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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Ky a professional user from USA writes:
First let me say that I have read every review on all the Akai MPC series and I can appreciate all views. I own a 2000 studio plus and must say "..the thing is incredible." I have owned it 3 yrs and i'm still finding new uses for it. Everytime i get mad and think of selling it, it shows me something new proving it's worth. With any sampler theres endless music possibilities but with a MPC your 1 up on the competition(my personal opinion). As to which MPC is the best....i'll leave that up to you. I just bought a 60 and looking for a 3000 just to see if all the hype is true(i'll let you know what i find) At the end of the day the bottom line is the finished product. If your tracks are hot, it doesn't matter what you use; if there not, well.......keep practicing. but my 2000 has definatly earned its place in my studio.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Sep-29-2002 at 18:16
Captain mixalot a professional user from California U.S writes:
This machine is the ultimate if you're into groove based music. Akai managed to produce a unit that is sophisticated enough to be the centre of any studio, but simple enough for the average guy on the street to make killer tracks. That's the secret of the MPC2000'S SUCCESS. Expand the memory and you can do anything with it. I've had mine for nearly four years, and no matter what they bring out I'll never part with it. TEN OUT OF TEN FOR A TRULY MAGICAL PIECE OF GEAR...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Sep-26-2002 at 21:25
ICEMAN a part-time user from CHICAGO , IL writes:
i 've had my MPC for about five years and it's the best single machine i believe in HIp Hop today but beware after five years of heavy usage i have already replaced the LCD screen and the disk drive. nut don't sweat if you can install additional memory the rest of this shit is a piece of cake i ordered the lcd from akai via Guitar center and paid about $116.00 for it They tried to get me to pay them about $100.00 to install it but i was able to do it myself in about 20-30 minutes, with the help of my Eyeglass screwdriver. The disk drive i replaced from Comp USA for $20.00, and it took 10 minutes to do.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jun-18-2002 at 15:00
Z a hobbyist user from U.S writes:
own a MPC2000. Everytime I try to save samples i can't with the floppy drive. I purchased a CD burner, but the MPC didn't recognize it. What would be a compatible device to install to my MPC2000 to save my music? Can I hook my MPC up to my computer? How can I download beats to my MPC? Please let me know.Thank You

posted Thursday-Jun-13-2002 at 15:07
Lekski from UK writes:
I've been making beats for a couple of months and already they are starting to sound respectable. I don't care what anyone says u don't get the same feel or inspiration from a computer no matter how much crap you've got on there and I've never been tempted to hurl it at the wall like I have a PC.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-May-24-2002 at 10:14
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