Sonic State Studio / Midi/Sync Interfaces / DINSYNC MDin

Average rating: 7.0/10 out of 10

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a Professional user writes:
This unit is poorly made. Fell apart after unplugging a din cable.

Rating: 1 out of 10 posted Thursday, 09-Oct-03 at 8:34
Mike from Australia writes:
i received my MDIN today in the mail. i tested it with my TB-303 and it syncs to my computers sound card / midi interface perfectly :)

my computer has a 2.5gHz processor, 1 gig ram, pentium 4 chip and an asus p4pe motherboardchip. i use an ego-sys wami rack 24 as my sound card/midi interface. i have tested it with sonar 2.1 and it has perect syncronisation.

thanks for this great product.

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Thursday, 25-Sep-03 at 9:13
Paul from US writes:
I have positive experience with these folks.They built a custom converter for me to sync my CR-78 and TB-303 for only $50.The sync is rock solid, hooked-up to Roland's TR-707 and MC-500II,as well as Cubase VST.Have it for about 6 month already - no faults. For this money it is a good stuff. Keep rolling.

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Thursday, 25-Sep-03 at 6:48
Paul a Professional user from US writes:
I have positive experience with these folks.They built a custom converter for me to sync my CR-78 and TB-303 for only $50.The sync is rock solid, hooked-up to Roland's TR-707 and MC-500II,as well as Cubase VST.Have it for about 6 month already - no faults. For this money it is a good stuff. Keep rolling.

posted Thursday, 25-Sep-03 at 6:37
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