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yamaha MDP-5 (2006?) Midi Data Player
« on: December 26, 2015, 07:51:44 AM »


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provides a total of 494 voices (virtual music instruments) with 32 voices polyphony, 16 parts multitimbral, GM, GM2, GS and XG compatibility.
Mic and stereo Line inputs as well as MIDI IN are built-in.
Integrated USB port allows midi files transfer and MIDI interface to PC/Mac.
SMF files (zero format only) are stored on SmartMedia Cards (8 - 128 MB).
Runs on 4 AA batteries (1.2 - 1.5 V) and/or 9-12 V DC mains adapter.

This compact device was only distributed in Japan (japanese only manuals).