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#195641 - 03/08/01 12:53 PM Technics or Korg?
karl44 Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 03/08/01
Posts: 15
Loc: Spain
Hello friends, I am new in this forum. I'm going to buy an arranger jeyboard. I have seen KN-6000 and Yamaha PSR9000, they are the best, but they are too much money for me.

So, probably I will choose between TECHNICS KN-5000 and KORG PA-80. Technics seems nice and easy of use, Korg has better sounds and more modern.

I doubt... someone may help me?

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#195642 - 03/08/01 01:29 PM Re: Technics or Korg?
Clif Anderson Offline
Member

Registered: 02/17/00
Posts: 532
Hi Karl

All four keyboards you mention are excellent keyboards. I think the Technics KN-5000 is the only one lacking Vocal Harmony, which is nice if you sing.

Clif

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#195643 - 03/08/01 01:35 PM Re: Technics or Korg?
vic83 Offline
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Registered: 12/31/69
Posts: 610
Loc: Florida
go for the PA-80 because it kinda contains new sounds and manly TRITON's engine "HI".

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#195644 - 03/08/01 06:35 PM Re: Technics or Korg?
Beakybird Offline
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Registered: 01/27/01
Posts: 2220
They are selling Yamaha PSR 740's on eBay in bulk for $825 (plus necessary AC adapter). Music123.com sells the adapter and footpedal (Survival Kit) for $25. The PSR 740 has almost all the sounds and almost all of the styles of the PSR 9000. The PSR 9000 has many features that make it a superior keyboard, but you can get so much for $850, I think it's incredible. And the PSR 740 has a vocalizer. The Korg has the vocalizer as an option. The PSR 740 has more drum fills per style than the Korg.

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