I bumped down the condition because I re-evaluated the units cosmetic appearance and decided "Good" was the right level because of the small ding  and the surface scratches on the tops of the unit. It does work flawlessly, I've backed it up to my MacBook and edited the sounds. 
The Yamaha  TX7 is essentially a desktop form of Yamaha's DX7 FM synthesizer. If you have another keyboard you can link the TX7 to it with MIDI cables and use it as a separate sound source that is triggered by playing the connected keyboard. It's a 1980's vintage, and was used on recordings by Genesis, Human League and the producers behind the Spice Girls. You can work out patches that sound like 80s Synth Pop or you can drive this with MIDI and get the original sound. The non-rack-mountable

Basically, the TX7 is a DX7 without the keyboard. A TX7 can turn a DX7 into a super dual tone generator FM keyboard and is also an ideal tone generator for use with digital MIDI sequencer. There are a couple of programs that you can use to edit the patches on the TX7. FM-Alive () and Dexed (Originally there was a software called Unisyn that could be used to edit the parameters of the TX7, now there are more).

There are people who've had lots of experience with the TX-7 which they describe online. This unit has a couple of small dings and some scratches, but works without issues and apparently has all functions as described in the owners manual. I say apparently because I don't have an adapter to test the data backup to cassette operation, but I have tested the other MIDI and audio functions and they are all working. The picture of the unit on the keyboard is there to show it's size compared to the keyboard. 

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Listed3 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
Brand
Model
  • TX7 FM Expander
Finish
  • Black
Categories
Year
  • 1985
Made In
  • Japan

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