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#97054 - 05/10/05 08:15 AM Re: Need of criticisms about Arranger Keyboards
trident Offline
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Registered: 08/22/04
Posts: 1457
Loc: Athens, Greece
The prices in that shop seem low

#97055 - 05/10/05 10:02 AM Re: Need of criticisms about Arranger Keyboards
nardoni2002 Offline

Registered: 08/12/02
Posts: 673
Loc: malaga, spain
my only complaint from this store,,i paid a lot extra for express delivery (£85) (3 days) but it took 11 days,i should have paid the £25,it will have taken the same time,complaint was ignored,mike

#97056 - 05/10/05 11:55 AM Re: Need of criticisms about Arranger Keyboards
jamman Offline

Registered: 08/24/04
Posts: 666
Loc: City of Angels in the golden s...
Originally posted by i-Moi:
Thanks so much for your help, I really appreciate.
Finally, since the Yamaha PSR-1500 and the Korg PA-50 both fit my needs (regarding the sounds and functions), the question has become more "which one of these machines have the best audio outputs for a pro live use ?". Thanks again and have all a good day.


PA 50.(great output with no noise).

sound wise much better than psr 1500.
but psr 1500 is easier to use.(output should be OK too)
sound /func wise--
read this.

[This message has been edited by jamman (edited 05-10-2005).]

#97057 - 05/10/05 10:39 PM Re: Need of criticisms about Arranger Keyboards
adimatis Offline
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Registered: 01/28/05
Posts: 1159
Loc: Oradea, RO
when it comes about outputs, for sure more means better if you are in the studio work.
if you are performing live, probably you don t need more than 2 outs (R,L).
i believe korg delivers a good quality outputs, probably better than psr 1500, but anyway, you dont have to worry too much about this. i rarely have heard about someone having problems in this area.
Yamaha S770, Studio One 3, EMU 0404USB, ESI, ATH, Dell. And others.

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