Hypersynth has introduced the Hcard series, a new line of multibank memory cards that give your Yamaha DX-7, DX-7-II or Roland D-50 synthesizer up to 100 new memory banks for storing patches.
In a nutshell, the cards fit in y0ur synth’s existing memory card slot, but instead of adding one bank of memory, they add up to 100 memory banks.
- Available in three models:
- Hcard-701 for Yamaha DX7 MKI – Memory size: Up to 100 banks (3200 presets).
- Hcard-702 for Yamaha DX7-II/FD – Memory size: Up to 100 banks (6400 presets).
- Hcard-750 for Roland D-50 – Memory size: Up to 64 banks (6400 presets).
- Instant access to different banks using touch buttons.
- Two digits bank indicator display.
- No need for battery.
- Hidden “Memory Protect” option.
- Pre-programmed sound-banks.
- External display support.
External LCD Display Option
In addition to the memory expansion cards, Hypersynth has announced plans for an optional add-on display, to make it easier to browse big patch libraries.
Hcards are equipped with a micro USB port for connecting to an external display, called “H-Display”. H-Display automatically reads the current bank, previews all presets names and highlights the active preset.
The H-Display is currently under development, but will be compatible with current Hcards.
Pricing and Availability
The Hcards are available now, with these prices:
- Hcard-701: €91 / $104 USD
- Hcard-702: €91 / $104 USD
- Hcard-750: €95 / $109 USD