Kenton's Wireless MIDI And More

A brace of new products      21/08/03

Kenton's Wireless MIDI And More
LD-2 MIDI level display

Kenton are expanding their range with the introduction of several new units. First up is the
LD2 - MIDI level display
Designed primarily as a MIDI volume level indicator for synth/keyboard players, particularly those using a foot pedal for volume control. However, this handy little device can be used in any situation where a clear, accurate level display is required. XC5 - 'Hands-free' control hub
This box has 2 inputs for switch pedals, 2 inputs for variable pedals, and a breath controller input. Intended to add lots of control possibilities to your performance. Wireless MIDI system
The system consists of a transmitter, which is a small battery powered pack intended to be worn on the belt and has a MIDI In socket for connection to your keyboard or MIDI guitar, and a receiver unit, which has a MIDI Out socket and should be connected to the main synth setup. It is mainly aimed at MIDI keyboard players who want to transmit MIDI to the rest of their gear during a live stage performance, but is ideal for any musician who wants to add a new element of freedom to their playing. The system can transmit all MIDI data, including SysEx, MIDI clock and MIDI timecode.
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