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I think your idea of using powered studio monitors is the right one. They generally sound way better than a "keyboard amp" and you've already said you don't need a lot of volume. I can't vouch for the particular monitors you mention, but my Alesis M1 Active MkIIs have been serving me well for playin...
I have an JL Cooper MSB Rev II. I gotta say, it works but it has one of the most arcane user interfaces I've ever had in a piece of gear. The owner's manual is a must. Its not difficult per-se, but its not at all intuitive either. OTOH, once you get a number of presets programmed into it, you don't ...
- Tue Apr 28, 2009 6:44 pm
- Forum: General Synthesizers
- Topic: Do Audio Demos Affect Your Purchases?
- Replies: 35
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Demos play into it. But so do a lot of other things: Product manuals -- I pour over them to make sure it can do what I need it to do and to get an idea about its useability and what its going to be like to live with it. Internet forum talk about reliability. This is an important consideration for me...