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“I am selling an Mpc 4000.. The Mpc is in excellent working condition. It has some minor sign of usage. It comes with power cord.” Link
Flash Speicher 128 MB
Intern erhöht auf 512MB” Link
“Overall good condition. Has been thoroughly tested & everything works perfect (with the exception of one broken data key). Bright back light. Cosmetically, it has one scratch on the screen, a nick on the control panel & the 0/Z key is broken but this is only a minor inconvenience.” Link
In Excellent Condition, gently used and taken care of.
Original box, manuals and power cord included.
• Upgraded fat pads
• Comes with Memory Card and samples pre-loaded onto MPC so you can get off to a good start
• 256 mb memory stick is also installed already
• Modifications handled by 16 Squarez (a professional MPC customizer)
JJOSXL – version 2.21 (paid version) installed
CD of extra samples included!
Also comes with 230+ page “Beat Making on the MPC 1000″ tutorial guide by MPC-Tutor” Link
Comes with EXM 128 Ram upgrade, 8gb cf card, and upgraded to JJOS system for easier user friendly sampling. Great investment for a hip hop head.” Link
“Like new MPC 1000. I bought this thing for $999 in 2009 & I’ve only taken it out of the box a few times since then. I loaded exactly one sample, & I’m not even sure if I saved it properly. Despite my initial ambitions, I have finally accepted that I will never, ever learn how to use this thing. The unit comes from a clean, smoke-free house. It functions perfectly, is cosmetically flawless, & has all of the original accessories (manual, 128MB memory card, power cord). You get the box & everything.” Link
“This mpc is fully loaded with 32 megs of ram scsi compact flash card, sd card reader and 8 out expansion. All pads are responsive no lines in the screen all knobs and buttons work except the window button it works but you just have to push a little extra on it.” Link
“Up for bid is an Akai MPC3000 Sampler. Item is used, working condition” Link
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AKAI MPC 2000 XL Midi Production Center Drum Machine
fully functional .. has been tested ..all knobs.. pads are fully functional.. and in good condition… comes with power cord.. no accessories.. just the machine itself…good luck bidding !!!!!!!!!!!!!!” Link
Excellent Working Condition
Fair Cosmetic Condition
Some Scuffing and Wear May be Present
There is a Slider Missing On A Volume Knob
Ships with Power Cable And Start Up Disc” Link
“sampler of the late eighties! It actually still stacks up pretty well even today!” Link
“Perfect visual and functional condition. Used very lightly. In original box.” Link
” Akai MPC 1000 with updated pad sensor kit, max RAM, power cord and CF card. Very well taken care of and cherished.” Link
“Unit has general cosmetic wear on its body from use and storage. The body’s edges are lightly scuffed and the paint is worn off in some spots. The left edge and left slider knob have some heat damage on them. The display looks great but has some light marks on the cover, they are hard to see when in use.” Link
LCD screen has no lines and all pads work.
The original internal AKAI MCD CF reader drive has been removed by my friend, so it comes without it.
You will have to use Zip Drives for saving and loading or installed a cf reader drive or floppy drive on this MPC. Besides this it’s in good condition and fully working.” Link
“You are bidding on a used Akai MPC 2000XL sampling drum machine in nice pre-owned condition. Minor scratches or blemishes but very small and just normal handling. ” Link
“Unit works perfectly. The cover for the power button is missing though, so you have to reach a bit with your finger to turn it on and off (but it still turns on and off just fine). Please see photos for cosmetic details. Includes AC Cable and voltage converter for your country (this is 120 v, so it will work without a converter in the US)” Link
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