I am old school and like the old vintage synthesizers and midi controllers. I came across the MK-300 years ago and bought it, to be used with the Muse Research Receptor and was pleased with them until my Receptor couldn't work with my pc and sold the Receptor but kept the MKB, to be sold later with some sound modules.
After having several modern midi keyboards, i was fed up and searched for the MKB-300 and found one and its now my ultimate keyboard. It has 4 midi outputs, so you can connect as much midi devices as you like.
But the most important thing is that the keys feel like a piano but don't play like that.
The first time i had one is 7 years ago.
Right now it is not set up because renovation in the neighborhood is going to take place and i don't want it to be damaged.
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froggy54's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
MIDI keyboard sound like a tank, excellent touch and works well for a piano scne. At the touch and strong nothing to do with the pseudo piano keyboards CONTRL type M-Audio 88!
1 MIDI In, 1 MIDI Through and four outputs (yes 4!)
Transpose time with a slider ddibr rl /> SETTING THE keyboard dynamics
CONTRL banks of eight patches with 16 buttons!
Dual mode, split, hope configurable zone on 16 MIDI channels
5 jacks for pedals!
In short, perfect for scne to drive or racks of synths scne even if fewer features than the modern Controller.
Excellent touch heavyweight expressive piano synth fast but acceptable.
There are so many buttons that DDIS is extremely simple to use without manual
No menus with sub menus and inaccessible endless!
We play is good and everything is accessible IMMEDIATE live!
Only default: large and quite heavy but the price of solid!
7 years since I use it! indestructible! and 4 MIDI output is perfect for CONTRL Midi bay racks without expensive!
I found the 1000 version (88 notes) Used so I jumped on it!
On occasion between $ 300 and $ 600, unbeatable for a touch of quality piano!