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Rain Computers Solstice Studio Audio Computer
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Solstice Studio by Rain is a digital audio editing computer designed to give you breathtaking performance and total compatibility with your audio sof...Click To Read More About This Product
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Powerful 3.4GHz Intel quad-core processor and plenty of memory and expansion for all your audio production needs.
Solstice Studio by Rain is a digital audio editing computer designed to give you breathtaking performance and total compatibility with your audio software and hardware. Powered by Intel's new Core i7 "Sandy Bridge" quad-core processor and up to 32GB of 1333MHz DDR3 memory, Solstice Studio tears into your projects giving you the power to add all the tracks' plug-ins and virtual instruments that bring your music to life. Every second of your crystal-clear digital audio runs smooth as silk, wether you're multi-tracking an African drum circle, re-mastering a Metallica record, or editing the soundtrack to "Star Wars VII."
Powerful. Stable. Reliable.
Solstice Studio has been painstakingly refined to become a powerful, stable, and reliable platform for industry-standard digital audio software like Pro Tools, Cubase, and SONAR. With an awesome array of FireWire, USB 3.0, PCI Express 2.0, and eSATA ports, your options are limitless and compatibility is guaranteed. Connect your audio interface, stream media up 6GB per second, and get deep into the creative zone - all this in a sleek, aluminum chassis engineered to keep the heat low and the noise even lower.
- Designed and tested for use with industry standard software like Pro Tools, Cubase, and SONAR
- Quiet Cool Design prevents data bottlenecks that lead to audio dropouts and glitches
- Beautiful, all-aluminum chassis keeps everything safe and cool with tons of room to grow
- Powerful Intel "Sandy Bridge" Core i7 quad-core processor and up to 32GB 1333MHz DDR3 memory
- The power to bring your music to life with tons of tracks, plug-ins and synths
- Windows 7 [64-bit] Tuned by Rain for Audio + Video Production
- Custom High Performance BIOS
- RainZone Internet Safe Zone
- RainCare Restore Recovery and Backup Solution
- RainCare Technical Support [1 year]
Want to experience what it's like when your computer can keep up with your creativity. Order the Solstice Studio today!
Solstice Studio Audio Computer
- Processor: 3.4GHz Intel "Sandy Bridge" Core i7 Quad-Core [8MB Cache]
- Memory: 8GB 1333MHz DDR3 Dual Channel SDRAM (expandable to 32GB)
- Hard Drive 1: 640GB SATA III High Performance Drive [64MB Cache, 7200RPM]
- Total Storage: Four hard drive bays for up to 8TB (RAID 0,1,5)
- Optical Drive: StormDrive Dual Layer CD/DVD Writer
- USB 2.0: 10 x USB 2.0 Ports [480Mb/s]
- USB 3.0: 2 x USB 3.0 Ports [4.8Gb/s]
- FireWire: 2 x FireWire 400 Ports [TI chipset]
- eSATA: 1 x eSATA Port [3GB/s]
- Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 5670 [1GB]
- Video Out: 1 x HDMI, 1 x DisplayPort, 1 x DVI
- PCI Express 2.0: 2 x PCIe [x16], 3 x PCIe [x1]
- PCI: 2 x PCI Slot
- LAN: Gigabit Ethernet [RJ-45]
- Audio: 7.1 Channel High Definition Audio
- Audio Out: Center/Sub/Rear/Side/Line Out/Line In/Mic
- S/PDIF: 1 x Coaxial S/PDIF, 1 x Optical S/PDIF
- Input: Rain Aluminum USB Keyboard and Optical Mouse
- PSU: 500W Silent Power Supply [80 Plus Certified]
- Quiet Cool: Intelligent Cooling, Aluminum Construction, Balanced Component Architecture
- Unit Weight: 28 lb.
- Unit Dimensions: 18" x 8" x 20"
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I've owned the Rain Computers Solstice for two and a half years and it has seriously hindered the expansion of my recording studio. It's been sent back to the manufacturer two times, has had countless tech support sessions, and has had hard drives replaced, the motherboard replaced, as well as other hardware replaced. Worst of all, it still doesn't work.
I've worked with PC's for 16 years. I've NEVER had a computer operate this poorly. I have better luck recording audio on my 9 year old HP tower.
Be careful - these are expensive computers that are worth less than half the value posted for consumers and tech support has no clue what they're doing. They look pretty in the pictures, but that's about all that's good about them.
I'm heading on over to a Mac.