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M-Audio Oxygen 8 v2
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M-Audio Oxygen 8 v2

25-Key MIDI Keyboard de la marque M-Audio appartenant à la série Oxygen

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johnraejohnrae

Meh controller, wouldn't recommend

M-Audio Oxygen 8 v2Published on 05/13/12 at 22:42
I borrowed this off a friend who bought it for about 163 bucks off ebay. It is a basic 25 key MIDI keyboard with 8 Knobs A pitch bend and modulation wheel and some other various buttons. This is a pretty average Midi keyboard, nothing special at all, velocity sensitive non weighted keys, USB connection with a MIDI out a 1/4" sustain pedal jack. There's really nothing special here, it works fine and performs well, but there isn't much use in a 25 key keyboard. I would recommend it if you can get it at a cut rate, but otherwise, meh. I'd say its worth it to save up and get something like the Axiom 25, 48 or 64.

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Setup was plug in, select keyboard in preferences and play....…
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I borrowed this off a friend who bought it for about 163 bucks off ebay. It is a basic 25 key MIDI keyboard with 8 Knobs A pitch bend and modulation wheel and some other various buttons. This is a pretty average Midi keyboard, nothing special at all, velocity sensitive non weighted keys, USB connection with a MIDI out a 1/4" sustain pedal jack. There's really nothing special here, it works fine and performs well, but there isn't much use in a 25 key keyboard. I would recommend it if you can get it at a cut rate, but otherwise, meh. I'd say its worth it to save up and get something like the Axiom 25, 48 or 64.

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Setup was plug in, select keyboard in preferences and play. Nothing special, everything worked as it should. Operation of the keyboard is real simple, and everything works the way you'd think it would. There's nothing wrong with this keyboard, and nothing special. It's an ok entry level keyboard, but certainly not the best by any means. I'd save my money though.


OVERALL OPINION

I'm very impartial to this keyboard, as it's nothing special in any way. The keys aren't that great, and would be better if they were weighted. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone, I'd say shell out a little more for the Axiom series, as it's well worth it. I do like the simplicity and the plug n playability of it though, and it works for small purposes I.E. a bass controller. It's hard to do much with only 25 keys other than audition sounds. It's pretty durable, dropped it a few times, no damage done, but it doesn't stay in place too well on the desktop. It's kinda cheap and flimsy. It's just not worth the cash when you could get something better.
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djgeldjgel

M-Audio Oxygen 8 v2Published on 02/21/06 at 23:22
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I does not motivate the large number of octave
and USB connection

UTILIZATION

For my first keyboard I find super nice touch
It is very suitable for my home studio and mobile utlisation
the manual is very small and there is nothing is nothing (lol)!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 weeks
I have a lot of the little knob for the sound rgler
I have a lot left rflechit and take a more expensive brand I have prfr the quality M-Audio
qualitprix the report is on the march mieu!
With the experience that I would do is worry-free choice!
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JonMindfoodJonMindfood

M-Audio Oxygen 8 v2Published on 06/10/06 at 03:31
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- What technical specifications motivated your choice?
Its small size, the fact that the connection is done via USB and the fact he does as well as MIDI keyboard MIDI controller (I needed a little knobs that can be assigned to grate in real time fruity loops).

- What connector (MIDI pedals ...)?...
Taken to sustain pedals
MIDI Out
USB 1.1 port (type B)
Powered via USB or optional power supply

UTILIZATION

- The touch keyboard is it enjoyable? Should you use?
It is enjoyable and trs suited my use (production and use in fruity loops in my live dj sets).

- The configuration gnrale Is it easy?
Trs simple, just connect and put the installation CD!

- The select MIDI...…
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- What technical specifications motivated your choice?
Its small size, the fact that the connection is done via USB and the fact he does as well as MIDI keyboard MIDI controller (I needed a little knobs that can be assigned to grate in real time fruity loops).

- What connector (MIDI pedals ...)?...
Taken to sustain pedals
MIDI Out
USB 1.1 port (type B)
Powered via USB or optional power supply

UTILIZATION

- The touch keyboard is it enjoyable? Should you use?
It is enjoyable and trs suited my use (production and use in fruity loops in my live dj sets).

- The configuration gnrale Is it easy?
Trs simple, just connect and put the installation CD!

- The select MIDI channels, patches is easy?
Yes

- The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
Trs little manual that is not used much elsewhere ...

OVERALL OPINION

- How long have you use it?
1 month

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
The best: small, cheap and well made.
Minimum: ...

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
No! This is my first keyboard / MIDI controller.

- How do you report qualitprix?
Trs good.

- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
Without hsiter!
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DjlectrixDjlectrix

M-Audio Oxygen 8 v2Published on 07/12/06 at 16:12
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- What characteristics have motivated your choice?
. Price
. not too big
. USB MIDI Control and midi out.
. also the fact that it is easy to carry for example a live act!

- What connector (MIDI pedals ...)?...
. USB connection, MIDI out, and even for a pedal!

UTILIZATION

- The touch keyboard is it fun? Should your use?
Yes it is nice and suits me. although the keys are a bit high but its going ..

- The general configuration is it simple?
have very simple connect the usb have download the latest driver on the site of m-audio
install it and not even need to restart the computer and it is already functional.

- The selection of MIDI channels, patches is easy?
...…
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- What characteristics have motivated your choice?
. Price
. not too big
. USB MIDI Control and midi out.
. also the fact that it is easy to carry for example a live act!

- What connector (MIDI pedals ...)?...
. USB connection, MIDI out, and even for a pedal!

UTILIZATION

- The touch keyboard is it fun? Should your use?
Yes it is nice and suits me. although the keys are a bit high but its going ..

- The general configuration is it simple?
have very simple connect the usb have download the latest driver on the site of m-audio
install it and not even need to restart the computer and it is already functional.

- The selection of MIDI channels, patches is easy?
yes it is simple .. Assé

- The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
not really need to download the English manual on the site of m-audio and does not contain everything that would have to know but that's okay even when

OVERALL OPINION

- How long have you use it?
. this is not too long ago .. a few days but I had time to test all

- What is so special that you like most and least?
what I like the Oxygen 8 V2 the new control "playback" the pots
are pleasant to the touch ..

I love pe moin only the keys are too high.

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
And Edirol EMU.

- How would you rate the quality / price?
Assé is good for a nice kind of apareille .. that's all MIDI control!.

- With experience, you do again this choice? ...
actually ... the only regret I have proposed a pe of 49keys such as oxygen 49 which is identical except that the 49 keys, but I will;)
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  • Manufacturer: M-Audio
  • Model: Oxygen 8 v2
  • Series: Oxygen
  • Category: 25-Key MIDI Keyboards
  • Added in our database on: 02/02/2006

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Other names: oxygen 8 v2, oxygen8v2, oxygen 8 v 2, oxygen8 v2, oxygen 8v2

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