|Price incl. VAT||£84.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£70.75|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £8.50 Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Return products within two months £4.25 Possibility to return products within two months||
Perfectly compact Akai sampler MPX8 is one of the most innovative contemporary series pads Akai Professional. S Secure Digital card, you can record into his mind virtually any sample and the sample then assigned to any of eight backlit and velocity-sensitive pads. MPX8 also includes a huge library of built-standard audio samples that can be immediately used for live performances - whether you're in front of a crowd of audience, on the radio or in the studio.
Bright blue backlit display and intuitive controls provide easy operation in all lighting conditions. As part of the headphone output with 3.5mm connector and two balanced outputs 6.3 mm . The MIDI interface in the world are the classic pětikolík MIDI and USB MIDI inputs and outputs.
Akai MPX8 gives musicians a platform for quick and convenient access to virtually unlimited number of sounds, sound of shots and individual shots . Part MPX8 is editor audio samples drag-and-drop for Mac and Win. Users can also easily store and then produce your own whole set of samples together, such as drum kits. A individual samples can apply Reverb.
Pads: 8 velocity sensitive
Sounds: 21 internal (via SD card can finish any more)
Scrolling: 9-position user-programmable
Next: Reverb, demonstration tunes and three different types of triggers
Balanced TRS output 6.3 mm (2x)
3.5 mm headphone
Midi via USB 5pin DIN MIDI via 3.5mm V/V cable (included)
Slot for SDHC cards (up to 32GB)
5 V DC, 1000 mA via USB
Dimensions: 295 x 100 x 33 mm (W x H x V)
Weight: 450 g
MPX8 Sample Kit Editor (download)
Loops Library (download)
3,5 mm <-> MIDI adapter
USB cable and power adapter
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