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Old 09-24-2000, 09:28 PM
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Default What\'s the best 2nd drive for a B&W SCSI G3?

Just starting to get into this, got ProTools working on my B&W G3 for the first time this weekend, now I need the wisdom of those who have gone before me on the same equipment:

What 2nd drive should I get?

I see from these discussions that I can safely save money by going with an ATA drive, but is that recommended even if the main drive is SCSI?

Specific drive recommendations for Digi001/ProTools on a B&W G3 much appreciated!

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-Alex Yourke
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