Iomega Zip 100 SCSI External user reviews
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- Overall Opinion
- I have over 10 years. I plugged in on my Akai S50000 and today on my Akai Z4 with a CD-rom SCSI also. Recognized by my PC.
No connection problem or recognition if it complies with the fact to a different SCSI ID for each material and finish with a plug. I had some prolèmes during backup but impossible to tell whether it came from the ZIP or S5000 at the time.
I would do this choice at the time because in SCSI hard drives were small capacity and very expensive. Today I do not buy it and replace it with the IDE hard drive I have in my Akai Z4 sampler.
- Overall Opinion
- J uses the zip 100 scsi with a s2000 for about 9 years, but I had been robbed several years ago and I had replaced what had fallen under the hand: a hard disk scsi 500 MB.
I had used the 1 GB Jaz (too big; s2000 memory max is 32 mega, that of the E5000 that I have Maintenat 128 MB, but it has an internal disk. S5000 can ride a 256 and in this If a zip 250 will be preferred.
I love the price used in the empty granaries! compactness, being able to save his multis and his favorite sounds for live use.
I've redone this election compared to the price of the occasion, but to have the utility must have a sound into a sampler external, so banks of sounds on the cd and scsi cd player that goes with it.
The value for money depends on what we already ... I've paid 5 € with 4 cartridges so I can not say that ... but be happy for me, a pack cd rom zip + 100 + 1 Cartridge "should not exceed 50 € ...
I put 9 because it gives new life to old samplers, and can take them to live without s'embarasser cd ... (unacceptable)&% &%&%&%exceeded Tool for office, but essentially a sampler with SCSI ...