FOR SALE AKAI MPC 60 MK1 Up for grabs is a 60 with complete Refurbishment and upgrade, making it one of the best 60s out there. The unit has the following spec: - All new button tacts - New pad sensors - Replacement encoder - new multiregional PSU with high quality capacitors - Refurbished CPU and sync boards with all new capacitors - Refurbished voice boards, with all new capacitors, and new ram chips. - 8 output 10db boost - Mix output boost - SCSI upgrade - Ram upgrade - Latest operating system with lpf60 routing edits - internal SD card reader Headphone output modification - LPF60 low pass filter modification - Green high contrast led display - Repainted jog wheel, volume, and contrast knobs - Walnut side panels - Plastic button restoration - Full service and Refurbishment, and calibration. Unit has a few small signs of age dotted about, but is in a really immaculate, physical condition. This unit was purchased recently from the famous Jazzcat in the UK. My reason for the sale is due to a new scope of work and family commitments and hence I don't have the time to enjoy this amazing machine in my spare time. It is a dream to play with, it is like a new unit.

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Listed2 months ago
ConditionMint (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • MPC60 Integrated MIDI Sequencer and Drum Sampler
Finish
  • Grey
Categories
Year
  • 1988 - 1991
Made In
  • Japan

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