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  • richard_technicsrichard_technics

    Technics SX-KN6500Published on 03/25/06 at 16:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Arranger really friendly,
    I bought it to replace the Kn2000, although the strings are less good,
    Everything else is better
    A piano sound very nice, sounds original synths and modified using a powerful DSP
    Sound electric guitar wah really close to the thundering and ralitbr /> A mode dial even better than the kn2000 with more sequences and effects more
    880 fully editable pattern of all styles, current styles like drum and bass n'tant REPRESENTATIVES not very well, it fo gneral repeat itself in the same drum part, as the Kn2000, with an r RESULT average, slightly better than its ainbr /> An interesting compatibility with the system audio sx
    The output jack classic MIDI and to rewo…
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    Arranger really friendly,
    I bought it to replace the Kn2000, although the strings are less good,
    Everything else is better
    A piano sound very nice, sounds original synths and modified using a powerful DSP
    Sound electric guitar wah really close to the thundering and ralitbr /> A mode dial even better than the kn2000 with more sequences and effects more
    880 fully editable pattern of all styles, current styles like drum and bass n'tant REPRESENTATIVES not very well, it fo gneral repeat itself in the same drum part, as the Kn2000, with an r RESULT average, slightly better than its ainbr /> An interesting compatibility with the system audio sx
    The output jack classic MIDI and to rework the whole pc
    Possibility to record sound from a microphone and rework all the dsp example

    UTILIZATION

    Really ultra accessible for those who knows all the tricks of Kn2000
    More difficult for the uninitiated technique although everything is very accessible and intuitive
    A large, bright screen really interesting
    A manual clear

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use the Kn2000 13 years (a alala flies), and this one for a few months
    I appreciate his respect for certain sounds Kn2000, and innovation with original and sounds very little rpandus
    What I like least are the set of strings, less Russian than its ancestor
    1500 euros for argus as a keyboard in excellent state, a is the price
    But from a kn2000 which is in excellent state at 600 euros, is MDIT.

    I do it again this choice without hsiter, a keyboard that I still have 15;)
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