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Expansion Enclosure from Netstor compatibility with Pro Tools

Started by Mike Dimswell May 9, 2011. 0 Replies

Hello Avid / DigiDesign: Are you guys going to consider  this new Expansion enclosure from Netstor as another expansion chassis solution for your Pro Tools HD PCIE cards? if so, do you have plans on testing it for compatibility? Here is the Article…Continue

DAE -1115

Started by Magma Feb 16, 2011. 0 Replies

Product: PE6R4-IComputer: MacProApplication: Pro Tools HD cards  Issue:DAE -1115 Error is Encountered When Launching Pro Tools 9.0 with a Magma PE6R4 Expansion Chassis Installed in a Mac 12-Core or 8-Core Westmere Mac Pro Computer Problem found:It…Continue

Recommended ATX power supply for PE6NE-I or PE6R4

Started by Chris Cortez. Last reply by Michele Tamo Mar 15, 2011. 11 Replies

I wanted to start a list of verified working power supplies for the Magma Chassis and Pro Tools HD.  After a bumpy start building my chassis with the PE6NE-I backplane, I figured out that this motherboard and pro tools cards combo really needs a…Continue

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PE6R4-I Installation in MacPro and Troubleshooting

Started by Magma Jun 29, 2010. 0 Replies

Product: PE6R4-IComputer: Mac ProOperating System: 10.6Application: Protools HD (8.0)1. Install the Magma Host Interface card in the last PCIE slot, this is the PCIE slot farthest away from the video card inside the MacPro.2. Make sure the Magma…Continue

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Is Protools 8.0.3 not Compatible with Snow Leopard?

Started by Magma. Last reply by Magma Apr 13, 2010. 1 Reply

http://duc.digidesign.com/showthread.php?t=262821Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard)Pro Tools Software Versions Below 8.0.3 Are Not Compatible With Snow Leopard. Pro Tools 8.0.3 is a free…Continue

Protools Cards installation in PE6R4-I or PE6NE & Host card installation in MacPro

Started by Magma Mar 16, 2010. 0 Replies

Install the Magma Host card in PCIE slot#4 inside the MacPro. The PCIE slot#4 is the farthest PCIE slot from the video card.For Protools Cards installation in PE6NE-I check the following video tutorials:Core card…Continue

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Comment by Ed Williamson on September 28, 2011 at 10:20pm
Would you buy a Thunderbolt Expansion from Magma for under $1,000.?
Here is the discussion thread
http://expansionsystem.com/forum/topics/would-you-buy-a-thunderbolt...
Comment by Scott Hines on September 2, 2011 at 3:02pm
Have you guys seen this new upate from magma about a new Expansion-Thunderbolt chassis?
Here is the discussion link:
http://expansionsystem.com/profiles/blogs/magma-announces-plans-for
Comment by ALLAN DANGERFIELD on April 29, 2011 at 11:47am
As this technology is approaching I would like to say, on behalf of hundreds/thousands of Pro Tools users, that a new Thunderbolt interface, cable  and chassis to the  original HD cards,
replacing the  PCI/ Expresscard interface and the much "too short"  1.5 m. cable, will be very welcome to a large & professional society.
After all, TDM processing power is not replaced by the Light Peak protocol.
Also, there is a question about RAM. Would it be possible to add a chassis with extra RAM, so that 
Pro users could get up to 64 GB on their laptops?
That would really be helpful, with several Pro applications nowadays recommennding 16GB RAM minimum.
Comment by Dan Logan on April 29, 2011 at 8:57am

Do you guys know if the new Sonnet Tech Echo Express expansion system would work with HD Native card and with new MacBook pro - Thunderbolt?  Please, share some info

Comment by Michael Ricks on February 23, 2011 at 8:34pm

ok need some help!

Installed a Magma Expansion chassis as well as Pro Tools 9 today  attached via the proper cable to Digidesign Core 192. After setting everything up. Pro Tools cant see the digidesign. When a test is run the digidesign and all the channels test perfectly but Pro Tools still does not see it! The Cpu in Pro Tools shows no activity. Now after some restarts of the computer its says Pro Tools cannot see the digi device and now it does not even open up! Ok got it all out. So what say you my friends?

Comment by Magma on February 12, 2011 at 7:19am

Hello Magma Customers,

 

Check out our new  "How to Videos", http://pcipcie.blogspot.com/

If you have any video tutorials or something in particular that you would like to see or be added please let me know.

Comment by Magma on December 10, 2010 at 10:28am

ExpresssBox7 ( 7slot PCI-express) running seven Digidesign Pro Tools HD PCIe cards.

 

Comment by Magma on December 7, 2010 at 1:11pm
I would like to share this to all of you.
This is video tutorial on how to install new PE6NE-I board set upgrade kit into a 7slot PCI expansion enclosure. Transforming a 4 yr old 7 slot PCI based expansion unit to a PCie-PCiX unit to be compatible with MacPro

Comment by XpansionX on October 8, 2009 at 12:25pm
Hello Protools Users, if you have any issues or information that you would like to share please feel free to post it. You are all welcome to share this site to all your Protools Associates.
 

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