Mine is a 32 GB, but I think it is a 2.0 high speed....not likely compatible.
According to the manual, it's not. You can surely find a cheap compatible one on Amazon though. Could have sworn I read about a size limitation of the drive itself somewhere in the manual but now I can't locate it.
Mass storage class USB memory can be connected. USB storage devices that can be played back are accompanied by the following restrictions.
. Maximum directory layers: 8 layers (including the ROOT)
. Maximum number of files in a folder: 255
. Maximum number of folders: 512 (type A audio)/255 (type B audio) (including the ROOT)
. Maximum number of files on the device: 130,560 (type A audio)/2,500 (type B audio)
. ATAPI subclass USB cannot be played.
. High Speed USB 2.0 cannot be played.
. A USB memory that is powered by a source other than the USB power supply (for example, an AC power adapter, etc.) cannot be operated.
. A USB memory that is connected to the memory card reader or multi card reader cannot be operated.
. If the USB memory consists of two drives or more, the system will recog- nize only one of the drives after con- necting the USB memory.
. The contents stored on the USB memory may not be played in the same order as they appear on a personal computer.
. A personal computer cannot be used even if it is connected to the system using a USB cable.
. If the USB memory has a security function, the contents stored on the USB memory cannot be played by the system.
. A USB memory and an iPod® cannot be connected to the system at the same time.
Found more info on the USB in another portion of the manual:
About the supported USB memory standards
USB1.0/1.1/2.0 (maximum transfer speed is same as USB 2.0)
• Mass memory support:
Supports USB mass storage class.