Akai S01

“AKAI Midi Digital S01 Sampler in fully working condition.

Some scufs and light scratches on front. Scratching and usage marks on the case. Some rusting on top and bottom of case but purely cosmetic, see images.

Fully tested and working. Floppy drive also works OK. I created some samples, saved them, switched off and back on and loaded the saved samples OK.

Midi interface tested with a midi keyboard (not supplied) and working OK.”
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Akai MFC 42

“Akai MFC 42 Filter with Wiring Harness Mounting Brackets. It is in like new condition. The metal mounting brackets have some very light oxidation due to storage in my basement. These units works great With MPC 2000 MPC 3000, but can be used with anything.”
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Akai MPC 500

“USED AKAI MPC500 Music Production Centre Sampler/Sequencer.

Note: no box or powder adapter included.

Recently tested with batteries and works fine. Built a little beat on it. Enjoyable piece of kit for anyone into old school hiphop.”
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Akai S900

“The S900 sampler was Akai’s first truly professional sampler, released in 1986. Its sampling specifications were pro-quality at the time: 12-bit stereo sampling, 7.5kHz to 40kHz variable sampling rates and a maximum of 63 seconds of sample time at 7.5kHz. Up to 32 samples can be created and stored to disk along with any edit settings. This was one of the first rack-mount samplers to use a built-in disk drive. Although the drive could load sounds while you play, it was still a very slow process, Editing and programming the S900 is a very good precursor to the advanced S3000 series. There are lots of advanced edit capabilities for looping, truncating, velocity crossfading, tuning and even analog-like parameters to control. Individual outputs for each of the eight voices, stereo mix out, stereo input, MIDI and trigger inputs round out this machine as a professional vintage-status sampler that still proves to be very useful even for today’s musicians!”
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Akai MPC 1000 with 128MB RAM

“AKAI MPC1000 Sampler LOADED!! With Pelican And Extras. Condition is “Used”.

Ok, so letting my baby go to fund another project, as with all my listings, this is a smoking deal set with a no-haggle price, see all specs below:

MPC 1000 Black (I bought this from the original owner 3 months ago, has less than 3hrs use on it since purchased)


128MB Ram
MPCStuff XLCD Screen (And OS)
Black Contrast Screen (As seen in photos)
Pelican Case (Not generic)
MPCStuff Black Fat Pads
Black Side Plates
Black Buttons
Custom Knobs (Gain + Volume + Data Wheel)
Black Faders
New LCD Window
CF Card with SD Card Reader (Including 256GB Card WITH Samples!)
JJOS2XL/OS3 AND JJOS128XL (Full Paid Licenses)”
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