Synth Site: casio: MT400V: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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Andrey Gratchev a hobbyist user from Moscow Russia writes:
Very impressive instrument, sounds very spacey and one can adjust great amount of various colors in the sound. I wish I could upgrade it with Midi! Anyway,nice thing to play psychedelic experiments with!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jan-01-2002 at 15:59
George Skordilis, Piccolo Recording Studio a professional user from Athens, Greece writes:
This little synth is my first ever and proved to be something like first love: everlasting! Extraordinary value-for-money (if you can find a second-hand machine nowadays), "piece-of-cake" easy-to-use filter section (interestingly enough affecting everything, from auto accompaniment to the built in white noise generator) and strange sounds. What else could you want? Although no MIDI exists, I'm recording small portions of bass, chords or solo sounds in wav files, then synchronizing, looping and effecting them through Cubase and other software. This little toy will follow me for ever (especially now that I've just opened it, cleaned it up and fixed some faulty things...). I love it!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jul-21-2001 at 05:01
David Waldman a hobbyist user from Silver Spring, MD writes:
Come here, Dr. Watson. I have discovered cheeez! And feature-packed cheeez at that. Perhaps the most obscure of all the Casio dairy product, if not the rarest. Sideways butt-ugly, but strangely charming nonetheless. The detachable speakers make it look like a cross between a Porsche 911 and a fiddler crab. Nice feature alert #1: individual volume sliders for all elements and #2: noise fluctuation controllable with speed slider, or will follow tempo of rhythm (!). WAAAAY easier to use than the even more feature-packed HT-700. Brie!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jan-16-2001 at 19:37
giovanni alexi a hobbyist user from usa writes:
I got one at flea market and it was warped from the sun,keys hard to play due to this fact.If you have a cheap casio with more recent mid keyboard action that uses a metal keybed instead of the inbuilt plastic one one the mt400v among others of that era,you can cut and retrofit the later models metal keyboard action to fix this annoying defect.The unit it self was great with filter section for sound and patterns.I did not know you could hack the internal sounds on this keyboard if not I would not have sold it back at the flea market!!!I hack older mid 80s casios for rare unique sounds not accessable from front panel

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Aug-26-2000 at 17:27
a part-time user writes:
This baby is very usefull. I made an extra input on the filtersection, so I can run my Instruments, mixes etc through the filter. Open it up and screw around with the potmeters, makes it sound more agressive. If you see one cheapo pick it up!!!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jul-22-2000 at 02:21
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