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Average rating: 4.8 out of 5
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Oprah a part-time user from Chicago writes:
This is a really great unit especially for the price.

Perfect for real instrument sounds. Piano's organs, drums, basses, percussion, strings are mostly excellent.

Also has a really easy to use interface. I was creating songs with this after having it about two days.

While I love programming, sometimes it's great to have ready made sounds at your finger tips.

Blows away anything in double or maybe even triple it's price range. (I paid $425)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-29-2001 at 15:35
Adam a part-time user from Australia writes:
Recently bought one of these units second hand for $750 Australian which is pretty good value considering a Roland JV1080 goes for $1200 Australian upwards.

It has a very clean sound. The fx are good, its easy to edit. If you need some good quality 'real world' sounds at a good price then look no further.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Jul-06-2001 at 04:38
DJ TOMMY a professional user from HONG KONG writes:
I JUST BUY MR RACK FROM THE STUDIO IN USA.TURN IT UP.CHECK THE SOUND IS SO GOOD.I GOT JV-2080.BUT I THINK I WILL USE MORE MR RACK.SOUND BETTER.NICE EFFECT.CAN EDIT.EASY USE.I LOVE THIS GUY MR RACK.AR ONE THING.AUTO CHANCE VOLTAGE.HERE IS 220V.GEAT....

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jun-09-2000 at 15:00
David Hoffman a professional user from USA writes:
This is an excellent unit! It sounds great.

REALIABILITY: Haven't had any real problems in the year I've owned it. The OS can get a little quirky from time to time, just turning it off and on again clears it up.

SOUNDS: FANTASTIC. Wide range of sounds covering just about every instrument you could ever want or need. Very clean and professional sounding. Built in effects unit is fantastic. You can use a dedicated reverb, chorus, and 1 effect from a wide selection at one time across multiple sounds. The Stereo Grand Piano is soooo sweet to play. Killer strings, realistic drum kits with a wide variety to chose from.

WORKSTATION / INTERFACE: Easy to get around, neat Soundfinder knobs make finding sounds and change parms a breeze. Performance is a collection of 16 onboard sounds & parameters. Not just 16 "parts" or "waveforms" that comprise a boards cool sounds (like alot of other units) but 16 actual sounds comprise of various "parts".

OVERALL: A truly great unit. I would buy it again in a second and will probably never part with it. Worth every penny.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Dec-18-1998 at 12:26
clminear@aol.com a professional user from 0 writes:
I had considered a JV-1080 but got a good deal on the MR-Rack. I am very, very pleased with it, especially with its ease of use. I felt the factory settings only touch on its ability, and am looking forward to tweeking or obtaining new sounds. I'm hoping to find more end-all piano, electro-piano (ala Rolandesque) sounds so I don't have to layer with my other instruments as well.

Many of the stock sounds which I first heard suffered from what I considered sea-sick chorusing - In fact, until I learned that it was the chorus and not the sample, I almost passed on the unit, but with a little tweeking in performance mode, I have been able to clean this up. I highly recommend this unit to anyone. I'm particularly intereseted in obtaining 'praise and worship' sounds, again powerful elect./accoustic pianos and pads.

I hope Ensoniq keeps up with the trend and markets and perfects this wonderful box like they have with other products - Let's convince em to take on Roland all the way, I think they can do it - especially if they don't lose their eye on customer support which has served me splendidly for 10+ years. Please

Ensoniq, don't go the way of Arp and put all your eggs in the 'Paris' basket.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:38
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