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  • Very interesting.

    Roland JV-2080Published on 02/18/12 at 10:23
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    64 voice polyphony, multitimbral 16 shares, EFX chorus + reverb + EFX including 3 separate and can be controlled performance! 8 card slots SRJV.
    Edition comprehensive and easy with the screen!

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use overall, editing is done easily if one has some basis.

    SOUNDS

    As is often said, is a generalist expander, okay! when reviewing all the sounds, my first feeling was not very enthusiastic (as the Motif ES). It sounds muffled (especially compared to JD990), two / three little things nice and that's it! but .......
    Do not rely on first impressions, as is often the presets in this kind of Bécanne do not always reveal the full potential. A closer listen Lots of......
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    64 voice polyphony, multitimbral 16 shares, EFX chorus + reverb + EFX including 3 separate and can be controlled performance! 8 card slots SRJV.
    Edition comprehensive and easy with the screen!

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use overall, editing is done easily if one has some basis.

    SOUNDS

    As is often said, is a generalist expander, okay! when reviewing all the sounds, my first feeling was not very enthusiastic (as the Motif ES). It sounds muffled (especially compared to JD990), two / three little things nice and that's it! but .......
    Do not rely on first impressions, as is often the presets in this kind of Bécanne do not always reveal the full potential. A closer listen Lots of banks of all sounds, I spotted some very interresting, the strokes, I am served as the basis for reworking the sounds and determine them together, the potential of synthesis.
    My JV has maps Tekno, Asia, Pop and soon FX, and we must admit that Roland has played the hits, in the sense that customizing a JV will be based on maps that are associated, and then things get evidence.
    The example is to just modify PCM originally intended to sound, for those of SRJV! transpose certain groups of effects from one patch to an other with some minor ...
    In recent weeks I program on the JV, and although I must say that I managed to fine things, sounds alive and expressive!
    The engine 32KHz often compared to that of JD990, is still accommodates some type of sound, with some advantages, I think the challenge is against this carrer-"default" in quality, and this is achieved.
    Having also the JD990, at filter it seems a bit more powerful than that of JV2080, but it excellent to LFO, or quasiement is enabled.
    The sound editing is very similar on both machines, the appointment is effective in both cases but each in his field knew I can say. I did not even attempt to reproduce sounds programmed on my JD990 to compare the JV, it has no interest, however you have to play on the combination of both, then this is good!

    OVERALL OPINION

    To be honest I have not bought this expander for piano sounds, there are a lot better for that, but for lush pads, fx, the synthesizers, and although there is room. SRJV cards are crucial, internal pcm represent a minimum it must quickly improve even though their presence is still needed to refine a patch. This expander will suffice to himself? I'm not sure, but surrounded by other modules / synths, it will be remarkable!
    Avoid plug and play with this kind of instrument, is not really rewarding for both the musician and the expander has to be input!

    I almost bought this on a JV head shots, it beautifully complements my JD900 among others, its polyphony allows trouble-free patch to the four tones, and the performance mode with three separate EFX keeps its patches with their effects.
    Contrary to that is sometimes said, the JV2080 sounds very good if properly programmed.
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  • Roland JV-2080Published on 01/28/03 at 08:29
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    MODEL Rack
    5 banks of sounds (750 sounds about) buying banks stretch 13 (8 option cards)
    edition of the samples with the notch is phnomnale trs friendly and well structured. Standard effects Reverb, Chorus + over 40 adjustable effects.
    You can also edit with software changeit tlchargeable on the Internet.
    Connection: Midi Obviously - 3x2 outputs (6.35 Jack: normal exit with effect + 2 outputs without application impact))

    UTILIZATION

    Take a little time to learn dpart use the bte but then once you understand the architecture of the functions, the machine is simple to use rvle trs both on the config gnrale edition of sounds and effects.
    Manual in French well.
    The MIDI is......
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    MODEL Rack
    5 banks of sounds (750 sounds about) buying banks stretch 13 (8 option cards)
    edition of the samples with the notch is phnomnale trs friendly and well structured. Standard effects Reverb, Chorus + over 40 adjustable effects.
    You can also edit with software changeit tlchargeable on the Internet.
    Connection: Midi Obviously - 3x2 outputs (6.35 Jack: normal exit with effect + 2 outputs without application impact))

