Triton Scsi port, worth it?

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Triton Scsi port, worth it?

Post by The Cancer Years » Mon Jul 07, 2008 1:46 am

145 seems to be the going rate for the scsi port.

I have the classic, is this going to make a HUGE difference in sampling?

I am unsure if its really needed.

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Post by crystalmsc » Tue Jul 08, 2008 10:32 am

if you really into the Triton Sampling, it could be worth it. Otherwise, for the money, it could be a stand alone sampler with an Included SCSI interface such as the Akai S3000XL :idea:
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