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Average rating: 4.2 out of 5
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bubbaloha a professional user from HI writes:
This is a way cool sampler with its own limitations for sure, but also very capable. The key to getting full potential out of this baby is having a handful of 5v smartmedia cards so you can have tons of samples all set to load easily. one card holds up to 35 mins of samples in lo-fi2 mode... and even 4&1/2 mins of samples in hi-fi mode. four and half minutes of hi-fi sample on each card. wow! you can usually find em over at ebay....if you are a workin dj like me, you probably already have a box full of em ;-) This sampler is small solidly built and works like a charm if you dont ask it to do miracles. Pretty amazing device. btw, the SP-303 is NOT as cool. its not as easy to use as the SP-202 and doesnt have the same feel to it. SP-202 was one of those products that turned out to be better than planned and packed a lot of value and function in a very small box.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-15-2003 at 15:40
jesse a professional user from england - london writes:
this is 'cloudeads' weapon of choice. combine this with a technics 1200 turnable, and put each through a different channel on a dj scratch mixer for the perfect 'live' set-up

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-23-2003 at 17:25
Rob a part-time user from US writes:
I have been using 4 of these puppies in tandem for about 2 years now, and even tho I have several rack samplers (emu,roland,akai) i just love using my SP-202s. with 4 of them, i feel that i definately have a secret weapon in my sound arsenal. people ask me what kind of cool sampler that is, and i tell em and they want to buy themselves at least one. At todays current prices for these, you simply cannot go wrong imho. A very easy and fun sampler! 5/5!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jun-29-2003 at 23:01
Definition a professional user from Ploanet ill writes:
My keyboard recently broke and all I have is my sp202 and a sequencer. For the price this thing is great the effects sound good except for the delay and the editing is alright it's very simple but gets the job done if used right you can make some killin tracks on this thing it just needs a sequencer and resampling. Can anyone tell me how toset the midi channel I lost my manual and forgot how to email me please

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-May-05-2003 at 18:17
blindandcrippledlamb a hobbyist user from us writes:
this is the first sampler i've ever had so maybe i'm just naive but this thing is a super value. I mean i got one off of ebay with a smart card for less than $100. its pretty stable too. ive been abusing it and dropping it like mad and the volume knob is the only thing that popped off and it just popped back on easily. it could be because i use it for more expermintal gritty lo fi stuff that it's working out so well, but honestly i compose more stuff straight on the sampler messing around when i'm drunk at 3 am then on fruityloops or acid. also its just really fun to record bad 80's funk bass solos on the lowest rate and then ring mod it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Mar-11-2003 at 20:13
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