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Digidesign Digi 002 Rack Music Production System

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An affordable FireWire-based Pro Tools mini studio!

The Digidesign Digi 002R Music Production System packs all the punch of Digi 002 (minus the control surface interface) into a 2U rackmountable unit.

Create everything from topnotch demos to masterful DJ mixes to superb radio spots, all with 24-bit clarity and up to 96kHz sample rate support. Analog, digital, and MIDI capabilities for a wide variety of I/O configurations, with dedicated monitor and headphone outputs.

Single-box design includes a sole FireWire connection to your PC or Mac (OS 10.4.3), so you just plug in and go. No additional hardware is required—great for laptops. Everything you need to create professional audio productions with Pro Tools ease, power, and flexibility. FireWire-based portability makes it equally viable for studio and live applications.

8 channels of balanced analog I/O, 8 channels of ADAT optical I/O, and 2 channels of S/PDIF I/O, all easily accessible via the back panel. 4 mic preamps with 48V phantom power; 96 kHz converters; one MIDI Iine and 2 MIDI out ports for a total of 16-in/32-out MIDI channels; a separate unbalanced RCA-based, -10dBV main input and output (for recording from/to cassette decks or CD players); and an alternate source input for monitoring tape or CD players at the touch of a button.

24-bit robust signal throughout. Sample rates extend up to 96kHz, and a >105dB dynamic range further ensures the sonic quality of your end results. Whether you are working with raw audio, MIDI, or a combination of the 2, Digi 002 Rack and Pro Tools LE work together seamlessly to allow you to optimize your time and creativity. Ships with the latest 32-track Pro Tools LE software, giving you greater functionality and ease-of-use than ever before.

RTAS/AudioSuite-format plug-ins offer even more production options. Pro Tools LE software includes a variety of professional Digidesign plug-ins with the DigiRack plug-in bundle. And, as Digi 002 Rack includes native support for the RTAS format, you can always augment your system with a large variety of professional plug-ins created by Digidesign.

Connecting the Digi 002 Rack to your computer is as simple as plugging in a FireWire cable, which facilitates the flow of all audio streams, MIDI data, and Pro Tools control data between Digi 002 Rack and your host computer. For storage and throughput, an extra FireWire port allows you to connect another FireWire-capable device, such as an external hard drive, to your computer while simultaneously running the Pro Tools application. For Windows XP users, Digi 002 Rack works with leading 1394 (FireWire) controller cards.

Digi 002 Rack works with any FireWire-enabled system to give you serious creative power. You're neither restricted to bulky, desktop CPUs, nor to a software-only working environment. And your sessions are equally viable in your own studio and in a professional Pro Tools TDM studio, sharing the same interface, and in many respects, the same functionality.

No other product prepares you as effectively to make the transition from an all-in-one home/project solution to a professional DAW environment. And, no other product can touch the value.

Included With All Pro Tools LE Systems

When you buy a Pro Tools LE interface you get an incredible Music Production Enhancement Suite that includes Reason Adapted, Ableton Live Digidesign Edition, IK Multimedia SampleTank SE, IK Multimedia AmpliTube LE, and IK Multimedia T-RackS EQ.

Reason Adapted

An easy-to-use studio package providing a
virtual rack of innovative synthesizers, samplers, and effects along with a mixer and MIDI support. All sound from Reason Adapted can be streamed directly into the Pro Tools mixer via ReWire for additional processing.

Ableton Live Digidesign Edition

A flexible, incredibly intuitive sample sequencer application that enables you to both create, modify, and playback loops, phrases, and songs via Ableton's "elastic audio" technology. Multiple
samples can be automatically played back simultaneously at a user-defined tempo, and, as with Reason, all audio readily finds its way into Pro Tools via ReWire.

IK Multimedia AmpliTube LE

A guitar processing plug-in, AmpliTube LE gives
you easy access to several amplifier and cabinet
models as well as classic stompbox and other
effects. Use them on guitars and/or experiment with other track treatments.


IK Multimedia T-RackS EQ

The EQ module from IK Multimedia's acclaimed T-RackS analog mastering suite, T-RackS EQ offers Pro Tools users a powerful, tube-modeled parametric EQ to use during mixing and mastering.

IK Multimedia SampleTank SE

A powerful sample playback module providing quick access to a host of included samples and the ability to easily move between them. Acting as a plug-in within the Pro Tools mixer, SampleTank SE enables you to start creating in Pro Tools immediately.

