ZuluRACK is a 1U single-space rack-mount solution containing up to (3) ZuluSCSI Drives. The rear panel contains DB25 female SCSI jacks for SCSI connections, and USB Type B jacks to route external power if your connections require it.
ZuluSCSI Drive Description
This is the new era of SCSI-capable solid-state Memory Card solutions for your hardware sampler. This is the RP2040-based ZuluSCSI board, packaged for internal installation purposes, with a handy standard 3.5 tray, an 18" 50-pin ribbon cable, a regular-sized SD card, and completely set up for your sampler/unit to your specifications from the factory.
What makes ZuluSCSI special is that it uses large 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 Akai S5000 and the Emu Emulator 4.)
Incredibly, ZuluSCSI Drives have the ability to access up to seven SCSI ID's; so it's really 7 drives in 1! This enables better use of the images on the SD card - more efficient, faster access.
Our quality ZuluSCSI Internal Drives work with EVERY SINGLE SAMPLER we know of (which is all of them). All Akai, Akai MPC, Roland, Emu, 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.
It also works on many/all non-sampler SCSI units, such as the Akai DPS16 and other SCSI-based hardware DAW's.
Comes ready to plug-and play! Included:
- Up to 3 ZuluSCSI RP2040-powered boards mounted on 3.5 trays
- Rear panel DB25 SCSI connections
- Rear panel USB Type B jacks for external power
- Includes USB cables and wall charger for power
- Includes SCSI cables, 3ft or 6ft
- 64GB SD card with formatted images of the sampler of your choice
- 1-year limited warranty
Please let us know what format images you want on your SD card, in the section above when ordering.