Akai MPC1000

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Akai MPC1000 - Synth Palace
Akai MPC1000 - Synth Palace

Akai MPC1000

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  • SKU: seq-017
  • Brand: Akai
  • Type: Sampler
  • Availability: In Stock



MPC1000 inherits all of the essential MPC features such as 32-voice stereo sampling, 64-track sequencing, and 16 velocity and pressure-sensitive MPC pads, fitting all the production capability into a compact, affordable package. 16MB of onboard memory comes standard and can be expanded up to 128MB. You can save your work to a Standard Compact Flash Card (up to 2GB). A preloaded CF card with popular Akai Pro samples is included to get you going.

When connected to a Mac or PC via its built-in USB port, you can simply drag and drop data between the computer and MPC1000's CF card. MPC1000 is small, rugged and incredibly portable for an easy fit into a backpack or laptop bag for the traveling producer.


Storage: Compact Flash: Type-II, support up to 2GB card

Hard Drive (optional - req. HDM-10): any standard IDE 2.5" hard drive

Memory: 16MB installed (Can be expanded to 128MB with EXM-128)s

Analog Input/Output: (2) Balanced 1/4" Inputs (6) Unbalanced 1/4" Outputs [Stereo L/R + 4 Assignable Outs] (1) Headphone Output

Digital Input/Output: (1) Coaxial S/PDIF Input [RCA] (1) Coaxial S/PDIF Output [RCA]

MIDI Input/Output: (2) MIDI Input [5-pin DIN] (2) MIDI Output [5-pin DIN]

Other Input/Output: (2) 1/4" Footswitch (1) USB [Storage Support]

Levels: Analog Input = +10dBu Analog Output = +17dBu [Stereo & Assignable Outs]

Sampler Resolution: 16bit/44.1kHz

Sampler Recording Time: 136sec [16MB/MONO] 24min 28sec [128MB/MONO]

Sequencer Details: 100,000 notes resolving at 96ppq 99 Sequences with total 64 tracks per seq 20 Songs with total 250 steps per song

Pad Details: 16 (velocity and pressure sensitive) 4 Pad Banks [A, B, C, D]

Synchronization: MIDI Clock only

Power Options: 100v - 240v 50/60Hz 19W

Dimensions (W x H x D): 13" x 2.97" x 8.98" 330mm x 75.5mm x 228.2mm

Weight (net): 7.6 lbs 3.45 kg


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