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Opcode MIDI Translator II (1993)
« on: December 21, 2015, 11:24:03 AM »

MIDI Translator II

Macintosh MIDI Interface

The MIDI Translator II interface attaches to either the modem or printer port on the Macintosh. It provides one MIDI In and three MIDI Outs that may be connected to any synthesizer, drum machine, or other MIDI device using standard MIDI cables. It includes a thru switch for the serial port connection and MIDI IN/OUT activity indicator LEDS. The MIDI Translator II requires no power supply. Serial Cable included free.

Requirements:   Macintosh Plus and above; MIDI instrument

The MIDI Translator II provides the interface between your Macintosh computer and a MIDI Synthesizer. It's features include:
16 MIDI Channels
Direct connection to serial ports; no power supply needed
MIDI Indicator Lights
Switch to select between MIDI or other Macintosh peripheral