MESSE11: Kenton New Products

Nifty USB-MIDI without computer      11/04/11

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Havent seen Kenton for a little while, but they've been busy developing a few new products.

First up is the Eurorack version of the ProSolo - the classic MIDI/CV controller (£195)

Next is the MIDI USB HOST - which allows you to plug any class compliant USB MIDI device in one end and get MIDI output - which means you dont need  a host computer in the chain. (£85ish)

Also, there's a new  retrofit board for Mono synths - they havent built any of those for some years, but now the new version has a few extra feaures, including a tollerant power supply that can adapt to your host synth voltage, making it a simpler fit - although they do recommend you should have a service engineer put it in. (£195)

 

 

 

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4 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Brian from USA    Said...

Since mfrs now leave MIDI jacks off their USB controllers for $100 you can add MIDI back with this Kenton box...do I have that right? Cool idea.

11-Apr-11 11:07 AM


Nick B    Said...

Sort of, you can if you arent already using the USB slot to connect to your computer.

11-Apr-11 12:32 PM


hello    Said...

I love that usb to midi host!!

11-Apr-11 04:01 PM


DBM    Said...

USB to midi Host SWEEEEEEEEEETTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!!

11-Apr-11 07:47 PM


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