Synth Site: Casio: CZ101 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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Tomotronik a hobbyist user from S. Africa writes:
Its all been said here, but if your CZ goes wacky look underneath and stick a match in the cone shped indented hole, all the lights will flash on the keyboard and the thing will be back to squre one and reset (It wont affect stored sounds on the memory card if you own one) -tom

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Feb-19-2002 at 02:58
Zoloboy a professional user from Austin writes:
My band uses four of these and all but one have memory problems! Our formerly most reliable one finally crapped out. Someone said that the batteries have to be left in to retain sounds, but this wasn't necessary for us in the past. I once tried to have a tech replace the internal battery, but he couldn't find it. It seems even a memory cartridge does nothing because a faulty-memory CZ won't recognize the patches on it after a while. It's just such a pain in the ass to bulid a song around a patch and then lose it after a week or two! Does anyone have an intimate knowledge of CZ memory quirks and how to remedy them? Doesn't seem like anyone has adequately addressed this problem....

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Feb-17-2002 at 13:49
Charlie from Sweden writes:
A cheap machine. Warm sounding, good for bass, pads, leads. Very easy to edit the sounds. No sub-menus. Not as raw as the DX series. This machine suits almost every kind of electronic music. The keyboard is better than it looks. DO NOT use a shoulder strap when you play.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jan-20-2002 at 12:23
chris patterson a hobbyist user from Harrow-UK writes:
1984. 345 english pounds worth of digital heaven wonderful string sounds with hardly any tweaking. change a wave is all it takes. Still in regular use for background textures in my tiny little studio.Pisses all over the DX7 if you can spare a little time and effort. Feargal Sharkey said he used it to write songs with while he was on the bus.Must've looked a complete twat. I also have a casio SK.1 just to prove that not everything casio touched turned to gold.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Dec-31-2001 at 09:13
giovanni alexi a hobbyist user from jacksonville FL,USA writes:
I am looking to buy one in mint condition for around $50-$80 us dollers.I will pay for it but only COD as I have cash but never bought a casio by mail from another individual.Please email me with your offers and I will grab the closest to Florida I can.By the way,CZ101 has built in lithium battery so no you do not need to leave D batteries in it to save patches.Youre thinking of KORG POLY800 first edition.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-17-2001 at 13:14
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