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6 years ago
I have an Emu B-3 rack module that just failed and have contacted Sweetwater regarding service. However, in looking inside the module, I notice that the B-3 sound chip is removable and looks like a standard ROM chip. Since The Proteus 2000 has several open chip slots for expansion ROM's, can I move the B-3 ROM into the Proteus 2000 module. I'm thinking it would be the same ROM as if you were buying a Proteus expansion B-3 ROM. If I can't get the B-3 module economically repaired, any issues I should be aware of in transferring the chip to the Proteus? and will it automatically recognize the ROM and make the sound available?
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