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Discussion in 'Recording' started by Matt Tarosky, Aug 25, 2003.

  1. Matt Tarosky

    Matt Tarosky Guest

    I need help,
    I have an AKAI DPS12 digital recorder and supposedly i can link it to my pc with SCSI. Unfortunately its not that easy. I have everything working for the SCSI cable, but when my pc tries to load a driver for the DPS, it always fails. Now, this wouldn't be so bad if I could get some tech assistance from the web, but I cant find jack. Everything on the AKIA website is CD players and blenders.

    The manual has almost nothing about it except a pretty drawing on how to plug the SCSI in the back.

    The unit came with editing software which I expected to find driver software, but neither I nor the computer can locate it on the CD. I don't know what Im doing wrong.
    any advice would help.

    I tried to load this on Windows XP and Windows 98.
    Im using a SCSI to USB cable, but that sofware was loaded fine, I dont think the cable is the problem. help!
  2. Don Schenk

    Don Schenk Active Member


    The guy you want to talk with at Akai (USA)is:

    Sean Weitzmann

    Tel : 818-789-4202

    Hours 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM Pacific time

    Email support : sean@akaipro.com

    I believe he is on vacation at the moment, but call the number to see if anyone else can help

    Also, there is an Akai users BBS at:


    It deals mostly with the DPS24 and DPS16, but others there may have solutions.

  3. Matt Tarosky

    Matt Tarosky Guest

    thanks a lot

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