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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Jerome Fuller a part-time user from US writes:
The MPC 3000 is a hot machine no question. I would pick this over the 2000 or 2000 Xl anyday. I have had 10 years of experience with this line so samplers. But the MPC 4000.....It has the best features of any MPC ever made and than some. I sent Akai an email a few years ago to tell them want I think should be added to their next generation MPC's. Everything I asked for was included: Balanced in and Outs, ADAT digital I/O option, expansion slots for Hard Disk or CDRW's, full blown sampler, a newly designed effects board, 2 MIDI ins and $ MIDI outs, USB ports......This unit is now available for sale at selected places.

www.sonicstate.com and www.ebay.com.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-29-2002 at 23:31
Triathlon a professional user from NY, USA writes:
The Akai MPC 3000 is a hot machine. The Akai 2000XL gives you some enhance features. Zone edits and converting to .wav & time stretching is the Sh*t. For some industry standard real Phat sounds you must check One Stop Beats & Bangin Beats for some sure shots. Check the sites. www.onestopbeats.com and banginbeats.com

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Apr-28-2002 at 09:14
Deoroche prd from London writes:
Mpc 3000le Black Version, 32MBm, Mint condition.

*UKING WICKED MACHINE!! NO exception! None! Heavy! Serious requirement for making R and B, Hip Hop, Garage, any urban or mainstream sounds. Roger Linn is a cat! 10 out of 10.

ex-owner of near all akai samplers, which are ok, but this one BLOWS the socks off the others!! Hands down!

If you can find it , buy it. Forget PC's /Macs's etc.. this is the real deal.

To be honest I DONT believe that Akai can recreate this product ever again. Simple to use, quick, 32MB is extremely large memory, more than ample. MPC4000 only glorified pc expressionless box. IF you want a standard sampler use any akai. If you want Phat sounds, real deal MPC Roger Linn Range.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-15-2002 at 07:38
hlynur a professional user from Iceland writes:
A Dreammachine tight as hell and looks soooooo sexy 100

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Apr-14-2002 at 20:24
mpc lover a professional user from japan writes:
If you want to use zip drive or MO,You better update your os of mpc3000 to 3.11. call yourcountry of division of akai.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Mar-03-2002 at 13:47
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