are .mp3). I thought it was the usb cable but i got my hands on a ipod classic and it works fine. I'm thinking 32gb maybe? but wanted to see if anyone could verify, Pioneer tech support failed me the other day so i would "try again" but i don't think i would get a answer.

Slayerx
01-05-2013, 01:01 AM
SDHC is up to 32gb, which is what most things support. Larger cards, 64gb, 128gb (SDXC) is still relatively new (2010) and still isn't implemented in a lot of electronics, although being formatted in fat32 will help compatibility in older products supporting SDHC

Sosi
01-05-2013, 01:19 AM
Thanks i know that but this particular deck doesn't support sd cards at all, only FLASH DRIVES via usb.

Slayerx
01-05-2013, 01:22 AM
Thanks i know that but this particular deck doesn't support sd cards at all, only FLASH DRIVES via usb.

sorry I thought I read SD card. Norco and Valium have me a little off.