Muse Research Receptor 2 Pro
Muse Research has announced the release of two entirely updated models of their Receptor hardware plug-in players: the RECEPTOR 2 PRO and RECEPTOR 2 PRO MAX.
According to Muse Research, they feature entirely new computational engines including incredibly fast dual-core processors that offer twice the power of the previous generation, new SATA-2 storage systems that offer three times more disc bandwidth, 10 times the networking speed, and 50% more memory that is twice as fast as before. These improvements in the hardware are coupled with an entirely new software foundation and give RECEPTOR 2 PRO and RECEPTOR 2 PRO MAX the pure performance muscle required by demanding players and composers. These new and improved models are available now from major music stores and online suppliers with a MAP price of $2599 for the RECEPTOR 2 PRO and $3199 for the RECEPTOR 2 PRO MAX.
The RECEPTOR 2 PRO and RECEPTOR 2 PRO MAX are available now from major music retailers and online providers. To learn more about these new products visit www.museresearch.com.
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