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    Vintage Soviet toy analog synthesizer "PIF"

    I am offering for sale this vintage Soviet analog synthesizer.
    Device is rare.
    In EXCELLENT working condition!

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    Audio Demos:

    http://www.stelsi.com/add/Pif%20Demo%20Track.mp3
    6 min. track to demonstrate the sound of PIF synth. All the synthesized sounds (except drumloops) where produced on PIF synth, using software sequencer & its standart vst effects - reverb/delay/flanger/phaser.

    http://www.stelsi.com/add/Pif%20Sounds%20Demo%2001.mp3
    http://www.stelsi.com/add/Pif%20Sounds%20Demo%2002.mp3

    EBAY LINK:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/320922277559


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    New item for sale!

    Vintage Soviet toy analog synthesizer "PIF"


    I am offering for sale this vintage Soviet analog synthesizer.
    Device is rare.

    In EXCELLENT working condition!




    Audio Demos:


    http://www.stelsi.com/add/Pif%20Demo%20Track.mp3
    6 min. track to demonstrate the sound of PIF synth. All the synthesized sounds (except drumloops) where produced on PIF synth, using software sequencer & its standart vst effects - reverb/delay/flanger/phaser.


    http://www.stelsi.com/add/Pif%20Sounds%20Demo%2001.mp3
    http://www.stelsi.com/add/Pif%20Sounds%20Demo%2002.mp3


    EBAY LINK:


    http://www.ebay.com/itm/320935314813
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    All I can say is thats one raunchy synth, love the sound.

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    Dang! I can't believe that I missed that. I would have totally bought it, too.
    Now I have to find a "PIF" somewhere...

    (You all think I'm joking...)

    GJ

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    Guys here is a new one up for sale!

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/321042444272
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    Alex, tell me a few things about yourself and "PIF"--

    *You're not messing with me, right? Are you sitting on a factory full of old PIF's, or are you posting a picture of the same unit over and over (that no longer exists)? You wouldn't do that, would you Alex?

    *When you say "socket adaptors," what does that mean? Will this item run on US 110-120 volts? Also-- Will it run on batteries, and if so, what kind?

    *It looks like there are no outputs on the PIF; are there (and what kind are they), or do you have to put a microphone on the speaker to record it?

    *How will you pack this to ensure its safe arrival?

    If this is legit, boychick, I'm all over it like (insert your own metaphor here)...

    And if it's as rockin' a synth as it sounds, and you've got a bunch of them, I'd do my best to help you sell them all!

    GJ

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    Hi GJ

    *I got a bunch of this PIFs out of so called "new old stock". Of course the quantity is limited (some 8-9 already)... About - the picture: they all look 100% alike that is why i dont change picture....

    *"Socket adapters" mean that i include a self-made adapters for power & for audio. For power this would be an adapter with standard DC coaxial socket (as common 9 volts power adaptors)
    http://www.robot-italy.com/media/cat...1/310007_4.jpg
    It has slot for batteries, but the battery type is very very rare (R14 type). So it is much more better to plug a power adapter....

    *The PIF got an audio output (5Din). I also include a "5din to 1/4TRS socket" adapter...

    *The device goes with a carton box in which i do "bubble wrap" + foam rubber padding e.t.c.... Works excellent - no fails at all!


    NEW ONE UP FOR SALE!

    Soviet Vintage Analog Synthesizer "PIF" USSR Synth Russian Keyboard Piano RARE | eBay
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    holy ****ing awesome!

    very cool

    i'm trying to convince my wife we're bad parents if we don't buy the toddler one for his birthday
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