Roland PC-300 USB
Roland PC-300 USB

PC-300 USB, 49-Key MIDI Keyboard from Roland in the PC series.

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bloodsugar 05/13/2003

Roland PC-300 USB : bloodsugar's user review


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- Keyboard 12:49 softkeys. Pitch wheel and modulation. Buttons octave up / down, one controller type 'slide' assignable (aftertouch, volume, etc ...)
- Connectors: midi out interface via a standard jack or USB dyn (in the case of USB, no need for the power supply, included). Taken to sustain pedals (not included)
- WARNING: This keyboard does not have knobs possde assige


The feel is expected of a small keypad this price (less than 200 Euros).
It is therefore necessary as keyboard input is labor's PC. To play, it's a fair bit, but it does.

The config gnrale and rglages (midi channels, etc.) are simplicity itself.
No manual, but there is no need.


I've had two weeks (I know it's a bit just to give an opinion)

(+) The USB (which allows you to add a MIDI keyboard in config without buying a "Merger")
(+) The lgret and simplicity of the keyboard (it emne everywhere, and it installs in 30 seconds)

(-) The quality of manufacture or plutt the matrial. Let me explain: The keyboard is nicely finished, well assembled, but for this price (keyboard only, no knob) I hope an aluminum frame (just as lightweight but stronger).
(-) The modulation wheel is slow in rising and redscend zero ds is released a little ... level expression of the game is not the top (I'm not talking about the touch, it is agreed)
I do it again this choice because in these prices, it's still the one with the most sober look and is cheap at the least touch. For cons I think this keyboard (like the others) are too expensive for manufacturing matrial (these are toys). O On the note.

CAUTION: If you do not need a USB connection, the PC180 buy plutt (40 Euros less, the keyboard is exactly the same)