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  • music007music007

    LaCie D2 Extreme 250 Go with Triple InterfacePublished on 08/25/06 at 06:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's been almost two years since I use the model of 160 gigabytes, and I just bought in 250 Gigas I greatly appreciates 3 interfaces, USB2 or 1, Firewire 400 Firewire 800, it adapts all over. It is silent, and I do not think splitting as I can work with very large sessions ...

    The price-quality ratio of the era n'tait not very good, c'tait more expensive than now, but as it does all the most use super I will not complain ...
    Obviously I do it again the same choice:
    I just repeat the same choices that are 2 years since I just acqurir the same model but extreme 250 gigabytes, which rated the same price which a my 160 gigs of the era. As soon as I need it, I rachte one!
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    It's been almost two years since I use the model of 160 gigabytes, and I just bought in 250 Gigas I greatly appreciates 3 interfaces, USB2 or 1, Firewire 400 Firewire 800, it adapts all over. It is silent, and I do not think splitting as I can work with very large sessions ...

    The price-quality ratio of the era n'tait not very good, c'tait more expensive than now, but as it does all the most use super I will not complain ...
    Obviously I do it again the same choice:
    I just repeat the same choices that are 2 years since I just acqurir the same model but extreme 250 gigabytes, which rated the same price which a my 160 gigs of the era. As soon as I need it, I rachte one!
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  • paradiesparadies

    LaCie D2 Extreme 250 Go with Triple InterfacePublished on 01/18/12 at 04:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Then go 250 version is no longer the standard, Lacie is the rolls may be more hard disks, but:
    - It's actually a standard audio video, found in many studios who can not afford to lose data. The triple connection is a real plus, even if it will work primarily firewire 800. The metal chassis inspires confidence and is well shot.

    - I've never had a problem clipping or overheating of the ten or fifteen models and D2 Quadra 250 GB of tera j with whom I worked, although they remain on for hours now.

    - BUT: many supply concerns have been reported; connector built into the drive itself is aging badly if forced too. This was rectified on later models.

    _ Compared to M6 crash and SAV, two c…
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    Then go 250 version is no longer the standard, Lacie is the rolls may be more hard disks, but:
    - It's actually a standard audio video, found in many studios who can not afford to lose data. The triple connection is a real plus, even if it will work primarily firewire 800. The metal chassis inspires confidence and is well shot.

    - I've never had a problem clipping or overheating of the ten or fifteen models and D2 Quadra 250 GB of tera j with whom I worked, although they remain on for hours now.

    - BUT: many supply concerns have been reported; connector built into the drive itself is aging badly if forced too. This was rectified on later models.

    _ Compared to M6 crash and SAV, two comments:
    We are in intensive professional use. This proves that it is a tool designed for use in more demanding than the general public, for which he will be perfect. However, it may not be suitable for streaming.

    - Conclusion: it's still a series of hard reliable despite its few flaws and reduced reliability proven by some, (and that eje do not question)
    A series that will find its way to his station. It is also possible to mount in DVCPROHD or HDV with these discs.
    With regard to the use of streaming diff, there must be more suitable, safer, more expensive.
    We also see in some of Iomega prod, but they inspire less confidence.


    Summary:


    +: The metal chassis
    +: The triple connection
    +: Reliable (feature installed it without problem, and 4 years of intensive use without problems)

    -: Connecting the Power `weak
    - Price was quite high
    -: Not completely silent /
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  • Pucelle_DabidjanPucelle_Dabidjan

    LaCie D2 Extreme 250 Go with Triple InterfacePublished on 12/27/08 at 05:50
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    I bought a hard drive of this type there are four-or five years to relieve a little of my own dd was becoming saturated. I have owned for a period of three years.

    Performance was not bad, although I hardly accept the term "Silent". It transmits over a particular frequency in the high that people with ears will capture specific and may perhaps find unbearable. He made the first two years of heavy use in fine style. Completing its task relatively well. I say relatively because I had problems to connect to other ordis than mine.

    After two and a half years, he has started to crash on its own. Especially during the phases of effort. Suddenly, he stopped to turn and then took up where they …
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    I bought a hard drive of this type there are four-or five years to relieve a little of my own dd was becoming saturated. I have owned for a period of three years.

    Performance was not bad, although I hardly accept the term "Silent". It transmits over a particular frequency in the high that people with ears will capture specific and may perhaps find unbearable. He made the first two years of heavy use in fine style. Completing its task relatively well. I say relatively because I had problems to connect to other ordis than mine.

    After two and a half years, he has started to crash on its own. Especially during the phases of effort. Suddenly, he stopped to turn and then took up where they left off (but it was then the program was about to install one that grew ugly mug).

    I bought other external HDD later and all performed better than him, and at the silence they were also better. So for me the note does not exceed 3.
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  • Dom BrunetDom Brunet

    LaCie D2 Extreme 250 Go with Triple InterfacePublished on 02/27/10 at 06:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Lacie does not seem to be the Rolls Royce of the external drive, reliability side starts to fish a little, and stop gtattage my 250g from time to time ...!
    The 160G M6 are also broken down a few years ago!
    they may be living on the reputation of the show in all studios video editing ...
    That said, very nice sav lacie in 2006 with direct telephone line, no platform or sav hotline at 2 balls!
    For screens, so there is always the big Rolls, one sees only in photo labs Lacie! and there it never falls down.
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