Macintosh Server G4 (Digital Audio)

Introduced: January 2001
Terminated: July 2001


The Macintosh Server G4 (Digital Audio) had a PPC 7410 processor. The 533Mhz configuration had a 60Gb hard drive.  The dual 533Mhz configuration had a 72Gb hard drive. There was a CD-ROM drive and optional Zip 250 drive.  The Digital Audio part of the name came from a new built-in amplifier, which worked to drive USB based speakers.


The first speed bump to the Macintosh Server G4 line in more than a year, the Macintosh Server G4 (Digital Audio) offered a faster processor and a vastly improved set-up for digital audio.


Macintosh Server G4 (Digital Audio)


Image: 24-bit
Resolution: 640 x 480 VGA
Image Formats:—
Optics: 1/4-inch color CCD
Lens Focal Length:—
Audio: Integrated, dual-element microphone
Range: Autofocus from 50 mm to Infinity
Shutter Speed:—
Weight and Dimensions (US): 2.5 ounces, approx. 3.5” length, 1.38” diameter
Weight and Dimensions (Metric): 70.9 g, approx. 8.9 cm length, 3.5 cm diameter
Ports: FireWire for audio, video and power connection
System Requirements: iChat AV Software, Mac OS X v.10.2.5 or later, 600 MHz G3 Macintosh computer (or faster) with FireWire port
Power: Powered through FireWire connection


Introduced in January 2001, the Power Mac G4 was discontinued later that year in July.



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