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Digital Synth from Roland belonging to the Juno series.

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  • Roland JUNO-DPublié le 12/09/05 à 06:12
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    Keyboard 61 keys, trs trs pro and enjoyable the game that reminds me of Roland U 20. (It's not 100% soft, there's a little slap a trs ct fun to play games Piano / Ep). In short it is a strong point of the machine and it's pretty Surprisingly on the entry.
    CONTRL level, we find the pitch bend mod Roland, trs convenient for those familiar with the brand. Sr good when you come from Yamaha, one must get used to it a little.
    It was the famous D Beam for me that is not used much as the human being is not a dot troisime arm. Anyway I guess plenty of people use it.
    The pots in the facade to filter and edit quickly and are a joy vritable can really ring the bbtte as desired. C'tait not an......
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    Keyboard 61 keys, trs trs pro and enjoyable the game that reminds me of Roland U 20. (It's not 100% soft, there's a little slap a trs ct fun to play games Piano / Ep). In short it is a strong point of the machine and it's pretty Surprisingly on the entry.
    CONTRL level, we find the pitch bend mod Roland, trs convenient for those familiar with the brand. Sr good when you come from Yamaha, one must get used to it a little.
    It was the famous D Beam for me that is not used much as the human being is not a dot troisime arm. Anyway I guess plenty of people use it.
    The pots in the facade to filter and edit quickly and are a joy vritable can really ring the bbtte as desired. C'tait not an argument for me when buying but now I could do without.

    Ct well taken and headphone and LEFT / RIGHT. Hold for a decision pedals. And 2 MIDI only! No Thru, having said that there is a function of the South SOFT THROUGH OUT. But I find really stupid to have the SAVE it.

    Its level is the "spquot; usual Roland. More than 640 presets, 20 drum kits, 47 effects and possibilities to affect Reverb, Chorus and its effect on each cross.
    64-voice polyphony 16-part.

    We have three more functions:
    Ryhtme Guide ... a kind of rhythm box / metronome improgrammable whose only interest and lock onto something for work or call. Anyway It's true that from time to time, I found a dresser.
    Chord Memory ... A trick mmorisation agree 100% and useless gadget.
    And an arpeggiator, which is nice, I think, but if I use very little.
    All this comes with a bundle of software on CD Rom 2: a light version of SONAR (SONAR LE) and two soft drinks (An editor, a librarian) who are also on site tlchargableq US Roland.

    All at a really low price ... But I remove a congratulations Roland point to the absence of Midi Through!

    UTILIZATION

    The config is simple trs trs. I have only just used the manual trs. Trs is intuitive but I'm used to from the SERIES of Roland D. .. So I'm not a good guinea pig. I n'dite sounds with the soft or the pots in front (great for live) for passing from page to page on a screen as small, has not made me scared when young but j'tais l ... I must say I got more. In the "wrong damn", the lack of jog wheel and note (I do not like tapping on the buttons). Similarly, there's no sound when you scroll through the patches unlike what you find on korg X. Petit hic also functions only accesible by a keystroke.

    SOUNDS

    Sounds are many trs but surprise! The Juno D ROMpler more like a keyboard than anything else. There are samples of the sries U, of Canvas, the RS5 editing sauce today. Overall, I find them too punchy and dynamic. But hey that's my opinion. If I had to do by section:
    Piano: The sound is pleasant and trs raliste but it's really the home of Roland Roland. This means a round and a rev a bit heavy. Great for the instrumental old (if not classic) or the jazz / blues to pop, but it's not terrible. Those struggling will mail me a little bit, I have a pair of patches that make the thing sound a little SERIES S Yamaha and therefore more about the pop Rock.

    The EP: Nice, many people think about the greater good. I find it stunning especially FM lacking heat.

    Organs: Too too punchy, lack of vritable hammond.

    Battery Kit: Good.

    Guitars: Well, realistic and current trs.

    Brass: Medium

    Orchestra: aa t ever Fort Roland, but a password.

