Roland PC-200 MkII
Roland PC-200 MkII
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Average Score:4.6( 4.6/5 based on 4 reviews )
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Value For Money:Excellent
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M'sieur SIMON05/14/2014

M'sieur SIMON's review(This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good for this price"

Roland PC-200 MkII
What I decided to take the hit is very light
Work cell or alim


Touched very nice, as said above

No need to record
Simple Config '


I've had it about 7 months, and this is my first keyboard. Not having much requirement for a master keyboard, it suits me perfectly.

The +: VERY light touch

The -: pitch bend and modulation wheel are one: the pitch in horizontal and vertical modulation. The modulation is very limited movement

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

Roland PC-200 MkII
Trs easy to use, robust, midi out, pedal connection .....
What motivated me is that it works with batteries and g as a laptop has made me serious since the computer is not sollicit for voltage.


All I say is not that the bcp touch is better than the MK series and the new series chez'evolution pc-PCR edirol (so apparently it's the same box, and edirol roland) Finally the keyboard is no longer distributed when it is nikel, what a shame for seeking a MIDI keyboard simple and inexpensive, yet occasionally a solution ....


I use it for 5 years and prior to my c'tait pater, when I say qu'c'est robust ....
Jazzy Stuff01/27/2004

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

Roland PC-200 MkII
It's a keyboard that a priori seemed very well suited for my use: it is simple. Is not full of buttons that serve no purpose (as on other models).
Quite handy because it has 4 octaves with the possibility to easily change octave + or more severe acute.
A controller for pitch bend and modulation very practical.


The touch is quite enjoyable.
But unfortunately it is not reliable. Maybe my case is an exception, but two of my buttons have lost control of it rather boring and VLOC. Because of this, it is not really "playable", it is very debilitating in fact.


I use it for 4 years. I have a hard Arelle "play" above. But for MIDI control, it is very convenient.
This is the first keyboard that I and only I tried.
The report qualitprix is ​​my very good time.
I do not repeat this choice because it is not robust enough to withstand a live performance and it is not controllable enough for real MIDI control. Acqurir I think, soon, a comfortable keyboard for real live game and a true double MIDI CONTROLLER Retailer.
But I think anyway it is ideal for beginners and semi-amateurs.

bidule-truc's review(This content has been automatically translated from French)

Roland PC-200 MkII
Small keyboard master 4 octaves trs single outlet twelve one out between a sustain pedal


To program synths or batteries there is more than enough
easy to use and compact, perfect for a keyboard and mouse get the PC to the monitor.
better even when not having too large fingers the buttons are large trs


has over 10 years I used almost every day (not down)