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i want to use 5400 drive in the 17 inch macbook for pro tools audio recording. does it need to be a 7200
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i want to use 5400 drive in the 17 inch macbook for pro tools audio recording. does it need to be a 7200
No, it doesn't.

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you REALLY should use an external firewire drive with an oxford 911 chipset for recording in pro tools... I don't know if that is what you were referring to or not.

You are asking for trouble if you violate any of the above rules.. Just ask digidesign.
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Cheers Thedspeth thats exactly what im referring to.. i look digdesign up
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