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Author Topic: Roland CM64 (1989) LA/PCM sound module.  (Read 3401 times)

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Roland CM64 (1989) LA/PCM sound module.
« on: December 19, 2015, 01:13:25 AM »


basically this unit can be thought of as a u110 + d110 in the same box

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Roland CM-64
At one point in time the CM-64 was the ultimate Roland game synth to own, but at a debut price of well over $1000 USD not many could afford it. The CM-64 is a CM-32L and a CM-32P combined into one box. It is fully MT-32 compatible. This unit will work just fine for MT-32 or CM-32L games, but few if any games were actually designed to utilize the CM-32P side at the same time as the CM-32L. The CM-64 has the same Roland PCM wave card slot on its front panel as the CM-32P.

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