We believe ZuluSCSI is the best solution for proprietary SCSI hosts (Akai, Ensoniq, Emu, etc.), but perhaps you already have a SCSI2SD solution. Thousands have been sold.
So we are offering a limited-scope / limited-time exchange program. Get a ZuluSCSI board in exchange for your SCSI2SD board at reduced cost. And, as options, we can transfer data for you, or give you a 64GB SD card, or even give you a new case - External, Internal, or Mini.
We will take in replacements SCSI2SD v5.2 and v5.5. We will NOT take v5.1, or v5.0 or less. For v6.0, we'll even pay you for them!
Note: this SKU requires you to pay first, send us your SCSI2SD, and we send the ZuluSCSI. If you'd like Zero-Downtime, please purchase your desired ZuluSCSI at full price within the other SKU's and under Comments mention you'd like the Exchange Program Price. We will follow up with information immediately, and you'll have a month to send in your SCSI2SD to obtain the Exchange Program Price.
BOARD REPLACE - $35; free domestic shipping, international customers add $15.
Send in SCSI2SD board by itself, out of case, and we replace it with an equivalent ZuluSCSI board. For that base price, it'll be up to you to image the data off your SD cards and put those on a FAT32-formatted SD card (may even be the same one), and - if you have it in case - take it out of the case and assemble the ZuluSCSI board.
- Make purchase
- Send us your SCSI2SD board along with any SD cards to our Spring Hill TN address. Do not return any wall chargers, USB cables, adapters, or SCSI cables, and the SCSI2SD board must be in working order.
- We are not responsible for your shipping or risk.
- When we receive it, we will immediately notify you and ask any questions necessary (hopefully not)
- We will ship out within 48 hours of your reply.
OPTION DETAILS, all reflected in the pull-down menu
- Add $10 for us to image your SD cards, reformat them to FAT32, put the images on those SD cards
- Add $10 for a brand new 64GB SD card set up with blank images and custom INI file
- Add $20 for us to image your SD cards and put them on a brand new 64GB SD card, all SD cards are returned to you
- Add $7.50 for a brand new plastic case - we manufacture better cases than we used to - and we put the ZuluSCSI board in that
FULL REPLACEMENT - $60 plus shipping
Send the SCSI2SD as-is with all your SD cards, we will send you back a ZuluSCSI unit with a 64GB SD card containing all your data from the SD cards in a new plastic case of the same or different color, with your original SD cards. We will keep the old case and the SCSI2SD board.
SCSI2SD v6.0 REPLACEMENT - We pay $25!
If you'd like to trade in a SCSI2SD v6.0, we'll replace it with a encased ZuluSCSI v1.1 External or Internal fully loaded (external or internal case, your choice of color) and we'll image your SD cards PLUS throw in $25!
This is the BRAND NEW era of SCSI-capable solid-state Memory Card solutions for your hardware sampler. These are THE NEW ZuluSCSI 1.1 boards within a handy ultra-small case with an external DB25 jack. They use a regular-sized SD card, and most samplers do not require power. (If they do, simply use a USB Android cable plugged into a wall-charger.) The wonderful aspect of the ZuluSCSI is the ability to access up to SEVEN SCSI ID's; so it's really 7 drives in 1! This enables better use of the SD card - more efficient, faster access.
What makes ZuluSCSI special is that it uses Image Files on a standard FAT32-formatted SD card for the drives it accesses. This is a significant improvement for proprietary disk formats (Akai, Roland, Ensoniq, Emu, MPC, etc.) and solves the inconvenient issues with SCSI2SD proprietary SD cards. It is far easier and faster to use with a computer. (We still recommend SCSI2SD v6.0 for computer-compliant samplers such as the newer Akai S5000 and the Emu Emulator 4.)
ZuluSCSI works with EVERY SINGLE SAMPLER we know of (which is all of them). All Ensoniq, Akai, Akai MPC, Roland, Emu, Ensoniq, Kurzweil, Korg, Peavey, Synclavier, Fairlight, Waveframe samplers. We don't provide a list because we haven't found a sampler it DOESN'T work on.