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#13120 - 01/13/05 11:12 AM Re: mz 2000 or wk 3500
squeak_D Offline
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That's an interesting point. I've heard this in the past when the MZ first came out. However, I don't remember if it was ever truly (carved in stone) that Technics was primarily responsible for this board. It does look like a Technics board. My main question would be--was Technics responsible for the (sounds) of the MZ-2000? The MZ's sounds were good and way above the tradition Casio, but coming from Technics I would have expected a little more. The KN series was a great sounding line up. Maybe Technics had a hand in the overall design and operating system for the MZ-2000.

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#13121 - 01/26/05 07:09 PM Re: mz 2000 or wk 3500
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Jim Wintringham:
[B]I've never seen/heard a mz 2000, but ...from others' decriptions, the mz2000 was the better keyboard.

Hi Jim! The former user forum has disappeared I guess. I found this one by accident looking for MZ2000 info. How's it going? Dave

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#13122 - 01/27/05 05:55 AM Re: mz 2000 or wk 3500
Jim Wintringham Offline
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Registered: 10/05/04
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Loc: Forest, Oh., U.S.A.
Hi Dave, Yea...Casio said it would only be down a short time.....NOT!
Pianoman set up a Casio user forum, at: http://www.originalz.com/casio/casio_bbs/
..if you want to see a little more Casio 'chatter' ....drop by.
Jim

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