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Spare parts and replacement keys for AKAI MPC 500 Sampler

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YKB21-5010 - 6,3 mm Klinkenbuchse Print Stereo
YKB21-5010 - Phone Jack 1/4 - 6.3 mm PCB Stereo
Phone Jack 1/4 inch- 6.3 mm, stereo, for printed circuit used in Korg, Roland or Yamaha Instruments this phone jack corresponds to these parts: YKB21-5010 HLJ0520-01-010 HLJ1520-01-3010 HTJ-064-10D same PCB layout, different housing...
From 2.25€ *
YKB21-5006 - Klinkenbuchse Print 6,3 mm Stereo
YKB21-5006 - Phone Jack 1/4- 6.3 mm for...
Phone Jack 1/4 inch - 6.3 mm, stereo with 2 switch, printed circuit for Korg, Roland or Yamaha Instruments this Phone Jack corresponds to these parts: YKB21-5006 HLJ-4306-01-3040 These phone jack is firmly soldered to a circuit board....
6.78€ *
Taster 12 mm für AKAI MPC
tactile switch 12 mm for AKAI MPC
Tactile switch 12 mm suitable for models AKAI MPC-1000 AKAI MPC-2000 AKAI MPC-3000 AKAI MPC-4000 These switch is used for REC,PLAY,STOP,TAP (6 pcs) Part Number: : ES-415015J The buttons are firmly soldered to a circuit board. For...
1.69€ *
Taster 5 mm für Akai
tactile switch 5 mm for AKAI
tactile switch suitable for models AKAI MPC-500 AKAI MPC-1000 AKAI MPC-2000 AKAI MPC-3000 AKAI MPC-4000 Akai Part Number: ES-349474 und ES-411687N The buttons are firmly soldered to a circuit board. For replacing the button craftsmanship...
From 0.69€ *

 Order MPC 500 spare parts

The increasing demand for portable equipment led AKAI to release the battery-powered MPC 500 in 2007. It was the first portable unit in the MPC series. To achieve the small size, AKAI reduced the familiar 16 velocity-sensitive pads from 16 to 12, and reduced the size of the display. The control concept, of course, remained the same. AKAI even kept the design of the buttons and rotary encoders for the MPC 500. This certainly contributed to the success of the small Music Production Center (MPC). However, some functions have been restricted that would hardly have been useful without the large display. For example, the MPC 500 does not have Chop Shop (slicing) or Audio Input Thru.

Spare parts for the smallest MPC

After more than 14 years of operation, the MPC 500 may show signs of wear, such as bouncing, i.e. the repeated triggering of a function after pressing a key, or volume control scratching. It can also happen that the headphone jack has a loose contact or the display loses brightness.
We supply spare parts for your MPC to restore your playing pleasure.
We have the buttons, knobs and sliders for your MPC 500, supply the headphone jack and also the display to make your AKAI MPC 500 fit again. No device has to lie defective in the shelf, a repair is possible with original spare parts.

In our online shop you will find a variety of different, suitable spare parts for the repair of your electronic musical instrument. If a spare part is no longer available from the manufacturer, we offer tested, adequate replacements, which we install in our specialist workshop under professional conditions. Sometimes we also develop our own spare part solutions if parts from other manufacturers do not offer a satisfactory alternative.

Repair of your MPC 500

In our specialist workshop, which is equipped with high-quality special tools, we offer you the repair of your equipment under professional conditions. We have the knowledge, skills and well-trained personnel to repair your AKAI MPC 500 properly and professionally. We replace the buttons, rotary encoders or jack sockets just as safely as we replace entire assemblies or the display. Such activities are part of he daily work in our workshop. Spare parts exchange specialists.
You are welcome to send in your device for repair, or to hand it in at the workshop.
Please arrange an appointment for the repair of your AKAI MPC 500.
Write to us.

 Order MPC 500 spare parts The increasing demand for portable equipment led AKAI to release the battery-powered MPC 500 in 2007. It was the first portable unit in the MPC series. To... read more »
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