Originally posted by kbrkr:
The ads state the T2 is "Inspired by Nature".
I'm curious to see how a keyboard can be inspired by nature?
They looked at a bird flying in the sky and decided to design it after the caricatures of a bird, hence the term "designed by nature".
Forgive me.. It just slipped out.
Hopefully the reason they're being so tight-lipped is they decided to change the design and eliminated the B2 Bomber look, or if you prefer - the "bird in the sky look".
Those angled edges really detract from the T2's looks in my opinion.
Also, I hope they relented and WILL offer a 76 key version. If they do that I will at least consider getting one, even though it has those IMO ugly angled edges. My dream come true is 76 Keys, 256 note Polyphony, Add-On Board capability, a Music Finder that corrects all the limitations of the Tyros 1 Music Finder, same Keybed that's in the CVP-309, a Sampler with up to 512MB of RAM capability, 16 track Hard Disk Streaming, and of course a design that doesn't look like a Stealth Bomber. Oh, and keep the price under $4,500 MSRP. I'd be willing to fork over 4 Grand for such a beast but no more. Am I being unrealistic? I don't think so. If Yammie doesn't do it eventually one of other Manufacturers will most likely. I can bide my time until they do, or at least come reasonably close to that ideal.
Here's to hoping -
[This message has been edited by keybplayer (edited 08-25-2005).]