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Old 05-10-2005, 01:55 PM
Denes Pagan Denes  Pagan is offline
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I've heard good and bad things about glyph systems, such as the 103 rack and keys. Could anyone help me out on picking up a good recording and storing hard disk system? Somebody mentioned to me the storcase system, is it any good compared to glyph system?
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Old 05-11-2005, 07:27 PM
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I've heard good and bad things about glyph systems, such as the 103 rack and keys. Could anyone help me out on picking up a good recording and storing hard disk system? Somebody mentioned to me the storcase system, is it any good compared to glyph system?
They're actually the same rig. Storcase is the manufacturer. All glyph adds is fancy looks.

Go Storcase - they're great, assuming you're using SCSI.

-Todd A.
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Old 01-18-2006, 08:31 AM
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I've heard good and bad things about glyph systems, such as the 103 rack and keys. Could anyone help me out on picking up a good recording and storing hard disk system? Somebody mentioned to me the storcase system, is it any good compared to glyph system?
They're actually the same rig. Storcase is the manufacturer. All glyph adds is fancy looks.

Go Storcase - they're great, assuming you're using SCSI.

-Todd A.
I apologize for replying to such an older post, but this just came to my attention.

Our GT103 1U rack is completely designed and built by us here at Glyph.

Besides that, we don't use any Storcase parts for any of our FirerWire GT series products.

Also, our design is true FireWire Hot-Swap, not merely an ATA removable system, in which the ATA drive is separated from the bridgeboard upon removal. Our GTKEY Hot-Swap drives include the bridgeboard, which is permantly attatched to the Seagate ATA within. This results in the lowest possible failure rate.

The GT103 1U rack, with it's three Hot-Swap bays, has dual redundant internal power supplies, and we support full tracking and editing even with ProTools HD Accel, at full track counts, using any recording rate.

I would strongly advise that any Glyph related questions be directed to me personally, here at Glyph. (gdiorio@glyphtech.com)

For more info on the GT Hot-Swap technology we invented, you can check out the info here: http://www.glyphtech.com/site/technology_integrity.html

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Giovanni.
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