Clusters are the smallest unit of memory that the VS-1680 uses to manage data
on a disk drive. The smallest physical units on a disk drive are called either
sectors or blocks, and depending on the device, the size that is handled can be
For example, the VS-1680 is designed to use disks with 512 bytes/sector. When
the VS-1680 manages song data, it handles 64 sectors as a single unit
(cluster). This means that 512 (bytes) x 64 (sectors) = 32768 bytes (32
kilobytes) is one cluster.