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  • Organ age question

    Hello,

    When did digital organ makers (Allen, Rodgers, etc.) stop putting floppy drives in their organs?

    If a digital organ has a floppy drive --- should that be an indicator of its age?

    I am asking this because I have been shown a supposedly "brand new" organ that has a floppy drive. This kind of made some questions pop into my head.

    Thanks in advance for your help.

    GH
    Rodgers W5000 --- home (currently at church)
    Rodgers MX200 module --- home (currently at church)
    Kawai UST7 studio piano --- home

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    Originally posted by gebohmusic View Post
    When did digital organ makers (Allen, Rodgers, etc.) stop putting floppy drives in their organs?
    They didn't. Or so I think. To tell the truth, I cannot really talk about the others but a new Ahlborn organ comes by default with a floppy drive even today. You have to explicitly ask for a USB interface.

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