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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Manny Rodriguez a part time user from Panama (stationed overseas) writes:
As a sampler, the ASR-10 is without a doubt a damn good piece of work. Too bad the same can't be said about the company. Their customer support sucks!!

As a new musician, I would call about compatibility with an external HD and by the time I was done talking to them, I was more confused then when I called them. I went out and bought a Syquest EZ-135, and all is now fine. Another thing is there's many a time that you're in the middle of a good sequence and you get an error message and have to reboot. Frustrating as hell !!! As a sampler though, it kicks ass!! I've gotten flawless loops and sounds with it.

And what the hell were they thinking when they released it w/ only 2 MB RAM!! I upgraded it to the maximum 16 MB available within months of purchasing it. Oh, and when are they ever gonna release a newer OS for the damn thing?!?! Overall: I love the ASR-10, but as far as ENSONIQ (the company) is concerned, my vote is w/ Anthony Primerano and him believing that they are without a doubt the worst f*cking company out there. Out!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:39
Mike Jameson a hobbyist user from Abu Dhabi writes:
The ASR10 must be one of the most innovative machines ever built.

However the Boffins and the Marketing Boys just dont cut it do they.Who

can do anything without SCSI and at least 10 Meg of memory as standard and

with a fully loaded machine does everyone agree there should be some cooling

fan in there, Im on my third Motherboard already, no wonder then is there

That Ensoniq dont ship with with expanded Memory.

While were at it ,have we ever got a straight answer on compatible

Storage Media,my God what a performance,finally Iomega got them out of the

Shit on that one. What I truly believe is that Ensoniq need a good Business Consultant

in to find out exactly what we need and someone to price it right without

underspeccing us. There have I said it all... Marks ASR10 concept 5/5 Ensoniq well er 0

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:39
Michel Makarenkov a hobbyist user from Russia writes:
ASR-10 is probably going to be one of the most popular instrument in my country, but it's a pitty - when it import non ASR sounds [for example - AKAI] - there is not enought memory.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:39
CARLOS(D.J.STYLES)GARZA a professional user from USA >>>>HOUSTON,TEXAS writes:
I THINK THE ASR 10 IS A GREAT SAMPLER! I USE AN MPC 3000 AS A SEQIENCER FOR THE ASR AND WE REALLY NEVER HAVE HAD A PROBLEM WITH IT BEFORE I THINK SINCE I MAX'ED IT OUT IT GAVE ME AN ERROR, BUT OTHER THAN THAT IT WORKS PRETTY GOOD! I HOPE IT DOESN'T GIVE ANY PROBLEMS BECOAUSE I'M CONSIDERING BUYING ANOTHER ONE FROM THEM!!! PLEASE ENSONIQ HELP YOUR PEOPLE OUT IF YOU READ THIS I WOULD REALLY HATE FOR YOU GUY'S TO GO OUT OF BUSINESS!! THAN YOU, D.J. STYLES

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:39
Techniq a professional user from US writes:
The ASR-10 is the phattest!!There it is! One thing, faster loading, faster processor

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:39
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