    UTILIZATION

    Take a little time to learn dpart use the bte but then once you understand the architecture of the functions, the machine is simple to use rvle trs both on the config gnrale edition of sounds and effects.
    Manual in French well.
    The MIDI is part paramtrage trs trs complte but technical (specialist in targets)

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are Manir gnrale poustouflant of ism
    The variety of sounds on offer in the five original banks can meet a lot of music styles
    The many effects are powerful and trs Varis.
    among the best sounds: acoustic piano, electric piano, organ 70s.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been three years since I use the machine.
    its main qualities: sound quality, user-friendly edition, scalability banks
    default: the price lev cards extensions
    report quality. satisfactory price
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  • Roland JV-2080Published on 09/18/04 at 02:47
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    Many sounds, especially in mine since 8 cards extensions JV SR80 sounds are installed. (8 max)
    sounds via MIDI editable by lociciel .. but not yet test ..
    that a midi output to contrairemnt XV5080, shame .. not have any USB al epoque ..

    UTILIZATION

    The edition is quite intuitive once memorably that on the pages
    is the sound even without the effect of insert, because the patch of four elements composs max
    No I have no manual, I have download the XP80, the common section are identical
    I n ais not yet understand the effects of assigning coment insert (routing)

    SOUNDS

    The acoustics are depasss are a little recess, but are the synths, roland has always been strong, there are......
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    Many sounds, especially in mine since 8 cards extensions JV SR80 sounds are installed. (8 max)
    sounds via MIDI editable by lociciel .. but not yet test ..
    that a midi output to contrairemnt XV5080, shame .. not have any USB al epoque ..

    UTILIZATION

    The edition is quite intuitive once memorably that on the pages
    is the sound even without the effect of insert, because the patch of four elements composs max
    No I have no manual, I have download the XP80, the common section are identical
    I n ais not yet understand the effects of assigning coment insert (routing)

    SOUNDS

    The acoustics are depasss are a little recess, but are the synths, roland has always been strong, there are dailleurs bocoup's used in various productions (such as advertising, music for film, music) of bocoup recognizable sound, as feasible with that module roland (flying Walt and company) have listened j els new model XV5080 usually after he has left very well, as the ghosts, and J and disappointed, there is no longer the research to make beautiful sound, and indulge in some sample, c j is why I prefer to take a former model, there are more amateur than the older models is my opinion .. c

    OVERALL OPINION

    For the price, I have not hesitated (450 cards with 8 extensions) and I'm all in was satisfied, he very well complete my trinity and my S90 but certain sounds intersect with my mC505 which is normal ..
    the category search function is very convenient, new al epoque, and only see 3 aa insert effect instead of a single example on the JV1080
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  • Roland JV-2080Published on 09/08/07 at 06:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Synth samples based 2U rack.
    64 voice polyphony,
    of 16 parts multitimbral.
    Three effects among 40 algorithms, a chorus, a reverb.
    3 pairs of output jacks, including one in symtrique.
    Originally there are 400 waveforms and 600 presets.
    Up to 2000 waveforms 2500 and presets with 8 cards extentions.
    I will only speak of the machine in state of origin, without extension.

    UTILIZATION

    When I bought the machine, I was not sure what to expect. I wanted a synth gnraliste on which I can edit sounds.
    I just galr the first few months time to the organization of mmoriser DIFFERENT parameter. The machine is level with respect to pro paramtrage the end: MIDI Filter gnral and party,......
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    Synth samples based 2U rack.
    64 voice polyphony,
    of 16 parts multitimbral.
    Three effects among 40 algorithms, a chorus, a reverb.
    3 pairs of output jacks, including one in symtrique.
    Originally there are 400 waveforms and 600 presets.
    Up to 2000 waveforms 2500 and presets with 8 cards extentions.
    I will only speak of the machine in state of origin, without extension.

