The Hivelogic Garage Sale 2009

It’s time for the annual Hivelogic Garage Sale. Over the last couple of years, I’ve moved from using a powerful desktop machine to a laptop, and so has my wife. I’ve also switched out some of my audio gear in the process. Now these items, kept in near-mint condition, are available for you to buy. Think of it as a kind of recycling. Everybody wins.

I’m selling a Mac Pro SOLD!, an Intel iMac SOLD!, a M-Audio FireWire Solo Audio Interface SOLD! Use those links to jump you to the respective items, below.

Mac Pro

Update: This item has sold.

This is an Apple Mac Pro, which I purchased in October of 2006. I upgraded the memory to 6GB with RAM from Crucial. It cost about $3,000 new (with RAM).

Ships in the original box and packaging.

I’m taking offers starting at $1,800. Contact me »

Processor 2.66 GHz Quad Xeon
RAM 6GB 667 DDR2 FB DIMM
Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT 256MB
Hard Drive 500GB Serial ATA 3Gb/s (Hitachi)
Optical Drive 16x SuperDrive
Wireless Airport Extreme and Bluetooth 2.0

Intel iMac

Update: This item has sold.

This is an Apple Intel Core Duo iMac, from 2006. I upgraded the memory to 1.5GB with RAM from Small Dog. It cost about $1,000 new (with RAM).

Ships in the original box and packaging.

I’m taking offers starting at $500. Contact me »

Processor 1.83 GHz (Dual Core)
RAM 1.5GB PC2-5300 DDR2 SDRAM
Graphics Card Intel GMA950 64MB
Hard Drive 80GB 7200 RPM
Optical Drive 16x SuperDrive
Wireless Airport Extreme

FireWire Solo Audio Interface

Update: This item has sold.

This is a FireWire Solo Audio Interface. I’ve used it since mid-2007, primarily for podcasting. It’s both Mac and PC compatible, and also works with ProTools.


It’s bus or AC powered (adapter included), has a 1/4-inch guitar input and an XLR microphone input, as well as dual-line inputs for effects, drum machines and other gear. It connects to your computer with FireWire at a sample rate of 24-bit/96kHz, so there’s no lag. Here’s M-Audio’s product page.

I’m taking offers starting at $100. Contact me »

Thank you for your time.

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