Memory expansion for VR 615, VR725 and VR 778

Eventide now offers expanded memory options for its VR615, VR725 and VR778 call loggers. With these options, Eventide loggers can record up to 330,000 channel/hours, ensuring maximum on-board recording capacity. All Eventide loggers come standard with the ability to log 41,250 channel/hours at 13 kb/s, which translates to nearly 5 channel/years of storage. The Eventide VR615 features from 8 to 48 channels and can be expanded to facilitate up to 66,000 channel/hours; the VR725 features from 8 to 96 channels and can be expanded up to 198,000 channel/hours; and the VR778 features from eight to 192 channels and can be expanded up to 2TB of storage, which yields 330,000 channel/hours. Designed for midsize and larger public safety facilities, the Linux-based VR725 and VR778 provide a full-featured logging and archiving system that is purpose-built for mission-critical applications. Both loggers come standard with a number of invaluable features including: variable recording compression rates of 13, 16, 32, and 64 kb/s; dual 250-GB hard disks in a mirrored RAID-1 array for 41,250 channel/hours of recording; dual DVD-RAM drives for archiving, each offering 1,540 channel/hours of storage per DVD; and dual hot-swappable power supplies. The Linux-based VR615 is a two rack space standalone, scalable digital voice logger with optional front panel control. Available from eight to 48 analog channels, or 16 to 32 digital record channels, or a mix of both, the VR615 comes standard with dual 250GB hard disks in a mirrored RAID-1 array 41,250 channel/hours of on-board recording, and a single DVD-RAM for archiving.

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