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Yamaha SFG-05 FM Sound Synthesizer Unit II

This FM Sound Synthesizer Unit II is an expansion unit for providing your MSX computer with real music features.

  • An FM sound generator is used as the sound generator, allowing for the reproduction of quality sound. This is the same type of digital synthesizer used in the Yamaha DX Series.
  • A maximum of eight sounds can be produced simultaneously. If this unit is used together with the FM Music Composer (sold separately) the simulataneous reproduction of up to eight different tones becomes possible.
  • This unit is equipped with 48 different types of tone data.
  • MIDI equipped.

An MSX computer with a RAM capacity of at least 32KB is required for use of the FM Sound Synthesizer.

Date : Unknown

Manufacturer : Yamaha

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH36941. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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