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Old Nov 24, 2012, 05:04 PM   #1
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Refurb MAC PRO 2012 or ebay Mac Pro 2010 or Imac

Hallo guys watching this forum now since I decided to change to apple.
So my problem is I am doing a lot of producing stuff I have a lot of Vst programs and samples.
So that is what I am looking for

MAC Refurb 2012
Mac Pro with 3,2 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor (usual config)
2.199,00 €

MAC Refurb 2010
Mac Pro with 3, 2 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor
1.900,00 €
But with 16 GB ram and ssd included

IMac 27
I7 with and ssd and so on but I think that will cost amount 2400 €
And I have to buy an external storage for my hard drives I have 2 1tb drivers that I have to use.

What I want is the 27 iMac but I hate to use external hard drives and an external audio interface I had bad experiences with that.
The mac pro is outdated and expensive but it will be easer withe my hard drives to put inside and easier with the pcie audio interface card to use.
Last thing is to get the mac pro from eBay but the only thing there is I can’t buy the apple care and in my opinion if I spend 2k I need definitely a warranty for that.
So what should I do I need advice from you guys.

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