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High-speed digital storage with versatile connectivity.
Glyph offers some of the fastest and most reliable digital storage media available, and they continue that tradition with the Studio line of hard drives. Studio is a production-grade external hard drive packed with best-in-class technology. The result is a high-performance, highly reliable external storage device capable of supporting the most demanding workflows. With USB 3.0, FireWire, and eSATA connections at speeds up to 360MB/s, Studio offers ultrafast delivery of your most demanding projects. Other features like a pro-grade internal power supply with auto-sensing power and soft-touch power switch, quiet and intelligent fan cooling, disk health monitoring and more, Glyph Studio is ready to perform with many major content creation platforms including AVID Media Composer, Pro Tools, Logic, Nuendo, Cubase, Digital Performer, Adobe CC, and more. There's a reason Glyph is a trusted source of digital media storage in professional and project studios around the world.
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Studio 2TB External Hard Drive
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Comments about Glyph Studio 2TB External Hard Drive:
I read about Glyph hard drives during my search for the best external drive for use with Logic X, and Final cut pro. I had the glyph for a month after bringing the first one back, I encountered the same issues. It will not turn on like a normal drive although it looks simple. I have to pull and switch plugs every time I want to use it. I called at least 5 times and spoke to the same manager and he said that he never heard of this-
-Hard drive not powering up- Anyway, until I get an answer (Not from glyph) from googling I will be happy. When I do get the drive started, it runs smooth and quiet. I hate complaining but I am passionate about my work. I use the glyph to back up all of my music files. Maybe its because I use it with Mountain lion (Mac) although he said that was a good OSX for glyph..I'm crossing my fingers for a better work around.