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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 242971 22-Nov-2018 07:59
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Hi all.

This has probably been asked already but.... I have just bought a 2007 Nissan X-Trail its a Japanese import so has the Japanese Sat Nav system. Dont use the nav just wanting to use audio.

When I bought it I glanced at the memory stick option and figured the sd cards etc would work. Silly me :). It appears to be one if the long memory sticks which so far no one can tell me where I can get one or even an adapter I can then maybe put a sd card into.

I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction. I am wanting Memory stick for a navi hc307-a

Thanks everyone

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  Reply # 2131472 22-Nov-2018 08:01
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Is it a Sony Memory Stick (Or Sony Memory Stick Pro Duo)?





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  Reply # 2131500 22-Nov-2018 08:47
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Yes it would be the proprietary sticks Sony use, the ones you find in some of their cameras and the Playstation portable.


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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 2131544 22-Nov-2018 09:26
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Thanks so I am assuming I can just get them from Sony store... Or does anyone know website link to order them from. Based in North Canterbury

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  Reply # 2131554 22-Nov-2018 09:41
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Thing is.... this format is old school. I can't think of anything recent that actually use them anymore.



There are some on trademe, small capacity though as they were for the original PSP.



Edit: you might have better chance of getting a micro sd to memory stick adapter and use whatever sd cards you already have.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 2131894 22-Nov-2018 14:15
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Hey guys... Thanks for all the help. Thinking I will look at getting the micro sd adapter. Looking like best option. Appreciate the help

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