    Synth: not original for a bit and then its just a lot of ugly!
    Good to be frank, is not the strong point of the machine. Not original, not all Russian.
    Still, it is something for every taste and the quality is of the same overall.

    Of course, you can edit! But do not expect miracles, the JUNO D JUNO not one, not a D50 but ROMpler. Synthse not really, you can only modify the processing of samples.

    Among the stuff a bit irritating, the difference in volume between the patches! Trs annoying to live.

    Level expression cons, I find the machine trsrussie. Vritable is a musical instrument and not just a toy technology.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a few weeks, what I like about him: The keyboard trs pro (for the home studio) and sounds of good quality (to live) all for just over 3000 balls. Good even when it has also a lot of small defects, the worst is when even his lack of personality. But when you see the price of romplers There's 10 years! This is when even a great plan!
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  • Roland JUNO-DPublié le 04/20/06 à 07:45
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    UTILIZATION

    The Juno-D is very easy to use, it comes out even without notice ... editing sounds on the other hand is quite limited but is very easy too. A really short synth simple to use and effective at the same time

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are really good for a keyboard that can be classified low-end. I think especially with the sounds of organ and various keyboards (piano, clavinets ...) really good ...
    the brass are not very good but not ugly either, they are suitable enough.
    Regarding the effects are very well made and as they are easy to handle, the rendering is really good ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is a great quality / price ratio, especially for its ease of use (I'm......
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    UTILIZATION

    The Juno-D is very easy to use, it comes out even without notice ... editing sounds on the other hand is quite limited but is very easy too. A really short synth simple to use and effective at the same time

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are really good for a keyboard that can be classified low-end. I think especially with the sounds of organ and various keyboards (piano, clavinets ...) really good ...
    the brass are not very good but not ugly either, they are suitable enough.
    Regarding the effects are very well made and as they are easy to handle, the rendering is really good ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is a great quality / price ratio, especially for its ease of use (I'm starting yet) and good sound for its low price! The only small problem may be, unless I am falling on the wrong number, it is quite fragile and in particular the keys (already eudes bp with ...).
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  • Roland JUNO-DPublié le 07/06/06 à 05:08
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    Characters very good for the range. Apart from the memories of patches, it frankly lacks the User Memory: User Performance only 8, 8 argège briefs, memoranda of agreements ... 8 It's a little lighter.

    The highlight is the touch like semi-weighted which is really nice though difficult to master at first ...

    The Juno-D has only two MIDI connections! Yes but the output is Merge Out Box! Besides all keyboards should be equipped with this function so convenient ... I found many bugs! For example, the signal EV-5 pedal on a keyboard master transmitted via the Juno-D to an expander does not! Rather than put the D-Beam: good architecture that does not MIDI based Merge would have been more......
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    Characters very good for the range. Apart from the memories of patches, it frankly lacks the User Memory: User Performance only 8, 8 argège briefs, memoranda of agreements ... 8 It's a little lighter.

    The highlight is the touch like semi-weighted which is really nice though difficult to master at first ...

    The Juno-D has only two MIDI connections! Yes but the output is Merge Out Box! Besides all keyboards should be equipped with this function so convenient ... I found many bugs! For example, the signal EV-5 pedal on a keyboard master transmitted via the Juno-D to an expander does not! Rather than put the D-Beam: good architecture that does not MIDI based Merge would have been more useful!

    Big flaw: In the south does not support the signal of a non-powered external Merge Box (although I only have 3 meter cable ...). The same signal is fully supported by my JV-1080, therefore the fault is with the Juno-D ...

    UTILIZATION

    Roland typically use very logical.
    Main drawback to using: Split Mode does not share the keyboard in MIDI channel 2 which is really a mistake on the part of Roland. So it's not a real split mode but a layer!
    Editing is simple even though I have had too much time to work.
    The D-Beam is a gadget useless without accuracy. I use an EV-5 pedal! Assigning controllers is very convenient but it is too sensitive to certain effects.

