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Average Score:2.4( 2.4/5 based on 8 reviews )
 4 reviews50 %
 2 reviews25 %
 1 user review13 %
Value For Money : Excellent
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Le Garage Studio10/25/2013

Le Garage Studio's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Not a big thing but ..."

USB keyboard, blah blah blah.


See below.


While this is far from being THE key of your life. I used the configuration for nomadic and sedentary, I can say that it is clearly unbreakable. Even abused at will. It is basically indestructible. He even used to play table tennis, racquet as replacement ... Like what is a Swiss Army knife.

Adrien_mix_you's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" not bad"

Master Keyboard MIDI / USB choice, apparently possibility to connect a pedal


nice touch? What touch?
This is a keyboard touch "dynamic" type soft touch anything in fact, synth

Very simple configuration in any case, one branch and strums.

The + and - buttons allow you to easily move up or down octaves.
a joystick for pitch .. not very useful how this is done I say ...


It's been a few years since I have.
I am satisfied it has served me well.
a little feverish even if I say, at the present time two keys work very badly.

With experience I will buy something more expensive and stronger I think (although I still have before me, I still use it)

lemarquis01's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" very good"

Indeed this is a very good master keyboard with a very funny thing is that the last good Joystik I used to drive my slim phatty


touch is not too bad neither too hard nor too soft


I dert environt since two months and frankly it is nothing to say

FredRx.Daniel's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" CME M-Key Version 2"

I wanted a simple keyboard to use it sometimes in my master keyboard for MIDI master keyboard and sometimes expendeurs USB on my computer. He had to be compact but with at least 4 octaves!
My choice is therefore focused on this keyboard for my needs and price.
The USB connectors are present, a MIDI OUT, two pedal inputs (jack format 3.25 and a price feed.


The feel is rather soft and the buttons are plastic with thick (how long it'll take a fart without key!). They are "Plock, Plock" every time we support it. Anyway, just to save midi my ideas on the fly.
The manual is in English in May there was not really much to understand it ... you press the "SHIFT" and then click a button corresponding to the setting you want.
Simple design and use.


A week ago that I use.
Let's be honest, for 75 € should expect a quality from 75 €! The keyboard does not break bricks. Robustness is how to say ... at 75 €!
It looks like a playing.
To conclude, it is not great control pad but it is very suitable for use as I have.
but I 6 / 10 because not exaggerate: it is 75 €! (Heu. .. I have not already say that?)

rootsgora's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" plastok"

49-key USB MIDI keyboard.
I needed a simple keyboard controller for Reason.
What motivates me is unfortunately the price.


The touch keyboard is it nice?
The feel is stiff and the keys beaucoup.Paar slamming against the velocity is well controlled.
Unnecessary manual
Very simple setup, you connect, play


* For how long have you been using it?
For 1 year and a half
What thing do you like most/least about it?
Most is the simplicity of use
The least
is not solid tout.Au after 6 months the keys to change octave does not work anymore or the shift key to change the parameters prmettait by associating it with the keyboard.
Result * I can not change any parameter or octave keyboard is pretty compelling
What is your opinion about the value for the price?
Low price, low quality
Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?
No, I would take out a few dollars more for a keyboard less gadget

motionless's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

What characteristics have motivated your choice?

The super small size, price, simplicity (I have all the controllers I need on other devices, I just looking for a keyboard


The touch keyboard is it nice? Should your use?

Not at all pleasant, it's all cheap plastic super light, I never said that the keys are semi weighted if I had not read elsewhere.
I would add that the keyboard is super loud, I often working at night with headphones I could just wake up the family with the sound of slamming keys, which is rather ridiculous ...

If so, any configuration con, but simple manual in English only (buy from Thomann, maybe it plays?)


Save a little more, it's a toy.

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

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Use for a little over a year but not like crazy not (say one or two hours per week).

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L.M.S.A's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

* 49-key semi-weighted velocity-sensitive
* A programmable joystick
* A function button
* 2-button data entry
* 1 assignable slider
* One USB port, a MIDI
* 2 pedal connections
* Universal pedal connector to connect both an expression pedal with a switch
* Possible to upgrade firmware via USB
* Functions accessible via the keyboard
* Comes with a CD-ROM "Music Pack" including Magix Samplitude SE, Arturia Analog Factory SE, Waldorf Edition LE, TruePiano demo, Keytosound Remedy VST and Musicator MW5 UF Edition.

Very little button (and a fader joystisck a) No because I have no need for knobs just a keyboard.
I chose this keyboard because I needed a midi out (that have not KeyRig n), large keys and a pleasant feel.


* First caveat: no transformer and instruction is in English.
Fortunately the USB power supply in sufficient ad unlike other controllers that I've had in my possession because I m not used to the controller plug ins, but the hardware.
* Touch is nice, of course we are very far from that of a piano but much better than some keyboards that are much more expensive (microKONTROL).

* The installation is simple architecture and the manual is almost Obselete. For users of soft, my ibook the recognized directly without installing any drivers.
* Among the bundled software, only one (the arturia analogue) is compactible mac. He is the lite version like the others but it is quite fun.


C is a first notice is hot, I m has been used for one day only.
C is a keyboard very refined but what I wanted: privligier touch and Keys to the detriment of controls via knobs, faders and other for a small fee (80 €)


after one month I j + button which data kidding, I'm afraid on this keyboard longevitéde