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Re: Thoughts on a New iMac

Postby Wease » Wed Sep 26, 2018 8:21 pm

I brought a 21" iMac for £1400 (that model...the "normal" one) around 3 months ago
I know....everyone said I should wait.....

Works like a dream
I run 4 push units with live, rewired (with reason as well) into Logic Pro, with some very old focusrite units (must's the 10/10 blue thingy!!!!!!)

Absolutely no issues at all....handles like a dream....whilst simultaneously using photo booth as a live projector for the students I work with

I too think the pro iMac is overkill and excruciatingly expensive.....but you know, apple don't half make some decent computers......and for bang for buck....that 1400 iMac ain't half good value.....

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Re: Thoughts on a New iMac

Postby ConcertinaChap » Wed Sep 26, 2018 10:44 pm

ITHertz wrote:TThis article was in my local newspaper recently and after reading it, I think I'll hold off to see what's around the corner.

according to people familiar with the plans.

Enough said, I think. ;)

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Re: Thoughts on a New iMac

Postby Janneman » Thu Sep 27, 2018 8:50 am

I’ve worked with windows ps’s for years. Always the best. In all those years I had troubles with drivers, etc. one day I had enough of all those shit and bought a iMac. Was the best discession ever.

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