Originally Posted By Fran Carango
I am about to pull the trigger to order this 88 weighted key arranger from Korg..
I can get one new at a discounted price.. it list most of the current PA features less pads, sampling, the best sound bank..etc

What bothers me the most... I don't like the sound listening to the offerings on the internet..

Does anyone have experience with the Havian30?

I am one button away from ordering one....but the sounds don't sound right to me.. I figured if it sounds like the PA900 etc it would be a go...

Talk to me... Talk me out of it or into it..

No I don't need it...maybe I don't even want it... price is the major factor...seems like a bargain..

Nice piano sounds, okay keybed, and the pa300 arranger section to boot with..

I was once on the verge of buying it as controller for vst’s and hardware modules..
Reasons i did not buy it..
No multipads
No audio input
No physical midi

But if you are looking for a mobile piano with arranger features, this is the only viable choice.. just treat it like a piano with added areanger features and not like an arranger with 88 keys
Yamaha Genos, Roland Jupiter 80, Ipad pro.