rhoffman55 at yahoo.com
Wed Nov 28 17:53:32 EST 2012
Also, even if you could make this connection, what would you feed the S-760. Nothing special. It only likes Roland CD-ROMs. You would have to "build" a volume on a PC, or, convert another CD from say Kurzweil in "Translator" but you would wind up with the same "Steinway D" sample from "East West".
I have a XV-5080, two S760 and Kurzweil 2500 on the same SCSI bus going into a rack box that holds 1 CDrom and 2 Hard drives, no problems. The XV-5080 will take the S-760 library (whick the Fantom doesn't) and wave files.
I've never seen the need to change from SCSI. It's still a fast bus, not a rickshaw.
From: Garth Hjelte <garth at chickensys.com>
To: sgroup at sgroup.ca
Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2012 11:23 AM
Subject: Re: [sgroup] USB-SCSI
At 12:58 PM 11/28/2012, you wrote:
>Thanks for that info. It's disappointing...
Why though? I suppose you are thinking that it gives you access to all types of USB drive methods (SSD, large capacity, etc.) but it's doubtful the S-760 would even recognize such devices. The thought that a SCSI->USB would provide interference between the two is asking a lot.
The S-760 remains in the "other" millennium. =)
>I have a micropolis drive model 3243AV, (inside an enclosure) and it seems to be having some problems. Do I need to replace this internal drive with the exact same drive or do I have options that you know of?
It doesn't have to be the same. Find a fixed SCSI drive on eBay, stay within 4GB or so, taht way you can be fairly sure you aren't getting "beyond" the S-760. Then just replace the drive.
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