NOTE: Registered users of IK products are entitled to an upgrade to the IK Studio Bundle—an awesome suite of music production tools.

All features, specifications and prices subject to change without notice. Digidesign reserves the right to terminate this offer at any time.

ATTENTION POWER MAC QUAD OWNERS

Digidesign Pro Tools LE 7.0cs2 is a free update for Pro Tools LE 7 customers that introduces compatibility for Pro Tools LE 7 software and the Digi 002, Digi 002 Rack, Mbox, and Mbox hardware interfaces on the Apple Power Mac G5 QUAD. Customers can download the update at: http://www.digidesign.com/download/cs.

FEATURES
  • Single FireWire connection to PC or Mac host computer
  • 8 analog inputs with 4 mic preamps with individual gain and high-pass filter
  • 48V phantom power enabled on channel pairs
  • 8 analog outputs
  • Outputs 1 & 2 mirrored on 1/4" TRS monitor output (with dedicated volume control), headphone output on 1/4" TRS (with dedicated volume control knob), and RCA-based —10dBV fixed output
  • 8 channels of ADAT optical I/O or 2 channels of optical S/PDIF I/O
  • 2 channels of S/PDIF I/O on RCA connectors
  • Alternate source Input for direct monitoring of -10dBV audio equipment (CD players, tape players, etc.)
  • 24-bit/96kHz converters, up to >108dB dynamic range and >98dB (0.002%) THD+N
  • MIDI I/O—1 IN port, 2 OUT ports (16 channels in, 32 channels out)
  • Footswitch jack for QuickPunch control
  • 2U rackmountable chassis
  • Support for PC and Mac (OS 10.2.5)
SPECIFICATIONS
  • A/D:
  • Sample rate: 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96 kHz
  • Max Input:
  • Inputs 1-4 (mic): +3 dBu
  • Inputs 1-4 (line): +18 dBu
  • Inputs 5-8 (line/+4 mode): +18 dBu
  • Gain Range:
  • Inputs 1-4: Mic Setting: +15 - +65 dB; Line/DI Setting: +0 - +50 dB
  • Inputs 5-8—fixed +4 dBu or —10 dBV, -14 dB headroom
  • Mic E.I.N (unweighted):
  • Inputs 1-4: —126 dBu @ 65 dB gain, 150 ohm source, 20 Hz—20 kHz
  • THD+N:
  • Inputs 1-4 (mic): 0.004%, 62 dB gain see 1,3
  • Inputs 1-4 (line): 0.004%, +17 dBu signal (minimum gain) see 1,3
  • Inputs 5-6: 0.002% @ +17 dBu input level
  • Inputs 7-8: 0.003% @ +17 dBu input level
  • Dynamic range: see 1,2
  • Inputs 1-4: >101 dB (A-weighted), 98 dB (unweighted)
  • Inputs 5-8: >108 dB (A-weighted), 105 dB (unweighted) see 5
  • Alt Source Inputs: >99 dB (A-weighted), 97 dB (unweighted)
  • Frequency Response:
  • +0.15 / -0.5 dB, 20 Hz—20 kHz
  • Input Impedance:
  • Inputs 1-4 (XLR): 2 kohm
  • Inputs 1-4 (1/4"): 10 Mohm
  • D/A
  • Sample Rate:
  • 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96 kHz
  • Max Output:
  • Main (1-2), Monitor, and Outputs (3-8): +18 dBu
  • Alt. —10 dBV Outputs: +4 dBV
  • Headphone Outputs: +15 dBu, 150 ohm load
  • THD+N: see 1,3,4
  • Main Outputs: <0.0016% (-95 dB)
    Monitor Outputs: <0.0016% (-95 dB)
    Outputs 3-8: <0.0023% (-93 dB)
    Alt. —10 dBV Outputs: <0.0023% (-93 dB)
  • Dynamic range: see 1,3,4
  • Main Outputs: 114 dB (A-weighted), 112 dB (unweighted)
  • Monitor Outputs: 112 dB (A-weighted), 110 dB (unweighted)
  • Outputs 3-8: 114 dB (A-weighted), 112 dB (unweighted)
  • Alt. —10 dBV Outputs: 98 dB (A-weighted), 95 dB (unweighted)
  • Frequency Response:
  • +0.15 / -0.5 dB, 20 Hz—20 kHz
  • Output Impedance:
  • 50 ohms
  • 1 - Measurement made using balanced connectors
  • 2 - ADC measured -60 dBFS method with a gain setting such that +18 dBu = 0 dBFS at S/PDIF output
  • 3 - Measured relative to level at 1 kHz
  • 4 - Measured with digital input at -60 dBFS @ 1 kHz
  • 5 - Measured using "+4" setting
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4.4

(based on 25 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

3 years and still going...

