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“Verkaufe wegen Studioauflösung meine MPC 5000 mit einer 128 MB Ram Expansion.
Sie ist neuwertig und hat eine Restgarantie von 13 Monaten.
Das Gerät ist in einem sehr guten Zustand und kommt aus einem Nichtraucher Studio.
Der derzeitiger Neupreis der MPC5000 + Ram Erweiterung liegt bei 1.848,-” Link
These fab machines have featured on countless records, and are still much loved and in use today. If you are reading this you’ll probably already know that even though they are 12bit, so on paper quite ‘lo-fi’ by today’s standards, and the maximum sampling time is quite short, they have a really nice, clean, gutsy ‘in your face’ sound. Couple this with the good sounding filters, 8 separate assignable outputs and ease of use and you have a brilliant groove machine. Check what people say on Harmony Central….
I used it for all kinds of stuff from drums to backing vocals and strings and I’ll be including a large part of my old sample library on floppy discs.
There are about 25 discs of assorted real drums and sampled classic drum machines and percussion, plus lots more discs of basses, some vocals, piano, brass, strings and orchestral stuff.
It comes with the version 2 software on a disc that you insert in to the drive before booting up, which increases the functionality. I have also included a back up copy of this (though you don’t need to use it, it helps with sampling from scratch) . There is also the sample library, manual and power lead – all come packed in the original box.
The machine was kept in my old studio all it’s life, though it has been in storage for a while. The display backlight is now not working but the display is still easy to read. I understand that this is very common with these units and probably quite easy to fix. When I turned it on to test it I noticed that the volume knob had a bit of a crackle but still worked fine once set. Initially some of the discs would not load but as they haven’t been used in a long time it’s not surprising. After a small tap on the edge of each corner they all loaded up perfectly. I tried nearly every disc I am supplying and all loaded up and worked as expected. (Some of the discs have lots more samples on than the S900 can hold in one go, so remember to load individual programs or sounds in this instance)
This classic unit is around 25 years old, and though it all seemed to work just as I remembered, there could be some issues with it that I have not spotted in my quick check, and it might be prudent to get it serviced at some point. As a result I am selling it as-is (working, but not fully tested) with no returns. ” Link
“A used Akai S01 Digital sampler. This sampler is in great condition and is a great piece of kit for anyone after a classic bit of audio kit. The sampler although used has no cosmetic defects and works perfectly. ” Link
“Don’t know much about this unit other than it powers up. Everything seems to be in working order.” Link
” used Akai s100hd sampling unit. i acquired it used as part of a gear trade. only ever tinkered with it but seemed to be fully functional. very cool when you learn to use it. great for dj’s and bands.” Link
“This is a pre-owned AKAI Professional MPC500 Music Production Center (Inventory# 101042936). This unit is in great working condition and very nice cosmetic condition. It is pre-owned, and therefore does show a few light scuffs and abrasions from normal use, but still looks pretty good overall. We have included many pictures, so you should be able to get a great idea of what sort of shape the production center is in.” Link
“Getting rid of most of my Dj/Producing equipment due to change of profession. Taking up Photography and never have time for beat making anymore. 🙁
Rarely used Mpc 1000 has always been in the case or covered when not in use, has 128mb memory upgrade and JJos users and quick start manuals with original box\packaging. Including in sale padded lockable case, power cable, two 6′ 1/4in cables, usb interface cable, eight way 1/4in patch cable a couple of sample disc’s and 256mb/128mb/1gb cf cards.” Link
“This is a great sampler/sequencer. I bought it, played around with it a few times, and then got too busy to seem to get back to it. I bought an additional 4GB card for it, so it will come with both a 4GB and a 1GB card. All packing materials, manuals, cord, etc. that came with the unit are still with the unit. I haven’t even removed the film from the display.” Link
“I got the MPC 1000 to replace an MPC 2000XL. Unit is taken care of very well; cleaned on a regular basis to maintain the best possible performance. I’m selling it because I’ve replaced it with an MPC 2500. This MPC is in great condition. I’ve upgraded it with the following items:
Installed Upgraded Pad Sensors
Installed New Pads
Installed RAM upgrade
Replaced End Caps
Installed JJOS 1
The following are the items that are included in this auction:
MPC 1000 w/Power Cable (JJOS 1 installed)
CD with Samples from 70 drum machines, loops and breakbeats
128MB of RAM (installed)
2GB Compact Flash Card
CD with User Manual and User Guide
Unfortunately, this unit doesn’t come with the original box.” Link
Including Over $1000 in options:
IB-48P: 8 individual analog outputs
IB-4ADT: 4ADT: multi-channel ADAT digital I/O
IB-4D: SPDIF I/O with WordClock w / Dig Cable
80 GB Hard Drive
512 Megs Ram
Operating System 1.71 O.S
w / Dig Cable
**slight blemish on lcd, see pics for details***” Link
my son requested this machine for his school in Oct. but he just told me it’s not what the teach want
but already past my 30 days return policy with Guitar center I have paid over $ 600.00 for this
machine, I’m not sure what it is really for?” Link
“Awsome Machine ,Max memory Installed comes With three records for you to start sampling, also comes with Jdilla and 9th wonder drum kits..” Link
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