I would go with the Seagate or WD 2.5" 1TB drive and make 2 or 3 copies.
In my experience they are very robust and survive USPS, FedEx, etc. I
have had very bad experience with LaCie, Adata, so I would avoid those.
בתאריך 29/11/13 12:16 AM, ציטוט Lou Judson:
> I am working on project of some 288 hours of transfers from analog tapes to digital for the family of the presenter. I'm using 24/96 for the original transfers, so will need about 500 gigs of storage for the stereo 96k material, plus 44.1 masters, MP3s and so on that they can use...
> What sort of drive is now recommended for sending the family their copy of the digital material? It seems that there are plenty of USB 1TB drives out now, but what is recommended for sending to offsite storage of non-technical people? I'm thinking of selecting from this:
> <http://www.newegg.com/All-External-Hard-Drives/SubCategory/ID-414?nm_mc=EMCPB-112013&cm_mmc=EMCPB-112013-_-PB-_-TBD-_-TBD&et_cid=3181&et_rid=2464782> like perhaps the Seagate Expansion listed at $119, but curious what any "digitizers" here would use?
> Lou Judson
> Intuitive Audio
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