    UTILIZATION

    When I bought the machine, I was not sure what to expect. I wanted a synth gnraliste on which I can edit sounds.
    I just galr the first few months time to the organization of mmoriser DIFFERENT parameter. The machine is level with respect to pro paramtrage the end: MIDI Filter gnral and party, party agreement, and the unit is ergonomically trs.
    So much so that I do is that the performance mode (multitimbral) mode and never patch.
    Only the edition of the effects is difficult but inflexible (unable to string effects on a given part, no modulation effect paramtre by envelope or LFO).
    Note also, when a parameter changes rapidly over a large range, it may be dcrochages or pltot gel envelopes and sound effects indsirables impossible to program normally.

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are, they are sound, trs Varis, sometimes raliste sometimes less.
    But the machine is a real synth. It is often more interesting to paufiner rglage the tone of one or two parts that stack up to eat all the available polyphony.
    The sound possibilities are vast, this synth I keep in my setup n1.
    The sound is dynamic trs, trs end. I AIM to programmatically access certain effects and other artifacts produced by the user interface.
    The effects are quite good, breathless, even if it sometimes lacks breadth and paramtres ditables. The saturations are very poor, and have no progressiv between low rate and rate lev. Again it's a shame they can not string two or three effects.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this synth for 4 years now.
    As well as a sound bank like any synth that gives me satisfaction.
    I am considering adding a micromodular among other things that I will grind out one of the jv (supplmentaire filter, saturation, gating rhythm ...) in MIDI sync in a kind of "sursynthse".
    The report qualitprix silent dj excellent, it still is today.
    With exprience can be today I will turn to a kurzweil K2K is most empowering, but may be not as ergonomic.
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  • a good expander,

    Roland JV-2080Published on 09/14/11 at 05:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    expander: no keyboard
    how many sounds: ca 1000, whose styles dépandent cards made inside
    Edition: on top, a large and clear screen menus displayed a lot of information: the top
    controllers: controller in no facade, but he receives a maximum
    polyphonic 64 channels for 16 shares

    UTILIZATION

    simple configuration, maps, patches, performance

    handbook as a manual roland clear, very correct, is not ca korg, but at the same time understanding how a Sonera sinusoidal sound from a graphic is not what is easiest. The experience, however, will be your best help.

    Finally, this is called a ROM PLAYER. I think it's a great synth, because the editing is very thorough. everyone sees......
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    expander: no keyboard
    how many sounds: ca 1000, whose styles dépandent cards made inside
    Edition: on top, a large and clear screen menus displayed a lot of information: the top
    controllers: controller in no facade, but he receives a maximum
    polyphonic 64 channels for 16 shares

    UTILIZATION

    simple configuration, maps, patches, performance

    handbook as a manual roland clear, very correct, is not ca korg, but at the same time understanding how a Sonera sinusoidal sound from a graphic is not what is easiest. The experience, however, will be your best help.

    Finally, this is called a ROM PLAYER. I think it's a great synth, because the editing is very thorough. everyone sees what he wants, but I hang altogether personal.

    short, for me it's very correct

    SOUNDS

    sounds ... yes all need


    expression: good, I play with a purpose to spoil noon (sending many MIDI volume), this game requires enormememnt resource for sound modules. The JV is far from being the pick, especially if I compare it to more recent models.

    Then, provided we put the maps, the quality of some loop is far from being exceeded ca bang and we quickly realized that a huge part of the music played on our airwaves in the 90 'comes from the series JV, with no big studio modification.

    some find that the 2080 sounds less than JD990. It's possible (I've never touched a JD800 or JD990) the convertos seems there are less good. Custom fits me, I find that the output level is actually difficult to adjust and the sound seems a little "fuzzy" at low volume. provided, the bass is very very very present and the dynamics is.

