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Re: CFC question (repeater)
As the Electrix website indicates, try the SimpleTech
cards. I bought a 128 MB card at BUY.COM for around
> i have a friend with a repeater and he did have some trouble with the
> CFC - there is a specific one that works best, so be aware ;) i will ask
> him which one it was...
> On Monday, March 4, 2002, at 08:49 AM, Evan Meyers wrote:
> > okay, i know i should be checking the archive for the
> > answer to this, but i figured, i'd eventually come to
> > the list for popular consensus anyway...
> > i ended up heading out to alto music in middletown
> > yesterday and left with a repeater after scoping out
> > its capabilities (what a machine!)...and now to make
> > my unit complete, i need to get some type 1 CFCs.
> > what do you guys find is the best card to use with the
> > repeater? how much space do you get normally for a
> > card (and approx how much data does that hold in
> > actual loop time storage)? also, where do you
> > noramlly go to buy these flash cards.
> > also, are there any other add-ons to these machines
> > (aside from the footswitch and external effects) that
> > can help make it a more powerful tool?
> > any and all help is appreciated!
> > thanks, e va n
> > happy looping!
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> Jeff Blanding
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