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Yamaha KX8
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Yamaha KX8

88-Key MIDI Keyboard from Yamaha .

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Yamaha KX8Published on 08/11/08 at 04:38
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
All specifications of this product are for offers on the site of https://www.yamahasynth.com here
https://www.yamahasynth.com/products/kx/specifications.html
The difference between the KX8 and other models in the range is mainly due to 88-key GHS Keyboard (Initial Touch) is the entry level version of Yamaha keyboards.
I only regret this lack of a keyboard connector for a 2nd foot pedal (volume for example) and several MIDI outputs (as was the case on the KX88) to better use the keyboard "live".

UTILIZATION

Touch is quite correct to use that I did (not piano) the keyboard equipped with the GS3 is of much better quality but a much higher price, but the touch is very correct.
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All specifications of this product are for offers on the site of https://www.yamahasynth.com here
https://www.yamahasynth.com/products/kx/specifications.html
The difference between the KX8 and other models in the range is mainly due to 88-key GHS Keyboard (Initial Touch) is the entry level version of Yamaha keyboards.
I only regret this lack of a keyboard connector for a 2nd foot pedal (volume for example) and several MIDI outputs (as was the case on the KX88) to better use the keyboard "live".

UTILIZATION

Touch is quite correct to use that I did (not piano) the keyboard equipped with the GS3 is of much better quality but a much higher price, but the touch is very correct.
The general configuration is quite simple, a slightly larger screen would have the advantage of limiting the number of menu and sub ​​menu.
MIDI channel selection is pretty easy, much easier than using Cubase 4 AI that comes with the KX8 and good interactivity between Hard and Soft (it would have been wise to give some guidance to buyers évnetuels for compatibility with earlier versions of Cubase (SX3 for example).
The manual is downloadable here http://www2.yamaha.co.jp/manual/pdf/emi/french/xg/kx_fr_om_b0.pdf
Drivers and other utilities are downloaded here
https://www.yamahasynth.com/download/kx.html

OVERALL OPINION

I have this keyboard for the past 2 weeks
I had a keyboard CME UF8 before buying the KX8 for HOnet I preferred the feel of the CME by CME against the drivers of UF8 are not updated for a while and compatibility with Vista 64bit or more generally seems up being the order of the day at CME which is a shame. I think there is little risk with Yamaha as the reliability and monitoring of products quality is good.
The value for money without me right parrait Yamaha could have provided the sustain pedal for the same price (this one must add 25 euros for this pedal).
I have already had a lot of material Yamaha (DX7, TG500, WX7, WX5) and I always appreciated the reliability of these products.
+ Plug and Play
Drivers + stable
+ MIDI implementation
+ Steering Sequencers (Cubase but .... and SONAR VST and VSTi some programs
+ Trèscorrect touch for the price
+ Quality Yamaha

- No sustain pedal
- No 2nd pedal input for another
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Yamaha KX8Published on 12/23/08 at 16:06
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I was looking for a versatile keyboard matre 88 notes as Pianist and 88 notes are not too many!!
For connectivity, a USB MIDI and two MIDI standard. Between a Jack to sustain pedals (not included). Possibility to connect although the sector for the KX alliment USB2.

UTILIZATION

The touch is not that great for everyday use computer music should be done all what I expected. Cot configuration, I know a little of the principle in case of Yamaha. But this is not rocket science and the manual is fairly complete. For the connection via PC or Mac, it's easy as insrer the installation CD and follow the guide. It CONTRL any type of recording software like Cubase, Sonar or Logic Pro.
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I was looking for a versatile keyboard matre 88 notes as Pianist and 88 notes are not too many!!
For connectivity, a USB MIDI and two MIDI standard. Between a Jack to sustain pedals (not included). Possibility to connect although the sector for the KX alliment USB2.

UTILIZATION

The touch is not that great for everyday use computer music should be done all what I expected. Cot configuration, I know a little of the principle in case of Yamaha. But this is not rocket science and the manual is fairly complete. For the connection via PC or Mac, it's easy as insrer the installation CD and follow the guide. It CONTRL any type of recording software like Cubase, Sonar or Logic Pro.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a week now and I am satisfied with TRS. Its surface and trs complte for 88 notes. Pitch, modulation, four potentiomtres paramtrables into two groups, a control panel SPECIFICATIONS Cubase (really convenient), and with one week of experience, really easy to use. I used a Roland FP2 (great touch but I got almost no CONTRL possible) and a ROLAND JUNO D (him a Controller can be used but super boring and four octaves). The report price is undeniably remarkable quality compared to other products I tried before I started. You can go there with closed eyes.
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Yamaha KX8Published on 02/18/09 at 04:20
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I was looking for a master keyboard, within a reasonable budget to get started (piano lessons and computer music)

UTILIZATION

- The touch without being a pianist I find it far from pleasant touch "synths" for my piano lessons should be fine.

- The implementation is simple, just put the CD-ROM to install the supplied drivers and Cubase (light version AI4)

- The manual in several languages ​​is well detailed

OVERALL OPINION

- I use it only for 3 weeks, that's good. ;)

- At the beginning I set a limit for the purchase of a € 400 master keyboard, I was aiming to touch a Fatar (300 in hand) but several friends have oriented / / to the keyboard . I am really happy today.

