New MAGMA PCI Expander Digi Approved

7 Slotter 64-Bit beast just the ticket for HD systems      06/03/02
Press Release
SAN DIEGO, CA- February 26, 2002- Update: Are you a professional musician, engineer or producer looking to move into high definition with the new Pro Tools|HD System? Digidesign boasts: “Digidesign’s flagship industry-standard DAW system, Pro Tools, has undergone a complete rebirth!” As part of the HD launch effort, Digidesign has approved MAGMA’s 64-bit 7 slot PCI-to-PCI expansion system, and officially supports this professional digital audio enabler for use with its Pro Tools|HD Systems! The MAGMA model number for the Digi Approved system is P7R464-D1. In fact, MAGMA’s expansion chassis is the only 64-bit expansion system available in the universe that is fully “Digidesign Approved” for use with HD systems! For those with “a need for speed”, the 64-bit/33 MHz system is screaming fast! Plus, this new system is a rugged, heavy-duty rack-mount unit that supports seven full length PCI cards, and is shipped with an auto-switching power supply and cooling fans. Optional Accessories:
Internal disk drive cage and fan, which holds up to four (4) internal disk drives; 18” rack slide kit, allowing for easy access to your chassis in the rack; and, finally, a longer 1.5-meter cable- when a 1-meter cable just won’t do! Manufacturing is now in full swing- and production units are shipping today! If you want the fastest, most powerful high definition system available, call the MAGMA Sales Team, and order a Digi-Approved 64-bit chassis today. MAGMA Sales: 858.530.2511, sales@magma.com, or visit our web-site at
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