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  • SyphenSyphen

    Roland E30Published on 03/18/04 at 12:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Keyboard 61 keys (5 octaves) with all the basic functions of an arranger keyboard type.

    UTILIZATION

    Fairly easy to use I found that I only tried in Paris stores

    OVERALL OPINION

    Roland has a noise level not forget ... it all sucks. Yet I have a piano numrique FP-5 and I am pretty bcp Product
    Bof touch trs, trs ... uh trs casio keyboard less than 1000 francs
    Indeed correct, but the sounds are not used nase has gds things.
  • yoyogyoyog

    Roland E30Published on 03/19/05 at 12:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The high-end keyboards of the 80s. 5 octaves, sensitive dynamics, he had a torrid power for the era.
    Question connectivity, it outputs sound output L (mono) R, Midi In / Out / Thru, the card reader to add styles, but also for memory cards. I think he has an entry for PDAL support.

    But its great is its spcificit between sounds Input L (mono) R, never seen on any other synth of E-SERIES (E-70 or E-86 may be, must I learn ...).

    I do not know if an editor possde sounds or effects. But it has an internal squenseur 6 tracks to pieces, and in addition, save to memory card.

    128 internal sounds, trs of good quality but old enough to be sure.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is gnr…
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    The high-end keyboards of the 80s. 5 octaves, sensitive dynamics, he had a torrid power for the era.
    Question connectivity, it outputs sound output L (mono) R, Midi In / Out / Thru, the card reader to add styles, but also for memory cards. I think he has an entry for PDAL support.

    But its great is its spcificit between sounds Input L (mono) R, never seen on any other synth of E-SERIES (E-70 or E-86 may be, must I learn ...).

    I do not know if an editor possde sounds or effects. But it has an internal squenseur 6 tracks to pieces, and in addition, save to memory card.

    128 internal sounds, trs of good quality but old enough to be sure.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is gnrale average. Yes there are a lot of functions, but to select sounds and styles is so easy.

    The manual? Yes, it is clear, I have the most difficult record.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I did not. I am a small passion for E-SERIES. The E-30 silent the best arranger keyboard in the 80s. When I inspected on record, I see it all:

    - The Program uses the internal backup and / or memory card.
    - The 6 tracks squenseur idem.

    The Fade In, Fade Out, Libra 6 tracks, Keyboard Mode (with lower manual), all functions Fill in To, Entro / Ending, Mlody Intel Chord Intel, Sync Start On / Off, sound effects on the synth wheel CONTRL, paramtres noon 4 LED indicator tempo, pitch wheel, LED screen. It has everything you need, and I think he does respect a long time.

    In view of the impact it must have been the era, I put 10/10.
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