The K250 is a synthesizer and early 16-bit sampler workstation. It can record at sample rates from 5 kHz (100 seconds) to 50 kHz (10 seconds). It has a 12-track sequencer and is one of the first synthesizers based on samples in wave ROM.
It was developed as a collaboration between Ray Kurzweil and Stevie Wonder.
Year Released: 1984
Keyboard: 88 keys with velocity
Polyphony: 12 notes
User Patches: 341
ROM: 96 instruments
Sequencer Memory: 12,000 notes
Weight: 95 lbs.