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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Luciano a professional user from usa writes:
This by far the BEST sampler I have EVER OWNED...I had the S5000...got rid of it once I laid my hands on this unit......the sound ..INCREDIBLE.....simple to use.....GREAT TECH SUPPORT...and the options available BEAT AKAI TO DEATH!!!!if you want to save money in the long run...SAVE YOUR LOOT and buy the E4XT ULTRA..or else you will find yourself paying twice as much to upgrade the cheaper versions(E6400 ULTRA)...for 2800 bucks ..I really got my monies worth ..and then some....dont waste any more time reading reviews for other companies because THERE IS NO COMPETITION.....those yamaha A5000 samplers are basically like having an ensoniq ASR-X in a RACKMOUNT....and dont hold their value for SHIT...too hard to use as well..the AKAI sucks compared to this piece...even with more memory and direct to disk recording....BUY IT...peace

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Sep-20-2000 at 12:24
Clarence a professional user from USA writes:
The best sampler I've ever used. Easier to use than an Akai or a Roland. And those filters are amazing!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Feb-26-2000 at 23:05
Clarence a professional user from Philadelphia, PA writes:
Right out of the box, this sampler will knock your socks off. You get 9 sample CDs (vol 1 to 9 of the EIIIx library) and a bunch of sampled sounds already preloaded on the hard disk. From a very nice piano (one high and low velocity sample for every 3 keys on the keyboard) to outrageous sweeping pads, deep basses, and sounds that play differently (in a subtle way) every time you hit the same note, this box will get your creative juices flowing right away. There is a bit reducer, automatic looping tool (BeatMunger), Aphex Aural exciter, and a slew of fx... and tons more.

I got the Orbit/Phatt card with mine and the sounds are just phenomenal. You can save $1000 by buying this $200 card instead of getting the separate modules. There are more cards to come. I also ordered an ESynth card but have not received it from Sweetwater yet.

The EOS is so easy to use you hardly need the manual. Much easier to figure out than my Akai S2800 (or Mirage).

I like the convenience of buying an all-in-one sampler like this. For three grand, it is worth every penny.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Feb-26-2000 at 23:01
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