The MAV-8 was a 4×8 channel patchbay used in a MIDI set-up as a 19″ rack device. Each of its 8 outputs could be linked to any of its 4 inputs. With 3 MIDI inputs and 7 outputs on the rear panel, it was a flexible and inexpensive tool that helped MIDI musicians facilitate the growing array of MIDI instruments and devices availabe for the modern studio of its day. Kawai no longer produces MIDI accessories, but is best known today for its world-class range of grand pianos, upright pianos, digital pianos, hybrid pianos and professional stage pianos. Explore the wondrous musical world of Kawai.
The MAV-8 was a 4x8 channel patchbay that was used as a 10" rack device. It had 3 MIDI inputs and 7 outputs. Kawai has ceased production of MIDI-related accessories, but continues to produce some of the most respected acoustic, digital and hybrid pianos in the world.