Found one file extension association related to Emax II and 1 file format developed specifically for use with Emax II.
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Emax II was originally released as a 1Mb mono 16 bit sampler. That was quickly changed to 2Mb and stereo. Most early models were retrofitted to stereo, but there are still some mono units out there. Though it's maximum sample rate is only 39kHz it does have the ability to playback samples created at 44.1kHz. The Emax II filters are not analog, they are digital. But, unlike the Emax with it's fixed 512k of memory the Emax II could be expanded from 1Mb-8Mb though to go beyond 2Mb required the addition of a daughterboard. For more information on Memory Upgrades view the Repair/Upgrade section. The Emax II also had (at the time) a more robust SCSI implementation which meant it was compatible with more peripherals such as Syquest removable media, MO drives, CD-Rom drives and a variety of hard drives. It's maximum partition size is 540Mb.
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Emax II works with the following file extensions:
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Emax II default file extension associations
Comparison table of actions that Emax II can perform with its associated file type beta
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