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Roland JV-2080
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Mde67 Mde67
Published on 01/28/03 at 08:29
Value For Money : Correct
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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