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I just purchased two kingston 2gb SD Cards to use with my zoom H2 audio recorder. I opted for two 2Gb cards rather than one 4GB card because I don't expect to ever use more than 2GB of audio for a single session. With two cards, I can switch out between gigs.

UPDATE: I just found that many SDHC cards are compatible with the H2, so I'm going to purchase an 8Gb sdhc card from central computer and try it out. The more I think about it, the more I don't like the idea of having more cards to manage.

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