I've had my 002 rack for 3 years now, and I've never had a glitch with my setup. 'Rock solid' is the phrase that comes to mind. I've had a few hundred...Read complete review

I've had my 002 rack for 3 years now, and I've never had a glitch with my setup. 'Rock solid' is the phrase that comes to mind. I've had a few hundred sessions, some lasting all day, and some just lasting for a few minutes while doing a quick edit, and the 002 has NEVER given me ANY problems in and of itself. I'm running a Mac G5, dual 2.7 processors, pre-Pentium. There are some feature issues that would be preferred, but are definitely not items that should keep you from exploring this setup, as they are not hinderances to the music-making process... It would be great to have 8 XLR inputs, instead of just 4. Also, like one other poster commented, it would be nice to have gain knobs on TRS channels 5-8. To me, these needs are miniscule. Regarding simplicity, monkey could set up this unit and get it running (once you get all your software authorized). The 002 rack is a solidly built product with great features and value that does exactly what a small studio needs it to do. No, you don't have high-end Avalon or UA or Focusrite preamps, but these are not bad.Actually running Pro Tools is another consideration you need to explore when considerint this purchase. With the advancements in Pro Tools software, there's almost no end to what you can do within the editing domain. You do need to realize that you are dealing with a software editing program that offers you abilities to edit to your heart's content, but there's always a learning curve if you aren't familiar with a DAW software system. Yeah, Pro Tools and related plug-ins may be a little more pricey, but like the old saying goes, "You get what you pay for", and Pro Tools is a recognized world-wide platform. I knew I wanted the power of Pro Tools when I purchased my 002 system, and I've never regreted the purchase. Don't bother with purchasing the 003 unless you've got the extra cash. The only difference that I can tell with the 002 & 003 setup is an extra headphone jack, and the 003 offers a BNC word-clock connection. The 002 system will do everything you need. Just get a good computer (prefereably a Mac or dedicated PC), and jack-up your processing capabilities (I recommend 1.5 gHz or higher), and you'll be able to make music for days - even years! I recently added a new Presonus DigiMAX D8 to my setup to offer 8 more mic inputs, and I connected via TOS-Link (light-pipe), and so far, no glitches. No regrets with my 002 setup.

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Many, many problems

This unit has MAJOR problems when working with a PC. First of all, there are only a handful of computers that are "digidesign certified" to work with it and Digidesign makes...Read complete review

This unit has MAJOR problems when working with a PC. First of all, there are only a handful of computers that are "digidesign certified" to work with it and Digidesign makes NO GURANTEE that it will work at all unless ran on a certified computer. Even if the problem is with the unit itself (defective manufacturing), their customer service staff will fight you tooth and nail to avoid a return unless it runs on one of their certified computers. Expect to spend dozens of hours (no exaggeration) on the phone with them if you have ANY problems with their product. It can sometimes take over an hour just to reach a customer service rep on the phone.I bought this unit expecting it to work right out of the box with a fairly up to date computer (one capable of running the top MMO RPG at the time). However, I realized my computer was not compatible and the protools customer service could not even tell me why it wasn't. They had my buying new fire wire cards, new hard drives, and all sorts of other crap until I narrowed it down to the processor/motherboard. I wasted lots of money just to figure out why it wasn?t compatible. After a year of owning the unit and never using it, I finally managed to buy a Terra Audio Digidesign certified computer. Even then, I still experience difficulties fairly often. About half of the time it freezes up when starting Protools LE. Since it took me so long to get a compatible computer to run it, my unit is out of warranty. Now, I have to pay for customer support and any repairs that might need to be made to it. My unit may have been defective all along but they have not fixed it. I even returned it to the company once. I have spent THOUSANDS of dollars (rather foolishly at that) to try and recoup my investment in this unit and I still have many problems. Avoid this product at all costs if using a PC.

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5.0

Industry Standards

By Big L

from Medina, OH

I own protools on pc that I built and I have never had any issues and I have done so many projects with product. Steinberg products are no match when it comes to quality.

