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The year is 1998 and it's a big year for Computer History. Becomes a company in September, the first mp3 player, the saehan MP man is released in Japan, and Windows 98 is released to the public. USB 1.1 becomes a standard and the original iMac is released. The iMac features fast specifications and is easy to use. The iMac ditches prior serial port standards and uses the USB 1.1 standard. The roland IDI sound canvas SC 8850 is the first sound module to support USB. The SC 8850 is a specialized side grade aimed at desktop users. The SC 8850 boasts many new features and changes. In today's video, we will take a detailed look at the 8850. The 8850 features 64 channel poly 10 Browdy, 1,640 instrument patches, 64 drum kits, and 64 fully customizable insertion effects. It also has 8 types of reverb, 10 types of delay, and stereo audio output at 24-bit 32 kilohertz / RCA. The 8850 has a radically different look compared to other sound canvas models. It features a silver front panel and a light metallic gray side. The buttons are colored in black and gray, giving it a brighter aesthetic. Turning to the back, there are various ports for connectivity, including MIDI ports and a USB port. The USB port uses a USB type B connector. Opening up the SC 8850, we can see the important components inside. There are ribbon cables blocking the view slightly, but we can still see what's important.