Roland PC-300 USB
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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

UTILIZATION

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.

OVERALL OPINION

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)