 
5.0

Awesome..and then some

By DaCutDr

from Texas

I have had the unit for about 6 months now and I am thouroughly satisfied. Like you, I did a lot of research on the different systems out there before I bought this one. I run it on a PC with a PIII and have had absolutely no problems. I don't know what these other people are talking about but, if you set your parameters like Digidesign suggest, you should be in recording heaven. I bought the Mackie Universal to go with it and Whew!! Buy it..quite thinking about it and buy it..

 
1.0

Many, many problems

By Jason-y2XK8

from Mississippi

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This unit has MAJOR problems when working with a PC. First of all, there are only a handful of computers that are "digidesign certified" to work with it and Digidesign makes NO GURANTEE that it will work at all unless ran on a certified computer. Even if the problem is with the unit itself (defective manufacturing), their customer service staff will fight you tooth and nail to avoid a return unless it runs on one of their certified computers. Expect to spend dozens of hours (no exaggeration) on the phone with them if you have ANY problems with their product. It can sometimes take over an hour just to reach a customer service rep on the phone.I bought this unit expecting it to work right out of the box with a fairly up to date computer (one capable of running the top MMO RPG at the time). However, I realized my computer was not compatible and the protools customer service could not even tell me why it wasn't. They had my buying new fire wire cards, new hard drives, and all sorts of other crap until I narrowed it down to the processor/motherboard. I wasted lots of money just to figure out why it wasn?t compatible. After a year of owning the unit and never using it, I finally managed to buy a Terra Audio Digidesign certified computer. Even then, I still experience difficulties fairly often. About half of the time it freezes up when starting Protools LE. Since it took me so long to get a compatible computer to run it, my unit is out of warranty. Now, I have to pay for customer support and any repairs that might need to be made to it. My unit may have been defective all along but they have not fixed it. I even returned it to the company once. I have spent THOUSANDS of dollars (rather foolishly at that) to try and recoup my investment in this unit and I still have many problems. Avoid this product at all costs if using a PC.

 
5.0

Great for young engineers to experienced engineers

By ontapaudio.com

from USA

Pros - Decent sounding preamps, comes with Pro Tools, can move sessions from big studios using Pro Tools HD to home studios using Pro Tools LE, great for live recording and location recording, expandable (can add 8 more channels of input with additional adat preamp)Cons - Digidesign tech support is not very good, there is a problem internally with the 002 - a power adapter cable inside goes bad frequently but tech support will send you out a replacement and its easy to install, not sure if they corrected this problem yet.Overall the 002 is a great value and is worth every penny. I highly recommend to anyone who wants professional recording features without spending a ton of cash. I now use Pro Tools HD but still have the 002 around for location, live recordings and occasional mixing (moving from old sessions to new system is very easy)

 
5.0

Great way to start a studio

By jonoby

from Imperial, MO

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I wasn't sure I would be able to actually use the Digi 002. I honestly thought it would be very difficult to learn, and wasn't sure someone just starting out should start with this. I was completely wrong, the first night we were recording tracks that blew away anything we'd done before. Thanks DigiDesign.

 
5.0

Digi002R is awesome

By londonblue007-aS7YL

from Boston, MA

Previous reviewers are very confusing. Its important to note the differences. The Digi002R is an excellent piece of hardware. It is rackmountable for portability, so the control surface obviously disappears. ProTools LE is great. I have both an Alienware Intel Based PC and a brand new Mac Pwerbook G4 with OSX 10.4. I was having a lot of problems with the PC version of ProTools. But that was version 6.7 and earlier. Its very finiky because of what Microsoft did to XP in service pack 2. Make sure to get it with ProTools 7.0 and you will never have another problem. 7.0 is a dream, not a single issue yet. I never had a problem with the Mac regardless of version, so nothing needs to be said about that. Oh, and I have run Protools 6.4 on a low end Dell (6000 series) and it worked fine. Recorded an entire 4 hour show without an issue. If you want a control surface, get the COmmand8 or spend the 2G's to get the full blown 002. Otherwise, You'll love this piece of gear.

