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Korg D16

Digital Multrack-studio from Korg .

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Korg D16Published on 01/19/04 at 15:00
I purchased this unit used for $1200 (Canadian) in December of 2000. You can find one now for substantially less of course.

This is a very easy recorder to use, although I was already used to the Korg format, as I previously owned a D8. The Touch View Screen is awesome, and the effects are decent. I also like the fact that I can throw it into a laptop bag and take it to do remote recording as well.

My dislikes are not major ones. No phantom power, but I have outboard preamps for condensor mics. Only being able to record 8 tracks with 24 bit mode is a drag, but this is a demo machine. If I want to do serious tracking, I'll use my pc recording setup, or go into another studio.

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I purchased this unit used for $1200 (Canadian) in December of 2000. You can find one now for substantially less of course.

This is a very easy recorder to use, although I was already used to the Korg format, as I previously owned a D8. The Touch View Screen is awesome, and the effects are decent. I also like the fact that I can throw it into a laptop bag and take it to do remote recording as well.

My dislikes are not major ones. No phantom power, but I have outboard preamps for condensor mics. Only being able to record 8 tracks with 24 bit mode is a drag, but this is a demo machine. If I want to do serious tracking, I'll use my pc recording setup, or go into another studio.

The constuction is decent, but not as solid as my d8 was - however, the d16 is lighter.

I would recommend this unit to anyone looking for a compact portable multi track. Just keep in mind that you'll need to get yourself an outboard cd burner, as well as some kind of mic pre if you plan to use condensor mics. Other than that, you can find this model used for great prices.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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Korg D16Published on 07/13/08 at 02:33
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Hello
I buy a Korg 16, but I have trouble finding an external drive scsi 25 pin walking with because in my opinion is depasser.surtout in Holland is not a evidant.avez you consielles give me, or there is there other solutions?
everything I found here is at least 50 pin
what should i do?
help me
alfred Quenum

USE

I think it's going

SONORITS

For a small machine ca takes the cost

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use ca do one month
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" A very robust material!"

Korg D16Published on 05/19/13 at 22:51
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characteristic: see previous review

UTILIZATION

Contrary to what is written down, it is possible to save those with different levels of listening. Simply through the CUE. In fact, the use via the touch screen is so intuitive that we forget to look at the user manual (me first ...).

In addition, the SPDIF output (digital output) can connect to the USB port of a computer via Edirol UA1EX interface type! Very practical.

SOUNDS

The adjustment range of input levels can connect microphones to keyboard outputs.

An entry-level instrument 'used to connect a guitar directly ie without using a DI box. It makes life easier!

OVERALL OPINION

As all users of D16, I particularly......
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characteristic: see previous review

UTILIZATION

Contrary to what is written down, it is possible to save those with different levels of listening. Simply through the CUE. In fact, the use via the touch screen is so intuitive that we forget to look at the user manual (me first ...).

In addition, the SPDIF output (digital output) can connect to the USB port of a computer via Edirol UA1EX interface type! Very practical.

SOUNDS

The adjustment range of input levels can connect microphones to keyboard outputs.

An entry-level instrument 'used to connect a guitar directly ie without using a DI box. It makes life easier!

OVERALL OPINION

As all users of D16, I particularly appreciate its compactness and its ridiculous weight.
Its touch screen is really great to use. It is really very quickly during handling (no need to ask "so I have to press any key,? Oh well I'll highlight the user manual ...").
And last but not least, the D16 is super strong and super reliable! In the space of 10 years, no crashes, no crash, no degradation potentiometers or connectors! Recent product design should take a leaf ...
Come on, I put 9 because I'd like more input (16).
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Korg D16Published on 04/30/04 at 23:32
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Trs connector complte DD 4.3 GB on my version. Rcentes versions support backups to CD / CDRW. The inconvnient is that you have a SCSI drive in, was no longer runs the streets ...
Sampling 24 bits / 8 tracks 16 tracks bits/16

UTILIZATION

Outstanding ergonomics, the interface is intuitive trs I was a little afraid of the touch screen
Manuel trs full, you must get the updates on the site KORG, as well as the operating system (the version V3.01 is the latest issue I think)

SOUNDS

The sound is dynamic and transparent appointment of good quality
the effects are of good quality Intgr

OVERALL OPINION

Note: My opinion should be relativas as the only such device I had in my......
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Trs connector complte DD 4.3 GB on my version. Rcentes versions support backups to CD / CDRW. The inconvnient is that you have a SCSI drive in, was no longer runs the streets ...
Sampling 24 bits / 8 tracks 16 tracks bits/16

UTILIZATION

Outstanding ergonomics, the interface is intuitive trs I was a little afraid of the touch screen
Manuel trs full, you must get the updates on the site KORG, as well as the operating system (the version V3.01 is the latest issue I think)

SOUNDS

The sound is dynamic and transparent appointment of good quality
the effects are of good quality Intgr

OVERALL OPINION

Note: My opinion should be relativas as the only such device I had in my possession
I have 4 years and I am satisfied with TRS. Trs reliable device not a failure after all this time, and I'm not a user friendly ... trs bought on sale in December 2000 1000 euros, I do not really regret my investment
Its compactness is remarkable, the sound is of good quality trs trs-friendly interface
Point (s) ngatif (s): the etching rate on the external drive is limited to 4x (SCSI) is a long time to backup and engravings of the Master if all these devices share the audio editing on screens of this size is not comfortable, but it is not a reproach to D16 SPECIFICATIONS. I know one day I'll have to pass an all PC, but I'm not specially press. With my old ATARI MIDI squenceur in both the consensus as thick as thieves ...
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  • Manufacturer: Korg
  • Model: D16
  • Category: Digital Multrack-studios
  • Added in our database on: 11/03/2002

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