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Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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DJ TOMMY a professional user from HK writes:
FAST,FAST,FAST.LOAD EVERY THING FAST THAN ANY OTHER SAMPLE.FUNCTION IS GREAT.VERY GOOD PRICE.ALMOST SAME AS E6400,E4XT.IS PERECT SAMPLER THIS FEW YEAR.I LOVE IT.BUT.....THE MANUEL IS CD.I MUST PRINT FEW DAY FOR THIS.THIS ONLY SUCK.REALLY SUCK.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Friday-Aug-11-2000 at 09:48
Ollie Williams a professional user from UK writes:
This sampler has to be the best deal available. I'm not sure about outside the uk, but I was sent 20 emu cds when I registered it. I don't think the e6400 is worth the extra money, and emus are pretty expensive to expand anyway, money much better spent on an extra sampler really. Very easy to use, great sound, wierd sample tools. I love it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-May-19-2000 at 07:00
nubey a professional user writes:
Since I'm the first, here is a broad statement sure to engage:

E-mu samplers are the best made, Akai's all sound much much more mechanical ie. not organic, their filters are all thin and vitually useless, Where my E-mu sounds rounded and organic, and doesn't lop off half the bass when sampled as my akai used to love to do. All in all, you get a better sampler, more features, american written manual (as opposed to the engrish (spelling wrong on purpose) that you get from Japanese companies). Easy interface, and cheaper too, you make the call, Less features, worse sound, crap manuals, more expensive too, so why do all of you so called pro's keep buying the akai pap?

E-mu is the way to go, and it reads akai samples anyway -- so no reason at all to ever buy more jap-junk.

This sampler is the best I've ever used, bar none.. 5 marks..

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-02-2000 at 19:29
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