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Average rating: 4.2 out of 5
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peter James-Stephen from Bath UK writes:
I have an AkaiCD3000i its a very clean sampler it sound very good not quite as good as my Emax 2 but is more stable on stage. The Final Demand are to tour with it soon so I hope it stands up to the 21date tour see you there!!

posted Tuesday-Sep-18-2001 at 16:32
mike a professional user from Korea writes:
i have three sampler (AKAI CD3000i, S5000, K2000) Ok CD3000i .. it just player.. didn't include anything.. just scsi..., no digital out and no analog or digital in.. if you don't have any sampler then you got no reason to buy this sampler~..

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-26-2001 at 21:02
Sander a professional user from Germany writes:
I must say that I love my Akai CD3000i. It's a good sampelplayer. I'm using it with my Akai S5000. I've a Emu 6400 Ultra sampler to. It sounds more fat than a Akai, but when you put the two together it makes a perfect mix. Greetings.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-May-15-2000 at 16:03
petrus a professional user from Holland writes:
It's a good sampleplayer. I must say, I'm a Emu lover. the only good sampler Akai has ever made is the Akai S2800i/S2800, because the low filters are really Fat, almost like the Emu Ultra samplers, or the "old" Emu Emax II sampler. But I like the Akai CD3000i. Because I only paid $600 for it. I'm now using it for my drum sounds. And it sounds clean in the mix. when I need fat sounds, I use the Emu 6400 Ultra. However the Akai CD3000i is a sampler player, it is usefull when you have a real sampler to. Like a Akai S2800i/S2800, or a Emu sampler. This is my meaning people, and there are more professionals who have the same thoughts about it!! Greetings from Holland.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-May-14-2000 at 20:15
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