 
5.0

Weapon of choice

By tom682

from Mesquite, TX

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I have 2 groups of friends: people that record better than me and everyone else. I have friends that are doing great things with Cubase and Sonar. I bought a 002R rack unit to acquire a robust Pro Tools platform for some recent work with a studio / I was sharing files with a professional studio with me recording at home. It went flawlessly.I am more proud of the ability to produce studio quality tracks at home than I am of some of the performances on that session. It's mind blowing, considering the other ways I have recorded in the past. This is not my first computer based DAW, I also used Cooledit for years and it was great... but not the same quality as my Pro Tools recordings. My complaints? Plug ins. Be prepared to pay BIG TIME for the effects you want. My Cubase friends and their VST plug ins have a less expensive solution. My Cubase friends also master their recordings with perfection and I haven't learned to do that. I decided early on that (by buying the 002R), what I was really acquiring was a super clean A/D converter. It's true. To summarize: You can get great recordings cheaper than this with other DAW software like Cubase, but you'll love what you can record with Pro Tools. And the rest of your friends (the ones that are barely able to record anything) will be blown AWAY by what Pro Tools does. It's a giant leap up from most everything else. I wanted to learn Pro Tools so I could see what the studio engineers were doing, and whether they had any tools or magic or abilities that I needed. They don't. I have it all with the 002R. I wish plug ins were cheaper, I wish it had more than 32 tracks (yes, I'll be buying the expansion kit), I wish it didn't hog my PC's resources. But I never apologize for buying this package and I would replace it in a heart beat if it stopped working.

 
5.0

Very Cool

By MarkS-4v0BR

from Indianapolis, IN

This unit is a VERY effective tool to record music. I use it with both a PC and a MAC (Intel based). And though I have had a few problems when using it to mix with the PC it has always been noooo problems when using it for recording. I have an extra 8 channels of input though ADAT and have used it for up to 16 chs simultaneously. For mix and midi I always use the MAC. It is just much more effecient and just "feels" better on the MAC. If you follow their guide on compatability you should have no problems either way!

 
5.0

True Bang For The Buck

By PhilyG

from Sidney, ME

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This unit is truely awesome. This unit is the centerpiece of my whole studio. I have a setup with an analog console and I can record 8 tracks right into the unit directly. Once I get an adat converter, I'll have 16 available tracks to record directly into Pro Tools. The possibilities with 16 tracks are amazing. Though I would deffinately suggest using a mac. I have had many, many, many (x1000) headaches with my PC. USE A MAC AND YOU WILL GET AMAZING RESULTS!!

 
5.0

One word...WOW!

By Mike D-..19f

from Midlothian, IL

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I cannot beleive how easy and efficient this is. I have saved tons of time mixing and editing vs. my old Hard Disk Recorder. Even recording became easier now that I only see the tracks I want, and I can name them and group them on the fly. The machine is great, too. Although portable, I wouldn't throw it around with my road gear. But it is extremely flexible, like having several outputs that I can use as alternate monitor mixes. This replaces half of the outboard gear I own. I would like to have controls on the front for all eight channels instead of just the first four but overall I cannot complain. The sound is excellent and Pro Tools is unbeleivable. By the way, I use a PC and I only had one small but annoying problem with my PT LE 6.9. The buttons would sometimes lockup when performing operations like creating more tracks. I would have to restart the program, but after upgrading to version 7.0 (which also forced me to get WindowsXP SERVICE PACK 2), that problem disappeared. So don't be affraid if you don't have a great MAC, my PC is a homemade P4 2.4Ghz with 1Gb RAM. I use a second internal IDE drive for audio and only have to pull my Firewire drive in for backups. Works great!

 
5.0

3 years and still going...

