“Used Akai MPC 2000XL with zip drive, light cosmetic scratches, buttons work. Untested was bought in an estate sale with audio studio equipment.” Link
I have never had any issues with it. It has 4 risers + a sticker on the bottom **Please see pics**
1 – 1G Flash Card
2 – 40G hard drive installed internally.
3 – JJOS1 4.99
4 – Travel Bag
5 – Drum Kits stored in the HD.
6 – Power cord
7 – 128 MB RAM” Link
“I am selling a Maxed Out Akai MPC 2000xl Studio Plus edition that comes with the factory installed 8 outputs, effects card, and the SMPTE card. It’s in excellent cosmetic and excellent working condition. The memory is also maxed out at 32MB ram and it has a multi card reader that reads SD, CF , and SM cards.
I will also include the original floppy drive, an extra screen frame and power cord. I will also include a live Wire 6″, 8 output snake cable. Thanks for looking.” Link
“Used MPC 4000. Everything in perfect working order. Nonsmoking studio. Do some research on the 4000. I do not want to sell but need to change hobbies for now.” Link
“AKAI MPC 2500 IN PERFECT CONDITION, USED VERY MINIMALLY. ALL BUTTONS WORK PERFECTLY AS IF IT WAS NEW. 128MB COMPACT FLASH DRIVE INCLUDED.” Link
It’s an awesome machine in mint condition. A great sampler and midi sequencer that does its job well, with plenty of storage to sample and perform with tracks several minutes long. Pads are in great shape and very responsive. No scratches on the LCD.” Link
“Contact Pads 5,6, & 13 require maintenance. All other pads/parts are operational and in acceptable working condition. May also buy for parts.” Link
original hard drive (soundbank sp1200/korg/..)
All works perfectly (pad/switch/fader/slider/..)” Link
In great shape and comes with used Iomega Zip drive and 5 brand new blank disks. I’ll even throw in some sample disks as I won’t need them any more.
Fantastic sounding machine.
Comes with Odyssey flight case and copy of Software version 3.1 Operator’s Manual.
Converted to 240 volts when I bought it from The States on eBay in the 2000s. ”
I’ve owned it for 6 years and kept it very safe. The previous mounted it in a rack and similarly looked after it very well. Note the 64note Polyphony and the operating system software version as 2.14.
It came with a CD player which enables input of samples from CD, so I include that too.
All in perfect condition, except for the fixing marks where the sampler has been bolted into the rack – these are visible in two photos. The glare on the screen is just from the camera. There is no damage.”
“MPC 2500. Time for me to give up dream on become a producer. I selling my drum machine for good price. Nothing wrong with everything work.”
This unit has a new “Backlight, and it also has the upgraded OS, (3.15 B5), and the floppy drive has been replaced with a Gotek USB Emulator, (SFRM72-FU-DL). The memory hasn’t been upgraded but it’s not that hard to do so yourself.
I love this thing but I’m moving a few pieces of gear to make room for new gear and unfortunately this has to go. Cosmetically it’s in very good shape, especially considering the age of the unit. Also, I’ll include the Floppy drive that was replaced by the USB Emulator.” Link
Works just fine. I’ve made tons of beats on this but I simply don’t have a need for it.
It’s missing a couple screws from the bottom from when i had to change the sliding lever a few years back but it’s very sturdy and doesn’t affect its functionality.
I also notice on the screen a lateral line of pixels that are not as dark as the rest. It’s never affected it’s usage so I’ve never bothered with it.” Link
“Akai S1100 midi stereo digital sampler.
This is a classic vintage machine a truly great sampler. One mounting bracket missing ” Link
I am selling due to being an expectant Dad so need to sacrifice this for some extra cash, I really hope it goes to a good home as it’s brought me so much joy!”
• Blue LCD screen
• Black Fat Pads
• 128MB RAM (Maxed out to 192MB)”
“Must sell due to college expenses. Not original owner. I’ve kept it in my clean home studio environment for the time it has been in my possession. I bought it used and never replaced the tact switch (the “Play” button) because I could use “Play Start” or a foot switch as a workaround. Everything else works 100%. Screen is perfect. Comes with a nice sample library. Thanks ”
MODEL – MPC60
FUNCTION – Sequencer and Drum Sampler
DESCRIPTION – This listing is for a AKAI MPC60 Integrated MIDI Sequencer and Drum Sampler.
Software Version: 2.02
1536K Sound Memory
PHYSICAL CONDITION – Very Good. There is a normal to moderate wear only unit. All controls, knobs and pads solid.
WORKING CONDITION – Very Good: Other than some wear from age and use, all the basic functions including controls, display, disk drive operations, pads, sample recording/ playback, tested working very well. Has the familiar hum due to backlight/inverter noise which is a characteristic of the MPC60.”
“This is the brain of the legendary Akai MPC60, the result of the Roger Linn collaboration with Akai. The MPC has touch pads and audio outputs. The ASQ-10 is the sequencer section only. No audio. No cool drum samples. Just MIDI. Here’s what Wikipedia says about it: In 1988, Akai also released the sequencer section of the MPC60 as a standalone hardware product in its own right, the ASQ10. As with the MPC60, this was renowned for its solid MIDI timing compared to computer software based systems.
I read about it in Contemporary Keyboard (not just Keyboard) and bought it brand new by special-ordering it from my local music dealer here in Spokane WA. I was moving up from the built-in sequencer of my Ensoniq ESQ-1. I was producing music for video production companies and needed dead accurate MIDI clock timing and the ability to read SMPTE time code, a feat that could otherwise be achieved only with the most powerful and expensive Macs. But it also had 2 MIDI In Ports and 4 MIDI Out Ports! I was running about 7 or 8 MIDI hardware devices and loved the I/O. I used it intensely from 1988 until the Mac LC came out in late 91/early 92. I still used the ASQ-10 for live presentations including an awards show with the Pacific Coast Gas Association Conference in Houston hosted by the now-infamous Enron! You can manually change sequences while everything’s running without any lag or timing dropout. That’s really cool and powerful.
The only drawback now is that it uses a 3.5″ floppy drive. The drive in this unit works flawlessly However, I’ve seen USB replacements on eBay that I’d buy in a moment if I was still using this baby. I’ve included 5 or 6 blank disks that are quickly (well, it takes about a minute!) and easily formatted on the ASQ-10. The backlit LCD display is getting dim but it’s still quite readable.”
GREAT SAMPLER – I WAS THE ORIGINAL OWNER BUT TIME TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW GEAR – ALL AROUND GREAT CONDITION ( FEW COSMETIC SCRATCHES SEE PHOTOS ) ” Link
“This is an mpc 4000 plus blue edition with an original edition white casing.
ALL buttons, sliders, and knob are working.
Fx card installed
2 brand new sticks of ram.
Internal Hard drive ” Link
“Akai Professional MPC 1000
Powers up, sometimes fine, sometiomes says a memory problem.
Unit is not fully tested.
Some wear and scratches” Link