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Old 01-17-2021, 08:16 AM
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Default Any Use for Original TDM cards?

Getting ready to make the switch from an Old PT 10 HD3 system with Magma Chasis. ( HD 10, Mac os 10 ) to a Mac Mini PT2021 Standard / Native ( Non HD ) System with non Avid I\/O.

Is there any use in the Old Original HD cards? Can they be used with anything modern. * without an expensive upgrade fee / box ETC.


What about the 192 I/O's or 96 I/O's it's my understanding that they can't work without an HD or HDX card to connect to correct?


Just checking on anyones experience here before most likely selling this stuff off.
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