By Chase's Sire

from Georgia

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I've had my 002 rack for 3 years now, and I've never had a glitch with my setup. 'Rock solid' is the phrase that comes to mind. I've had a few hundred sessions, some lasting all day, and some just lasting for a few minutes while doing a quick edit, and the 002 has NEVER given me ANY problems in and of itself. I'm running a Mac G5, dual 2.7 processors, pre-Pentium. There are some feature issues that would be preferred, but are definitely not items that should keep you from exploring this setup, as they are not hinderances to the music-making process... It would be great to have 8 XLR inputs, instead of just 4. Also, like one other poster commented, it would be nice to have gain knobs on TRS channels 5-8. To me, these needs are miniscule. Regarding simplicity, monkey could set up this unit and get it running (once you get all your software authorized). The 002 rack is a solidly built product with great features and value that does exactly what a small studio needs it to do. No, you don't have high-end Avalon or UA or Focusrite preamps, but these are not bad.Actually running Pro Tools is another consideration you need to explore when considerint this purchase. With the advancements in Pro Tools software, there's almost no end to what you can do within the editing domain. You do need to realize that you are dealing with a software editing program that offers you abilities to edit to your heart's content, but there's always a learning curve if you aren't familiar with a DAW software system. Yeah, Pro Tools and related plug-ins may be a little more pricey, but like the old saying goes, "You get what you pay for", and Pro Tools is a recognized world-wide platform. I knew I wanted the power of Pro Tools when I purchased my 002 system, and I've never regreted the purchase. Don't bother with purchasing the 003 unless you've got the extra cash. The only difference that I can tell with the 002 & 003 setup is an extra headphone jack, and the 003 offers a BNC word-clock connection. The 002 system will do everything you need. Just get a good computer (prefereably a Mac or dedicated PC), and jack-up your processing capabilities (I recommend 1.5 gHz or higher), and you'll be able to make music for days - even years! I recently added a new Presonus DigiMAX D8 to my setup to offer 8 more mic inputs, and I connected via TOS-Link (light-pipe), and so far, no glitches. No regrets with my 002 setup.

 
5.0

Great Piece

By Stagefright

from Philadelphia

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I was expecting I may have trouble getting this to work on my newly built AMD 64 PC, but was pleasantly surprised. I went from a Motu 2408 mkII and Logic Platinum to this and will never go back. The software is much easier and sound quality is excellent. I now have Protools so I am compatable with most major players nearby. This will pay for itself several times over in the next couple months!

 
4.0

Good Interface

By xacci

from Nowhere, KY

I love my Digi002 rack. I'll start by saying that. But for the money you could afford many other parts to your studio unless you just HAVE to have Pro Tools. There are many other programs that offer just as much if not more, such as Cubase SX3 and others. Oh well, just my two cents. There are better values out there. Much better.

 
5.0

almost anything and everything

By spoonman1307

from Anchorage, AK

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it doesn't come with a control surface, so mixing and recording is a little more difficult. Also, its 4 mic inputs can be limiting when it comes to recording things, such as drums or full bands. Otherwise, you can do almost anything with it that is imaginable. It's a great tool and is quite a bit less then the next pro tools upgrade. So for the money, it can get you wherever you want to go. Much better than a stand-alone workstation, because you aren't limited to what you have, you can upgrade. Anyways, pro tools is aptly named because if you put in the effort and have proper recording technique and good mics, you can sound just like a pro.

 
5.0

Amazing for the price

By Weesus

from Salamanca, NY

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If you can't afford an HD system definitely consider the Digi 002. I'm currently running ProTools 6.9.2 on an iMac G5 and it works flawlessly. My only complaint is that inputs 5-8 do not have any gain pots, but you can get around that with just about any 4 channel or higher mixer.

 
5.0

Perfect!

By mAd rAvEn

from San Diego, CA

Portable interface that just rock! AHhh! and it comes with Pro Tools.

 
5.0

Can't beat it!

By Tragikteknoremix

from mastic, NY

This is a great unit. I purchased it about 2 months ago. Pro Tools runs awesome on my Mac, plus I got a free update to 7.0. No problems at all.

 
5.0

The real deal

By ghotiplayer

from Bend, OR

Listen people, for the money invested in this piece of gear you will reap more than double it's value within your first month. I'm a local engineer that is able to go to where my clients are because of the digi002 rack. Plus, you get the most powerful piece of editing software available to boot. If you are looking to purchase a professional piece of recording equipment for a relatively low price, the digi002 rack is for you.

 
1.0

Digi002 = Crap

By Rob-_eGB6

from California

I own this unit and have never had so many problems in my life. It switches back and forth between sample rates, has horrible latency, and a horrible ad/da converter. The adat outs plain SUCK and the software reflects the hardware!Guide to anyone interested in profesional recordings: Don't buy digidesign unless you're spending 30k and up. Reccomendations- Nuendo, Motu, Presonus. Good luck!

 
3.0

Not for PC

By Jon-qUk8K

from New York, NY

Warning to the PC users: I have had a ton of problems with the PC version. I know that it works well on Mac, but it has been a HUGE pain on PC, even if you drop the cash to get you computer up to their requirements (like RAM, and the right Firewire, and all that). Just know that you are in for a load of headaches, so keep a drink nice and close if you buy this for PC.

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