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are generally good because it recognizes a lot of versions + or - SRJV modified series. That said, I find the piano a little shabby. The buttons for editing the sounds in real time are totally in the spirit of the old Juno. The kits are very successful rhythm. Amplification is good (it was too light on the XP-10)
    It's enough fun but good compared to my JV-1080 I fully edit the Juno is a little funny! In short, I use the sounds to blend with those of JV: it allows for combinations but good fun all alone without editing the presets of the Juno-D with very dry and cold. And the difference in volume between the sounds, it really stuff myself!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Price / quality ratio, it is good and the arpeggiator is great!
    I am satisfied with the Juno-D even though I was reluctant to sell it because of the direct split mode which is not one! I had to keep my old XP-10 while I intended to resell. Until we have room for a real master keyboard 88 keys, I will just ...
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  • Roland JUNO-DPublié le 02/04/07 à 02:01
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    UTILIZATION

    Here is the foot. No need to get out of the ENA to use it. It soon took over, and is ergonomic. The manual is very clear, we read quickly, quickly understood and therefore the most important uses of the beast very quickly.

    SOUNDS

    I do not know who said that the strings were average, because personal, I think they fart ... Inevitably, it is always the same problem, if you want a violin that sounds violin, bah must bring a violin. Otherwise it sound good, especially for the price. The pianos are not evils, even if it's not worth the pianos of Motif ES rack, but they are not bad. Same for wurlis and other organs, they are good bills......
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    UTILIZATION

    Here is the foot. No need to get out of the ENA to use it. It soon took over, and is ergonomic. The manual is very clear, we read quickly, quickly understood and therefore the most important uses of the beast very quickly.

    SOUNDS

    I do not know who said that the strings were average, because personal, I think they fart ... Inevitably, it is always the same problem, if you want a violin that sounds violin, bah must bring a violin. Otherwise it sound good, especially for the price. The pianos are not evils, even if it's not worth the pianos of Motif ES rack, but they are not bad. Same for wurlis and other organs, they are good bills ... Ethnic sounds are very nice, they sound good, and take up space ... The analog synth emulations of old are well made, slightly sparkling, but I love ... For fans of things a little disgusting fat is not the right bike. The brass burst of cum, it feels good, especially for small pieces of crunk! The bass is not exceptional, but I was surprised though they were based on the whole, therefore, it does.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had three weeks, and frankly, it's a good machine ... To be completed with a Fantom XR soon!!
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  • Roland JUNO-DPublié le 03/28/07 à 09:18
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    All information techniques have already been mentioned, the creator of the agreements is rather nice I think: play your little sister 6 years by pressing 3 notes pif, you have a component. Agreements instead of so sublime as. Finally a gadget is ca.

    UTILIZATION

    Really easy to use I think I 've never used the manual. The term "modify patch" to manage its sounds in real time, very very practical in concert. It can almost replace the pedal of a piano.

    SOUNDS

    I'm not expert enough to judge all sounds ... I play a lot of different stuff, I always find a sound that can match the choice is rather wide. The pianos are correct I think, and the rest, although some sounds n 'really hurt and......
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    All information techniques have already been mentioned, the creator of the agreements is rather nice I think: play your little sister 6 years by pressing 3 notes pif, you have a component. Agreements instead of so sublime as. Finally a gadget is ca.

    UTILIZATION

    Really easy to use I think I 've never used the manual. The term "modify patch" to manage its sounds in real time, very very practical in concert. It can almost replace the pedal of a piano.