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I was looking for a master keyboard, within a reasonable budget to get started (piano lessons and computer music)

UTILIZATION

- The touch without being a pianist I find it far from pleasant touch "synths" for my piano lessons should be fine.

- The implementation is simple, just put the CD-ROM to install the supplied drivers and Cubase (light version AI4)

- The manual in several languages ​​is well detailed

OVERALL OPINION

- I use it only for 3 weeks, that's good. ;)

- At the beginning I set a limit for the purchase of a € 400 master keyboard, I was aiming to touch a Fatar (300 in hand) but several friends have oriented / / to the keyboard . I am really happy today.

- The final price (for one who has a computer) is relatively high, and very good keyboard is a portable 88-key but impressive;)

Thank you Yamaha
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Yamaha KX8Published on 10/16/09 at 17:24
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Weight for a heavy touch: less than 20 kg (that is rare enough to be ON LINE!) -> 15 kg

heavy touch (as a former user is not touching the yamaha crazy, but for the price, c qd mm top well. made the joke with a good sound: using Pianoteq j + truepiano simultaneously rpart ds space (balance + treatment phsing to grate the stro) + + ableton some minor treatments over)

MIDI: 1 out and 1 in

Sustain a connection (Yamaha Band stingy!)

1 USB for power and control CONTRL Cubase.

Is there a arpegiatteur Intgr ... basic but fun

UTILIZATION

Reaching for the top prize, not perfect (otherwise you need to type in Rolands .... 30 kg with a lot of zros in the price!)

Yet as hard on......
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Weight for a heavy touch: less than 20 kg (that is rare enough to be ON LINE!) -> 15 kg

heavy touch (as a former user is not touching the yamaha crazy, but for the price, c qd mm top well. made the joke with a good sound: using Pianoteq j + truepiano simultaneously rpart ds space (balance + treatment phsing to grate the stro) + + ableton some minor treatments over)

MIDI: 1 out and 1 in

Sustain a connection (Yamaha Band stingy!)

1 USB for power and control CONTRL Cubase.

Is there a arpegiatteur Intgr ... basic but fun

UTILIZATION

Reaching for the top prize, not perfect (otherwise you need to type in Rolands .... 30 kg with a lot of zros in the price!)

Yet as hard on this trs (23 years of piano, conservatory, classical, jazz, rock jou .... I just prs on everything that has the keys, is wood and mtal, qd c no carbon or ivory), well I was going ... frankly can play the keyboard and vari prcis and acdj standard .... and something pretty cool: you can change the pRSET VLOC of the hardware of a finger ... School yamaha!

Well as said above, if you want a touch of crazy ... is a real piano, a Roland RD RG JEnter or not ... so what

Jviens to have it, a good plugs and plays. Prvoir of drivers, mac mm. But at first point ngatif:'m forced to plug the usb + MIDI (so I took a USB 2) for a walk ... like the usb for power supply and MIDI for the CONTRL keyboard ... weird ... What would be so if the usb CONTRL nest for Cubase?

May be that there is another manipulation to ... follow.

Not yet read the manual ... which might explain something ;-)!

Another top: it is large ... while for transport, it is true that super annoying c ... but then it ask for his computer (laptop prcise I) and an MPD18 in order to have everything on hand .... live or stud ... well c just too convenient!

Then, solid matter ... ben the bottom of the wood is good compost .. but it is heavy ... but at least C + or - solid!

solid buttons and tapes PM: Yam jfais confidence ... exprience of these are the keyboards that take decades without flinching mm with a set heavy ... Just disassemble any time (1 every 5 years .. less) to maintain it: dpoussirer, see if he could nya no dchets of preventing the signal to pass (c VCU ...)

the buttons are enjoyable, mm if the whole is not top design (sober yamaha)

the trunk which includes all plastic is a little scary ... ct robustness but allows the mess to be transportable. Caution .. do not expect qd mm not take a hand like 88 or TMK my Keystation 88 es ... hand it is far, far away from the trs 27 kg from my old S80 or 30 kg of Rolands.

Otherwise bah c's all good.

less than 500 euros, while the touch is heavy and good prcis (c mm on the p85 parat it for the curious), some features (users of Steinberg ... c to you) and all that it is as basic Controller (4 assignable potentios pitchbd + wheel +) + weight below 5 (and jsuis nice!) 15 kg over all other keyboards heavy touch ...

Assurment the KX8 will be a hit, both in the homestudiste than in concert!

OVERALL OPINION

How long: 5:00

Have you tried bcp of other models: a yes!

Do again what you choose: YES! Finally, for now

Particularity: the mix: Price, touch heavy weight (my poor back), ergonomics (c qd mm top of any possible have on hand on the keyboard!)

Report qualitprix: Fatar VMK can be the 188 most? want! the ones I could not even try! Yeah but they are too heavy transport ....
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: KX8
  • Category: 88-Key MIDI Keyboards
  • Added in our database on: 07/04/2008

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