Synth Site: Casio: HT700: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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dollfullofrivets a professional user from U.S.A. writes:
A friend of mine had one when we were younger (5th grade or so). And I remember sitting around and playing it for hours. It was fun to change the sounds and what not. He also had an SK-5 (spoiled?). But it was the HT700 that made me jealous. I miss it. If anyone is selling, I am willing to buy. Let me know.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Saturday-Apr-07-2001 at 19:37
sonoman a hobbyist user from USA writes:
the ht-700, awesome machine, but maybe someone can help me how to use all the midi stuff? i just have no clue, thanks

snmn

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-03-2001 at 16:40
giovanni alexi a hobbyist user from usa writes:
I had this keyboard more than 5 times and now as an avid collector,am hurting for one...again!It does have some cheezy sounds and rhythms but the custom drum/chord and sound synth made it a great music tool for my budding interest in multitracking at a cheep price.The display sucks so I always retrofit a backlite so I can see in the dark.I am looking in my town of jacksonville florida but cant find one yet.please email me if any one has one for sale or wants a pentium 200mmx computer for it.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Aug-26-2000 at 16:42
Brian Andrew Marek a professional user from the United States writes:
If loving this synth is wrong, I don't wanna be right. I just used it on some sessions for my band's second album! I just wish I could find RAM cards (nobody ever seems to have any luck finding these things - it makes you wonder if they really existed in the first place!!!)

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Mar-25-2000 at 22:44
p kent a professional user from Cardiff Ish writes:
eburda007 is bang on. The info on the main page is a bit wrong - the HT700 has 3 oscs which resond to 3 different midi channels, for instance - and the outputs aren't that noisy, esp if you have a good gate and you turn the internal chorus off.

Cut a long story short, you can go from beeps to fat solid basslines, howling resonant lines (just add a distortion pedal) to plain warm analog strings. For best results use some external fx and run the thing off MIDI.

Forget the presets in general and get programming - only downside is that the waveforms exhibit a bit of sampling artefacts, and the noise on the outputs (probably about -40dB or so), and the way no param data is sent by midi.

Oh, and the keys have a habit of falling off. And drums are the usual 4bit rubbish. But the rest of it is cool.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Feb-01-2000 at 14:04
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