    SOUNDS

    I'm not expert enough to judge all sounds ... I play a lot of different stuff, I always find a sound that can match the choice is rather wide. The pianos are correct I think, and the rest, although some sounds n 'really hurt and no use has the ear (Si .. if that is true)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I got this synth for 3 months and I'm really happy with my purchase. Before using it I was playing on a yamaha more upscale (price level anyway) but that does not belong to m. The touch is more sensitive on JUNO and the quality of many sounds including pianos. Its only small default on my part that is its fragility appears (I 've not yet tried to drop it). But if it is light, portable.
    Do not hesitate has the aquérir, excellent price / quality ratio. It will surprise you.
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  • Roland JUNO-DPublié le 03/20/08 à 18:10
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    I will not repeat the features, everything has been said above. -1 For non-weighted keys with cons

    UTILIZATION

    Keyboard easy to learn, editing sounds is fairly limited but adequate and simple. The chords generator is very convenient. the manual is quite simple and clear, even if I was not able to manage the afternoon with my MPC2500.

    SOUNDS

    I mainly of instrumental hip hop, old school enough to trends (big inspiration Funk, Soul, Jazz and some rock).
    Drum kits: kits "realists" are very good, those HH / R & B / Electro are less successful.
    SFX: From the very basic view of the useless, the sounds are not credible, it is very "gadget"
    Piano: Overall very well managed including......
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    I will not repeat the features, everything has been said above. -1 For non-weighted keys with cons

    UTILIZATION

    Keyboard easy to learn, editing sounds is fairly limited but adequate and simple. The chords generator is very convenient. the manual is quite simple and clear, even if I was not able to manage the afternoon with my MPC2500.

    SOUNDS

    I mainly of instrumental hip hop, old school enough to trends (big inspiration Funk, Soul, Jazz and some rock).
    Drum kits: kits "realists" are very good, those HH / R & B / Electro are less successful.
    SFX: From the very basic view of the useless, the sounds are not credible, it is very "gadget"
    Piano: Overall very well managed including the large soft and sweet course that put a good slap.
    Keyboards & Org: Is there any, organs are mostly well managed and some as the power fst B are incredible, the other sounds are also very well overall.
    Guitars: then it is a black spot on the machine, both the electric are rather well done as you are not looking to reproduce a solo anthology, as the acoustics are despicable and unconvincing.
    Orch: The bank's is pretty damn good and quite believable as a whole.
    World: The sounds are very nice except one or two for special mention shaku are impressive.
    Brass: the black dot. The best patches may be marked "clean" and used on music and the realism is not appropriate (eg crunk) but the rest is really infamous and synthetic sounds and very cheap.
    Vocal & Pad: The pads are nice backing vocals a little less but the whole is freindly.
    Synth: as usual there is everything but since it does not require a synthetic sound to be realistic, they do well, but not as an sh201.
    Bass: The bass range and very successful general, however, they tend to saturate at high volume.

    Effects: Personally I do not hardly ever used, I apply my own effects on the final mix. Of what he was seeing me they are usually quite successful.

    In short sounds range from excellent to awful, if one applies a post recording process sounds are not getting sound very realistic and very hot.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use for about five months, I have a big preference for keyboards (piano, rhodes, organs) as well as bass and instruments "world", for cons I do not use acoustic guitars or brass instruments. I have not had the opportunity to try other models but given demonstrations of other products I would say it's an excellent price / quality ratio. I think if I could I would resume with the processing behind it can become one of the best synths of this range, see on some instruments than those of the higher ranges (Note that I use it only for recording and I do not play live, so I can take my time to hack)
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  • Roland JUNO-DPublié le 08/20/08 à 02:52
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    Very good 61-key synth with MIDI ports (pc) and audio (amp, caspque), hundreds of sounds (piano, synthesizer, organ, strings etc. ......) good. My goal was to find a good 61-key not too big nor too heavy to the metal (mainly COB, Nightwish and Warmen) to rise up with variable angle. And I found the keyboard that I had not been able to buy a Korg X5 or X5D. I highly recommend it to anyone who seeks the same thing as me, because it is very easy to handle and sounds very powerful. => http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=55VkL2Nht6w ...
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    Very good 61-key synth with MIDI ports (pc) and audio (amp, caspque), hundreds of sounds (piano, synthesizer, organ, strings etc. ......) good. My goal was to find a good 61-key not too big nor too heavy to the metal (mainly COB, Nightwish and Warmen) to rise up with variable angle. And I found the keyboard that I had not been able to buy a Korg X5 or X5D. I highly recommend it to anyone who seeks the same thing as me, because it is very easy to handle and sounds very powerful. => http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=55VkL2Nht6w
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  • Roland JUNO-DPublié le 05/18/09 à 05:54
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    UTILIZATION

    This is my first synth I find rglages, paramtrages ,.... too complicated, much like the first multi-effects for guitar, too long Settings, which is why I use only the sounds of orogine by modifying the sound with the potentiomtres , and in real time without saving changes. The manual is dcourageant, I have still not assimilated. I took 8 months to dip Performance mode .....

    said in May 2009: in the end, extremely simple to use, but it's true that the manual is not clear Tropp, I triturated many sounds, I think going further, trying a + + synthesis and refined dot with a sampler and even more polyphony. I Relva my bill. However, a......
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    UTILIZATION

    This is my first synth I find rglages, paramtrages ,.... too complicated, much like the first multi-effects for guitar, too long Settings, which is why I use only the sounds of orogine by modifying the sound with the potentiomtres , and in real time without saving changes. The manual is dcourageant, I have still not assimilated. I took 8 months to dip Performance mode .....

    said in May 2009: in the end, extremely simple to use, but it's true that the manual is not clear Tropp, I triturated many sounds, I think going further, trying a + + synthesis and refined dot with a sampler and even more polyphony. I Relva my bill. However, a wheel and a notch rglage + t off would not hurt, but hey, considering the price ....

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are really ralistes, I think: this synth is low on samples, so the sounds are trs correct, the piano sounds great, organs trs INTERESTED (I am of course harmony in a church with a real organ sounds are trs close!), however, I play with headphones to avoid GNER person, a good quality headphone is ESSENTIAL! According to the headset, the sound can be modified or ALTR. Natural Touch is trs, although the keyboard Ragit attack and inspires confidence.
    I like the sounds + piano bright, warm and training, the organ sounds, the sounds of harp and the sound of the bell, trsralistes. For my part, I do not change the rglages, see above.

    May 2009 said:
    with the performance mode .... it's really better

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used for + / - 2 years, I find it useful to follow my trs being and harmony WRITING, donns on keyboard. I am a guitarist and do not have much possde keyboard technique, but I find this keyboard sounds trs good for this price. The seller had a big test on Roland amp and the sound I was immediately on his sduit ism. There are certainly better on the market but for me it is well trs, original presets satisfy me.

    May 2009 said:

    Once I fell into it ....... looking for a Submitted MODEL + + volumes to go away ....
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  • Roland JUNO-DPublié le 04/26/10 à 09:04
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    Everything is already said

    UTILIZATION

    It is essential to control the settings through the software. It's super easy if it galley!

    SOUNDS

    As I already have a keyboard arranger, Juno is only intended as a synthesizer. Besides, it's a synth. Seek the opinions below rather arrangers when I read that the pianos are good bla bla bla!

    I do not use the piano for a piano (I have what I need), I change the piano to become anything but a piano, a synthesizer is here! Sound design, edit, virtual.

    I started 20 years ago by a Korg MS-10 (analog), then poly 800 etc. ...

    All sounds are good ... edit: the aim of a synthesizer.
    The effects are huge, powerful: the impressive digital......
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    Everything is already said

    UTILIZATION

    It is essential to control the settings through the software. It's super easy if it galley!

    SOUNDS

    As I already have a keyboard arranger, Juno is only intended as a synthesizer. Besides, it's a synth. Seek the opinions below rather arrangers when I read that the pianos are good bla bla bla!

    I do not use the piano for a piano (I have what I need), I change the piano to become anything but a piano, a synthesizer is here! Sound design, edit, virtual.

    I started 20 years ago by a Korg MS-10 (analog), then poly 800 etc. ...

    All sounds are good ... edit: the aim of a synthesizer.
    The effects are huge, powerful: the impressive digital (electro oriented, lacks a bit of heat, but payable in computer music)


    OVERALL OPINION

    + Lead
    + Multi purpose
    + Knobs
    + Rendering
    + Software (Juno-D Editor Librarian)
    + Touch

    - User memories just a little
    - Beatbox useless on a synth
    - Volume difference according to patch

    Buy 150 euros in hand with warranty 6 months (in 2010)! What more?
    For my current needs, yes I do it again this election
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  • Exactly what I needed.

    Roland JUNO-DPublié le 07/17/10 à 03:55
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    I am basically an acoustic piano having back problems, and seeking a synth to play him in the horse repeatedly. The criterion "weight" is more important than the criterion "hacking sound. I am not a professional but an amateur who plays frequently for the past 15 years. My record is essentially jazz, with frequent forays into funk.
    In short, I am not at all a "keyboard player" in the sense that his work (edit, import, midi, etc ...) does not interest me. As long as I sound and rhodes piano okay, I'm happy.
    I wanted to say, given the profile of the musician is highly dependent on the opinion he has on his instrument ...

    UTILIZATION

    The synth is very light, which......
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    I am basically an acoustic piano having back problems, and seeking a synth to play him in the horse repeatedly. The criterion "weight" is more important than the criterion "hacking sound. I am not a professional but an amateur who plays frequently for the past 15 years. My record is essentially jazz, with frequent forays into funk.
    In short, I am not at all a "keyboard player" in the sense that his work (edit, import, midi, etc ...) does not interest me. As long as I sound and rhodes piano okay, I'm happy.
    I wanted to say, given the profile of the musician is highly dependent on the opinion he has on his instrument ...

    UTILIZATION

    The synth is very light, which is very important for me having my back. It is relatively small (61 keys) and end, which really helps to carry around everywhere.
    The configuration is simple and very intuitive, I never opened the manual!
    It is wrong also because the opportunities are enormous beast. Any takers of hacking, there's plenty to do!
    The sounds are not editable, it seems to me, but for fans, there is a model Juno Di which is a bit more expensive but allows the manipulation '.


    SOUNDS

    As I said in intro, I am basically a jazz pianist, acoustic, playing funky from time to time.
    I am very attached to my acoustic piano sound, vibration of the instrument.
    Therefore, obviously, it's not on my Juno that I sound Steinway!
    And yet, despite the fact that I am demanding nature "sound", I must say I am very pleased with this keyboard.
    The sounds of Rhodes and organ are really great, realistic, and we feel that the attack button will vary the sound.
    The piano sounds are more than correct, I've played in groups with and it works very well.
    The keyboard is quite comfortable, I never thought that a pianist does swearing by the heavy hit as I can be comfortable on it. While the keyboard is soft, but I've played much worse, and you get used quickly, in fact.

    Of course the sounds are not as good as the Korg SV1 I tried not too long ago. But the difference in price (1500 euros!) And the weight would be justified only if you have a strong back, budget, total allergy keyboard light, and you really do not want to, but then really do not want play on imitation certainly imperfect but very correct sounds of piano and organ.


    OVERALL OPINION

    This keyboard is really exactly what was needed for me.
    As I said before, the opinion on the instrument varies according to the profile of the musician and your desires, so go try it before buying.

    But honestly, for a really low price (around 400 euros), a ridiculous weight, sounds really good, as flawless reliability, I do not see what else is there to indulge in beef and be repeated without shit to lug around 20 kilograms of heavy electric piano to the touch.
    When I want to go beef, tiny feet the Juno and lightweight are a blessing.

    Maybe in the future, I sells it to buy the Di Juno, because apparently I could import sounds of piano and rhodes even more realistic.
    But for now, given my budget, time available and the quality of the beast, the Juno D is sufficient to my happiness.
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