I have few USB2CMI units for sell. Those left from a recent group run, so they will go quick. This particular unit is a non-display version.
This means, it doesn't have own display which replicates music keyboard display. There is no other difference between non-display and display versions. Check my other listings for display version. To avoid a misleading on the usage modes for Series I/II/IIx and Series III, here is some basic info.
Series I/II mode allows USB keyboard to be used to simulate alpha numeric keyboard. Allows MIDI input and emulates music keyboard commands (within limitations or original music keyboard for velocity levels). NO LIGHT PEN emulation - this is not feasible for this type of the interface. Series III mode allows USB keyboard and mouse.Have to use a keyboard with built in USB hub and port for a mouse (similar to Apple keyboards) or a separate USB hub. MIDI input is not used in that mode as it makes no sense. Display version replicates what you see on the music keyboard. Original alpha numeric, PREH or MFX keyboard can be used altogether and merged with an USB keyboard and mouse input. More info check at Joe's repository: github.
Have also couple PCBs not soldered if you prefer PCBs alone. USB2CMI box fully assembled and tested. 9 pin cable to CMI.
Transfer & Data Recovery services. I offer data transfer and recovery services from various media. It covers all the needs of Fairlight users with QDOS, OS9, FLFS file systems as well as any other users by raw data image copy. If youre looking for coping/recovering old projects from HDDs, MO disks, tapes, floppies and other formats, - thats exactly the service you need.I own many different readers, drives, adapters. Its always more than one for selected media to guarantee ideal compatibility and better recovery. Contact me if you have a special request or if the media doesnt present in the list. Support for all types of MO, Worm & Limdow media types. 512, 1024, 2048 & 4096 Byte per sector.
9.1, 8.6, 5.2, 4.8, 4.1, 2.6, 2.3, 1.3, 1.2GB, 768MB (Maxtor OC-800), 650 & 600MB. QIC-24 tape media format 60MB. 8mm EXABYTE Cartridge Tape 8200/8500 formats 15, 54, 112m up to 5GB. All the range of SCSI-1, SCSI-2, SCSI-U160, SCSI-U320 interfaces 50 pin, 68 pin, 80 pin. Seagate ST series, Miniscribe, Maxtor and others.IBM PS/2 compatible hard drives. 8, 5.25, 3.5 raw dump and many formats support. Don't forget to check other items. Lot of 20 favorite banks on 5.25 DD floppies.
Memory Test disk on 5.25 DD floppy. OS floppy disk with customization option. 3.5 floppy upgrade kit including mounting options.
Floppy cable for 3.5" and 5.25" drives. EPROM set: Main 2.1/Scanner 3.1/Debug. Debug eeprom for testing purpose. Keyboard rubber contact for 7 keys. MIDI conversion kit: HW+ OS v.Lot of 30 Oberheim DPX-1 banks on 3.5 floppies. 3.5 Floppy drive replacement. OS 3.87J (2 eeproms). Lot of 25 SCI Prophet 2000/2002 banks on floppies. OS 4.3B (or legacy 2.1 if needed).
Roland CMU800 Synthesizer Sample Library. LELL UDS SOVIET DRUM Synth Sample Library. The item "Fairlight USB2CMI USB mouse, keyboard, MIDI for Series II/IIx/III NONDISPLAY" is in sale since Friday, August 28, 2020. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Pro Audio Equipment\Synthesizers". The seller is "ktracker_rus" and is located in Folsom, California.This item can be shipped worldwide.