MATRIXSYNTH: E-MU Systems EMU EMAX II w/ 8mb RAM, SCSI2SD Option & New LED Display

Sunday, November 03, 2019

E-MU Systems EMU EMAX II w/ 8mb RAM, SCSI2SD Option & New LED Display

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"This EMAX II is loaded with all desirable upgrades I would ever ask for but lately, I just haven't been using it and can't justify keeping it so it's time to sell it. It's in fantastic condition, no serious scratches, no dents, and all screws. It's clean inside and out. The yellow LED display can be viewed clearly from a far distance and at any angle. All the buttons and sliders are responsive. All the inputs, outputs and MIDI work. Everything works like it should. Instead of a noisy used SCSI HD prone to fail, I've installed the SCSI2SD option, partitioned into 4 large SCSI drives. The floppy disk drive reads and writes without issue. If no floppy is inserted on power up, the machine will boot off SCSI Drive A. You don't need a boot disk with this EMAX. This has the rarest optional RAM daughter board and flash making this one of the fewest examples of the 8mb EMAX II in existence. I've got about 40 banks each containing about 5 unique sound patches on SCSI Drive A. I am also including a bunch of disks that I haven't saved to the drive, but there's some good stuff like a few OB-X patches and so on within those. You'll get the EMAX II with the User Manual, power cord and disks you see pictured."

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