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Kenton Merge 4

MIDI Interface from Kenton

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j.fredj.fred

Kenton Merge 4Published on 05/02/10 at 01:21
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for two months

After hesitating with the quadratic model merge noon I preferred the kenton solution because it has an external power supply which allows it to operate with any keyboard master.

Compact and lightweight, it's a simple device that simply connect to their keyboards (4 max) and expanders (both taken out) in order to obtain sound expanders on the master keyboard.
I had no problem, it works fine.

Its aluminum shell gives the impression of a product rather strong (I'll see in a few years ...).

With experience I will ever be that choice without hesitation.
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BassWalkerBassWalker

Simple and effective

Kenton Merge 4Published on 01/15/11 at 12:52
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Like the previous opinion, is food that has justified my choice. I do not want to risk that level.
Home Studio used as an interface between:
MacPro Logic Pro +, RME FF400, SD3 Ketron Arranger, Yamaha S80 Synthesizer and Organ Hammond XK-1.

UTILIZATION

Nothing could be easier.
Is connected and it works.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 15 days. Enough to judge what type of material.
That's my only MIDI interface. Than enough in my current system.
Made in UK.
Aluminum hull (polished bright) light but solid.
Value for money still a little weak on this kind of tool, not because of quality ... but the price!
I remake that choice without hesitation.
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Like the previous opinion, is food that has justified my choice. I do not want to risk that level.
Home Studio used as an interface between:
MacPro Logic Pro +, RME FF400, SD3 Ketron Arranger, Yamaha S80 Synthesizer and Organ Hammond XK-1.

UTILIZATION

Nothing could be easier.
Is connected and it works.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 15 days. Enough to judge what type of material.
That's my only MIDI interface. Than enough in my current system.
Made in UK.
Aluminum hull (polished bright) light but solid.
Value for money still a little weak on this kind of tool, not because of quality ... but the price!
I remake that choice without hesitation.
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  • Manufacturer: Kenton
  • Model: Merge 4
  • Category: MIDI Interfaces
  • Added in our database on: 02/06/2008

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