yeah , i'm right in front of laptop so, in fact the akai remix need an optional internal scsi adaptor ( item we must connect into the machine ) to have a plug for an scsi harddisk . It's not like mpc I think. By defaut the Remix 16 only have a floppy disk and nothing to connect something else. it can be used without scsi but samples will be limited to 1.44 mb .
I don't know how look like nor wich type is the internal slot for the scsi optional plug.
Hope I have been clear; maybe you are french too, even if it's cool to use english for everybody...
on the photo you can see a blank vertical emplacement for the interface needed to connect scsi hd (between ac 120 and warning caution stickers)
See ya ,
thank you ,
Date: Sun, 16 Mar 2014 07:51:40 -0400
Subject: Re: akai remix 16 scsi interface
I'm not familiar with the remix 16, but this device is a drop in replacement for a SCSI hard disk drive. I use another model in an old PowerBook to replace a malfunctioning 40MB SCSI hard drive with 2GB of compact flash.
If the remix16 needs a SCSI hard drive, this is what you need to replace the hard drive with a modern storage solution, which is what I understood from your original question.
On Sunday, March 16, 2014, Lau ' <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: