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  • Roland E-80Publié le 01/10/07 à 08:19
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    Hello
    I intend to buy an arranger keyboard but I do not know what to do to my style of music (raî Staifi and chaabi ...) I will like that one council me ..merci

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    Thank you

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    Thank you
  • a bomb!

    Roland E-80Publié le 08/14/12 à 05:52
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    Number of Keys: 61 Dynamic
    Aftertouch: yes
    Eastern Ranges: yes
    Number of sonorits: 1100
    Multi effects: yes
    Number of styles: 400
    Creation of styles: 1
    Rhythm: 4 Number of rhythmic purposes: 4 Number of rhythmic variations: 4 Polyphony: 128 NotesMulti Timbral:
    32 PartsMode dual: yes
    Modulation: yes Pitch bend: yes Transposition: Yes Split: Yes
    Drawbars: yes
    Display: LCD Screen
    Viewing Partitions: 1 Displaying words 1 Color Display: yes Squencer: Yes Number of tracks squencer: 16
    Vocal harmony: yes Entres lines: yes Entres microphones: yes
    USB: 1
    Internal Hard Drive: 64 external GoStockage: Yes Headphone Jack: 2 Compatibility: GM2, GM, XG Lite Options:......
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    Number of Keys: 61 Dynamic
    Aftertouch: yes
    Eastern Ranges: yes
    Number of sonorits: 1100
    Multi effects: yes
    Number of styles: 400
    Creation of styles: 1
    Rhythm: 4 Number of rhythmic purposes: 4 Number of rhythmic variations: 4 Polyphony: 128 NotesMulti Timbral:
    32 PartsMode dual: yes
    Modulation: yes Pitch bend: yes Transposition: Yes Split: Yes
    Drawbars: yes
    Display: LCD Screen
    Viewing Partitions: 1 Displaying words 1 Color Display: yes Squencer: Yes Number of tracks squencer: 16
    Vocal harmony: yes Entres lines: yes Entres microphones: yes
    USB: 1
    Internal Hard Drive: 64 external GoStockage: Yes Headphone Jack: 2 Compatibility: GM2, GM, XG Lite Options: Keyboard Stand: KS-12, Pedal: DP series, Foot Switch: BOSS FS-5U Dimension : 1175,8x488,8x197,8 cm

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    everything is already said in the previous opinion

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I totally agree with the previous opinion except that I use a tyros 4 with e80

    it is an exellent pro instrument that little everything and very easy to use

    yes, it is true that it is more robust than tyros, and sonorities levels and functions, roland is yours cot him very well

    sometimes, on some points, roland even ahead of the tyros

    if you put the two face to face and with some adjustment, you have to be realistic, roland beats my tyros 4, its is crystal clear

    and as said in previous reviews, it's true that roland hit hard leaving this keyboard, we for its soults

    I do not regret my choice and I think we yet heard the last of e80

    thank you for having roland create the instrument par excellence!
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  • Roland E-80Publié le 12/28/09 à 22:16
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    Could someone advise me on the purchase of a carrying case for a Roland E80?
    Dimensions: 118 x 49 x 20 - Weight 22 kg.
    Thank you in advance
  • superb machine !!!

    Roland E-80Publié le 11/05/11 à 15:01
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    for features, see the website builder website

    it is a very complete device, a machine Machine anything!



    USE

    very easy to use, the manual is pretty clear

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it for 1 month, I had a lot of model before this one, the tyros tyros 3 and 4 which I spar Lately to return home roland


    I like most everything!

    I'll do a little comparison with my tyros 4

    the touch is really better than my tyros 4 sonority sound superb, very good batteries, beautiful violin, copper, too, are and styles are much more natural than my tyros, which he many effect, sometimes too ...

    the vocal harmony is better than Yamaha and Korg is not comparable! and a quality of......
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    for features, see the website builder website

    it is a very complete device, a machine Machine anything!



    USE

    very easy to use, the manual is pretty clear

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it for 1 month, I had a lot of model before this one, the tyros tyros 3 and 4 which I spar Lately to return home roland


    I like most everything!

    I'll do a little comparison with my tyros 4

    the touch is really better than my tyros 4 sonority sound superb, very good batteries, beautiful violin, copper, too, are and styles are much more natural than my tyros, which he many effect, sometimes too ...

    the vocal harmony is better than Yamaha and Korg is not comparable! and a quality of fabriquation !!! it's solid! 22.5 kg the beast!

    we just also add srx card, and its becoming a real gas factory !!!


    what I like least, nothing!


    if I had the opportunity to played on the e80 before buying my tyros 4, I certainly would not bought this one and I would have taken directly roland e80! so yes, I would do this choice without problem!
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  • try it is to adopt

    Roland E-80Publié le 09/01/12 à 03:46
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    It really is not complicated and all is well explained in the manual

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    yes I have tried several high-end models of the Korg and Yamaha brand, then the E-80, after reflection and comparison I chose the E-80



    What is the particular feature you like best?

    the partuclarit I like most is its simplicity of use and the realism of the sounds, especially the sax, trumpet, bagpipe, vocals, organ, strings, pads, piano, percussions and combination guitar)

    styles are also a surprising realism and very well dtaillbr />


    What is the particular feature you like moin?

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    USE

    It really is not complicated and all is well explained in the manual

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    yes I have tried several high-end models of the Korg and Yamaha brand, then the E-80, after reflection and comparison I chose the E-80



    What is the particular feature you like best?

    the partuclarit I like most is its simplicity of use and the realism of the sounds, especially the sax, trumpet, bagpipe, vocals, organ, strings, pads, piano, percussions and combination guitar)

    styles are also a surprising realism and very well dtaillbr />


    What is the particular feature you like moin?

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    With experience, you do again this choice? ...dropoff Window

    yes, I would do this choice without any hesitation
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  • try it is to adopt

    Roland E-80Publié le 09/01/12 à 03:54
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    USE

    It really is not complicated and all is well explained in the manual

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    yes I have tried several high-end models of the Korg and Yamaha brand, then the E-80, after reflection and comparison I chose the E-80



    What is the particular feature you like best?

    the partuclarit I like most is its simplicity of use and the realism of the sounds, especially the sax, trumpet, bagpipe, vocals, organ, strings, pads, piano, percussions and combination guitar)

    styles are also a surprising realism and very well dtaillbr />


    What is the particular feature you like moin?

    --dropoff Window

    With......
    Read more
    --dropoff Window

    USE

    It really is not complicated and all is well explained in the manual

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    yes I have tried several high-end models of the Korg and Yamaha brand, then the E-80, after reflection and comparison I chose the E-80



    What is the particular feature you like best?

    the partuclarit I like most is its simplicity of use and the realism of the sounds, especially the sax, trumpet, bagpipe, vocals, organ, strings, pads, piano, percussions and combination guitar)

    styles are also a surprising realism and very well dtaillbr />


    What is the particular feature you like moin?

    --dropoff Window

    With experience, you do again this choice? ...dropoff Window

    yes, I would do this choice without any hesitation
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  • Roland E-80Publié le 09/01/12 à 04:00
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    USE

    use is really not complicated and all is well explained in the manual



    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    yes I have tried several high-end models of the Korg and Yamaha brand, then the E-80, after reflection and comparison I chose the E-80

    What is the particular feature you like best?

    the partuclarit I like most is its simplicity of use and the realism of the sounds, especially the sax, trumpet, bagpipe, vocals, organ, strings, pads, piano, percussions and combination Guitar

    styles are also a surprising realism and very well dtaillbr />

    What is the particular feature you like moin?
    --dropoff Window

    With......
    Read more
    --dropoff Window

    USE

    use is really not complicated and all is well explained in the manual



    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    yes I have tried several high-end models of the Korg and Yamaha brand, then the E-80, after reflection and comparison I chose the E-80

    What is the particular feature you like best?

    the partuclarit I like most is its simplicity of use and the realism of the sounds, especially the sax, trumpet, bagpipe, vocals, organ, strings, pads, piano, percussions and combination Guitar

    styles are also a surprising realism and very well dtaillbr />

    What is the particular feature you like moin?
    --dropoff Window

    With experience, you do again this choice? ...dropoff Window

    yes, I would do this choice without any hesitation
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  • Roland E-80Publié le 09/06/12 à 09:54
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    Yes

    NOTICE GLOBAL

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  • Roland E-80Publié le 09/06/12 à 16:07
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  • Roland E-80Publié le 09/06/12 à 16:10
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