Sound Devices extensively tests removable recording media with the 788T Recorder.
These CF cards from other manufacturers listed below have been tested and have successfully passed benchmark testing.
|128 GB||Delkin Devices||CF1050X, UDMA7, 120 MB/s write; 160 MB/s read|
|64 GB||Delkin Devices||CF1050X, UDMA7, 120 MB/s write; 160 MB/s read|
|32 GB||Delkin Devices||CF1050X, UDMA7, 120 MB/s write; 160 MB/s read|
This table contains CF cards approved/tested by Sound Devices, but no longer readily available for online purchase.
|64 GB||SanDisk||Extreme Pro; UDMA7; 90 MB/s|
|32 GB||SanDisk||Extreme; UDMA7; 90 MB/s|
|32 GB||LEXAR||Prof 1000X; UDMA7; 145 MB/s write; 150 MB/s read|
|32 GB||LEXAR||Prof 800X; UDMA7; 45 MB/s write; 120 MB/s read|
|32 GB||Delkin Devices||CF700X, UDMA6, 67 MB/s write; 105 MB/s read, See Note 1|
|16 GB||Delkin Devices||CF700X, UDMA6, 67 MB/s write; 105MB/s read, See Note 2|
|16 GB||SanDisk||Extreme Pro; UDMA7; 90 MB/s|
|16 GB||WINTEC||Filemate Professional; UDMA5; 25 MB/s write|
* Note 1: Sound Devices and Delkin have worked closely together with regards to testing CF model 700x cards. Delkin has confirmed that cards containing VQ in the serial number are not compatible, but cards ending with VU in the serial number are compatible, and are therefore approved.
* Note 2: Sound Devices has worked directly with Delkin to identify an intermittent Media I/O issue with newer Delkin CF 500x and CF 700x cards. Delkin has confirmed that a recent change to these two cards is most likely responsible for the errors. Cards containing KZ in the serial number are susceptible to this issue and should not be used. Cards containing VB in the serial number will function correctly and are approved. Deklin CF 1000x and 1050x cards do not experience this issue and may continue to be used.