    CHART HOUSE and HIP HOP is an excellent test. look on youtube and you can get a view of the machine.

    ca perfectly complements my setup

    OVERALL OPINION

    13 years (already) with JV 6 cards inside.

    the first few days have been disastrous, I found the sound not as good as my old and incredibly 05RW (that say), but over time I got round to ROLAND.

    Today I am in the minimal and electro to drum loops and drumkits is a jewel.
    After the sounds and webs tecknoîdes me seem worse.

    In any case, it is a trigger idea, I do not spend too much time to program, I want a sound, I find using the sort by category and preview of a sentence based on sound category by pressing a button is very handy

    value for money right now excellent, but the hardware could shoot up and the odds go up. to buy without undue delay.

    only the JV2080 is not worth much to a ROM PLAYER. If you buy for this framework, the gavez a max card SR JV, it's worth it (except 7, mediocre, distributed with the original JV2080 and the piano store fire show was stolen at the time of my purchase ...)
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  • it provides

    Roland JV-2080Published on 06/17/11 at 12:49
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    powerful enough for the time big-screen 8-port card srjv .... a poly is just a sequence of effects unassuming but go rather well proportioned set ..........

    UTILIZATION

    fat big-screen navigation is simple enough (for me) get a patch or a perf is easy effects arise easily honestly I just use the manual .............. ..

    SOUNDS

    while there are good and bad violins sound good especially srjv session orchestra and brass mm not bad, pianos acoustque ale! this old evil! against the piano by the electric are good ........ love the Synth brief everyone will find a convenience sounds ..........

    OVERALL OPINION

    I'm buying this device in 97 new and I still use it I mix it with other......
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    powerful enough for the time big-screen 8-port card srjv .... a poly is just a sequence of effects unassuming but go rather well proportioned set ..........

    UTILIZATION

    fat big-screen navigation is simple enough (for me) get a patch or a perf is easy effects arise easily honestly I just use the manual .............. ..

    SOUNDS

    while there are good and bad violins sound good especially srjv session orchestra and brass mm not bad, pianos acoustque ale! this old evil! against the piano by the electric are good ........ love the Synth brief everyone will find a convenience sounds ..........

    OVERALL OPINION

    I'm buying this device in 97 new and I still use it I mix it with other sources racks, keyboards, it fits no problem, the flat! slightly more than it shows on poly if you work in sequence also more fully integrate the memory when I have 8 cards! Use a bank that's really just a good machine but it n'exite not flawless!
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  • it provides

    Roland JV-2080Published on 06/17/11 at 12:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    powerful enough for the time big-screen 8-port card srjv .... a poly is just a sequence of effects unassuming but go rather well proportioned set ..........

    UTILIZATION

    thanks to the big screen navigation is simple enough (for me) get a patch or a perf is easily easy effects arise quite honestly I just use the manual .............. ..

    SOUNDS

    while there are good and bad violins sound good especially srjv session orchestra and brass mm not bad, pianos acoustque ale! this old evil! against the piano by the electric are good ........ love the Synth brief everyone will find a convenience sounds ..........

    OVERALL OPINION

    I'm buying this device in 97 new and I still use it I mix......
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    powerful enough for the time big-screen 8-port card srjv .... a poly is just a sequence of effects unassuming but go rather well proportioned set ..........

    UTILIZATION

    thanks to the big screen navigation is simple enough (for me) get a patch or a perf is easily easy effects arise quite honestly I just use the manual .............. ..

    SOUNDS

    while there are good and bad violins sound good especially srjv session orchestra and brass mm not bad, pianos acoustque ale! this old evil! against the piano by the electric are good ........ love the Synth brief everyone will find a convenience sounds ..........

    OVERALL OPINION

    I'm buying this device in 97 new and I still use it I mix it with other sources racks, keyboards, it fits no problem, the flat! slightly more than it shows on poly if you work in sequence also more fully integrate the memory when I have 8 cards! Use a bank that's really just a good machine but it n'exite not flawless!
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