the microsd card


Here you can view the contents and functions of both the Neo CFX and Neo Proffie Saber configuration’s microSD card.

MicroSD Card Contents

The following is a list of files found inside your saber's microSD card if it is using the Neo CFX Saber Preconfiguration.

Unless you know what you are doing, we advise against changing or deleting anything in your saber's microSD card.

1-SABERTRIO etc...

Each folder contains a sound font. These are a collection of audio files that enable your Neo CFX Saber to produce dynamic sound effects.


Do not modify these files unless you know what you are doing!

Contains the Neo CFX Saber Manual as well as files needed for your saber to operate.


Where you can put .WAV audio files for the iSaber Music Player.

View 'Importing Music' to learn more


Do not modify this file!
Modifying/deleting this file will cause your saber to malfunction.


Where color profiles are defined.

View 'Blade Color' to learn more


Where the majority of the saber's operating parameters are defined, including blade profiles.

View 'Blade Animation' to learn more


Do not modify this file!
Modifying/deleting this file will cause your saber to malfunction.


Do not modify this file!

Where the saber stores last-used data.


Where you can find important information like the firmware version of your Crystal Focus X soundboard.

Go to 'Support' to learn about the most recent firmware version and how to update.

View 'Support' to learn more


Do not modify this file unless there are hardware changes that require it.

A manual override for features not accessible elsewhere.

In the event that the data on your saber's microSD card is lost/damaged, please contact us for a new digital copy.

View 'Contact' to get in touch

CFX - Accessing the microSD Card

Power Core Chassis System

The microSD card is located on top of your saber's soundboard.

Legacy Chassis System

The microSD card is hidden under the soundboard.

For instructions on how to remove the chassis, go to the 'Recharging' page.

View 'Recharging' to learn more

Step 1

Push in on the end of the microSD card until you feel a subtle click, let go, and the microSD card will pop out.

Step 2

Once fully removed, insert it into a microSD card reader, connect it to your computer and navigate to it with your computer’s file manager (eg. Windows File Explorer / OSX Finder).

Before you proceed with any customization or exploration, we strongly recommend that you backup an unaltered copy of the microSD card’s contents locally.