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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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don't think so from korg mania writes:
b3tech must be not digging the TRINITY, well trinity deserves to be handled by the pro. and the people who appreciate it. if it's not that good why all pro in the TV and Stage use it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-03-2000 at 13:48
Racer-V3 a part-time user from Vildo writes:
In Feb., I bought the Trinty V3. This thing is off the hook. It has the 6 Moss voices the HDR, PBS, and the SCSI option on it. It has insert effects that makes it hotter than it already is. With the Trinty V3, you will be having Sweet Silvery dreams. If you get it with the options, it might even make you moist. Peace

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Apr-05-2000 at 12:18
Wilyjanto, SE a professional user from Indonesia writes:
Well, I just want to add some praise for the trinity, I have several keyboards, KORG i3, X5D, Roland XP-80 and a Trinity... I simply said I love Trinity most!!!! It's my dream workstation. I love the sound and the insert effect. I don't sequence song from the internal sequencer but midied from my XP-80 that has much more power for sequencing.. I love most the sounds.. the only disapoinment I got is the sax sound, I still prefer the O1/w sax...

well I'm going to use this synth for years... or eveb for eternity!!! I' reall glad that I make the right decision, I choose Trinity rather than Triton!! well, this is one othe most beautiful, durable and classic synth ever been made by KORG..

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-06-2000 at 11:50
Lenti Lenko a professional user from Australia writes:
I sold my Trinity Plus for a Triton but if I was rich I would have held on to it and used both- so many people simply look at the Triton as an 'updated' Trinity, but whilst they share heaps of similarities, they really are 2 different instruments from 2 different times.

Many people ask if they should sell their Trinity to get a Triton because of the new features such as the increased polyphony, sampler and arpeggiators etc. My advice is if you don't absolutely require the new Triton features, then hold on to your Trinity because soundwise they are 'much of a muchness!'.

Now that the Triton is out, you could pick up a used Trinity for an absolute bargain but be quick as I have the feeling that about 10-15 years down the track, this is going to become a classic synthe! Yes really- the Triton might have improved some of the Trinity features but the Trinity started it all with the touchscreen and massive effects capabilites (and lets not forget the best S&S sound in the business!- this is IMHO).

The Trinity is the best looking synthe around and it actually has a better build quality than the Triton!

Mabey one day, I might buy another Trinity to use with the Triton. Oh well, that's if I win the lotto!!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-25-2000 at 05:25
Jay Pee Dubyer a hobbyist user from UK writes:
A very useful machine - the base model is a great, easy to use S+S synth that just happens to have a brilliant sequencer and a rack of high-quality, versatile effects on board. Add to this the modelling guts of the Prophecy, 8MB of non-volatile sample memory, a 4 track hard disk recorder and SCSI, S/PDIF and ADAT interfacery and you have a modern classic on your hands. Truly a silver dream machine.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Aug-08-1999 at 18:19
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