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  • arnegarneg

    Technics SX-KN3000Published on 05/30/08 at 03:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello everyone,
    This is an old synth but for the silent era not bad at all. The sounds are not hyper ralistes but arranging to accompany a few there are ways to find some nice sounds. Although he sr does not compete with existing keyboards but I think the price is not trs lev opportunity for this type of keyboard.
    It has a relatively easy job squenceur if you read the instructions in English. More help is a key on the keyboard which is useful in explaining certain features. (You can choose the language with this key)
    There are sounds of Hammond organ, they are not hyper raliste but for the era I would say it's not bad at all. I've heard far worse on current synths. (It does not compet…
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    Hello everyone,
    This is an old synth but for the silent era not bad at all. The sounds are not hyper ralistes but arranging to accompany a few there are ways to find some nice sounds. Although he sr does not compete with existing keyboards but I think the price is not trs lev opportunity for this type of keyboard.
    It has a relatively easy job squenceur if you read the instructions in English. More help is a key on the keyboard which is useful in explaining certain features. (You can choose the language with this key)
    There are sounds of Hammond organ, they are not hyper raliste but for the era I would say it's not bad at all. I've heard far worse on current synths. (It does not compete at all with a North internship course) for use against the other you really live schedule in advance to use these sounds.

    UTILIZATION

    Set up new sounds by changing the old and the store, it's easy. Also with easy edit sound it is easy to sound Trasforma prexistant seconds. Everything is intuitive and trs button helps you much help if needed

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for some years, its ease j'apprcie jobs and some sounds rather nice even if a bit old. If you want some fun enjoy a chance. Intgr with baffles, it is easy to use at home without any dployer a system that.
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  • Oliver Sp@rkOliver Sp@rk

    Technics SX-KN3000Published on 04/02/09 at 08:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Arranger keyboard with large display

    Multitudes of editing capabilities ...

    DSP, Hammond, 16-track sequencer, Composer, Arranger 'live' ...

    Ultra full

    Bought new  ... oh there goes back 10 years? see more? :-)

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to find sounds ... the overall quality is very good!

    We quickly toured all sounds ... before proceeding to the section editing (which I use rarely)

    The DSP provides more time for flanger etc. ...

    MIDI section ultra complete

    I use very often the sequencer and compose ... drum sounds are really hyper-realistic, even compared to newer models, it has really nothing to be ashamed!

    I combine it with a Roland Fantom X7 ...

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    Arranger keyboard with large display

    Multitudes of editing capabilities ...

    DSP, Hammond, 16-track sequencer, Composer, Arranger 'live' ...

    Ultra full

    Bought new  ... oh there goes back 10 years? see more? :-)

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to find sounds ... the overall quality is very good!

    We quickly toured all sounds ... before proceeding to the section editing (which I use rarely)

    The DSP provides more time for flanger etc. ...

    MIDI section ultra complete

    I use very often the sequencer and compose ... drum sounds are really hyper-realistic, even compared to newer models, it has really nothing to be ashamed!

    I combine it with a Roland Fantom X7 ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    At the time it was the Rolls (3000 euros!) ... And today he remains beautiful :-)

    Being careful with my gear, it is a strength and reliability ... mine is still almost like new despite widespread use and the fact that a + - 10 years ...

    I have seen on the other hand with LOTS of dust that slips under the screen or the wheel tempo kidding ... in short, everything depends on a user to another.

    Excellent Matos
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