It has 8mb of ram and the hard drive has lots of sounds. It has a Apple 500 MB Hard drive installed. The Emax was replaced in 1989 by the Emax IIandEmax II Turbo. Although the Emax II was a true 16-bit sampler with morepolyphony, it also used digital filters and components, which sounded noticeably different from the original's analogue filter chips. Nevertheless, the Emax II found a niche among many professionals due to its large and varied sample library, and it enjoyed the longest production run of any E-mu product.
The EMAX II has different versions, labeled between 2201 and 2214, including mono and stereo versions. The Emax II Turbo, released in 1990, added more built-in sample memory (8 Mb from factory) and an internal SCSI Hard Disk. The item "EMU EMAX II SAMPLING KEYBOARD SCSI With HARD DRIVE & HARD CASE MODEL 2205 8MB Ram" is in sale since Friday, October 9, 2020. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Pro Audio Equipment\Vintage Pro Audio Equipment". The seller is "the_vintage_gear_guys" and is located in Roseville, California.
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