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Old July 7th, 2008, 08:03 AM   #1
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Sony PCM D50 question

I have ordered a Sony PCM D50 which shoiuld be with me on the 9th July. Can anyone advise me on which Memory stick I should use?. There seems to be so many variants of this stick, some are for gaming whilst others have a Magic Gate logo etc. The on-line PDF manual states Pro Duo (high Speed) or Pro - HG Duo - neither of which I can find on Amazon.co.uk
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Old July 7th, 2008, 09:51 AM   #2
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I have ordered a Sony PCM D50 which shoiuld be with me on the 9th July. Can anyone advise me on which Memory stick I should use?. There seems to be so many variants of this stick, some are for gaming whilst others have a Magic Gate logo etc. The on-line PDF manual states Pro Duo (high Speed) or Pro - HG Duo - neither of which I can find on Amazon.co.uk
The D50 only uses high speed memory in order to prevent any buffering problems. I haven't bought a memory stick for mine yet. I would stick to the recommended memory.

I can say that the built-in 4GB memory has been working extremely well for me. Easy to transfer via the USB cable. You will be very happy with this recorder.
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Old July 7th, 2008, 10:03 AM   #3
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THank you, I will try to track this Memory stick down. I also see that an 8gb card is available, will this work on the PCM 50 too?
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