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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Sid a part-time user from USA writes:
Yes, similar to Kaoss, but way way beyond and very different too. If you like the Kaoss pad concept you will absolutely go nuts for the D-2. This thing is very under-rated. It has one of the most friendly and intuitive user interfaces that I have ever seen. You can play with this D-2 for hours without ever crackin the manual just by pure experimentation. I cant believe how much value is packed into this little gem. Looks kind of goofey, but hey it operates in such a way that it is like no other piece of gear.....and btw, I love my Kaoss Pad too. You can use it blind-folded. That's good for me. :}}

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Mar-16-2002 at 19:14
gerbrand a hobbyist user from Netherlands writes:
Actually I bought the D2 just for having fun next to my XP-50. When I came home I started to play and after a few hours I started reading the manual. I can tell you.. The D2 can do A LOT! I'm still learning everything and I think it will take a while. The small display (too small) doesn't make the interface very user-friendly (whyt not a LCD with a few more characters Roland?). The sounds are great and with the use of my XP-50 I can create or modify patterns very easy. If anyone can tell me more about midi-implementation, I'll be happy to hear about it so please mail me. My conclusion is that this little box has great sounds, a lot of functions and it gives a lot of fun, but the user-interface could be better (especially for a real-time performance groovebox).

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Mar-07-2002 at 18:50
Midi a professional user from USA writes:
Wow, i wish it was Blue but I think im gonna keep it anyway, this D-Field is more fun than the D-Beam on the MC505, and for a closeout price of $219 from American Musical it was a GREAT deal!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Mar-03-2002 at 07:12
Rodney a part-time user writes:
Im giving this puppy a BIG 5 for 3 reasons:

1.) Its got the killer sounds of the MC-505!! 2.) It has an inovative control surface with the D-Field controller. 3.) The Price is ver very low for what this does!

I bought this for a keyboard friend who is Blind now and Im hoping I can get him back into playin music with this D-Field controller. I think he will go nuts for it. Thanks Roland for coming up with a different way to play!! I love the D2 and I dont care if its orange or pink or whatever. This thing kicks ass!! I love products that do a lot for little money!! This product is a lot more innovative than people realize. Im just beginning to see the potential.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-27-2002 at 19:12
John a part-time user from USA writes:
its pretty good for what it is. I am not not into the groove as much but it is a synth module w/ a sequncer. I give this a 3.5 overall really. namely i wish it had more sounds less dance oriented and it was more user friendly, i got the hang of it after 2-3 months but still dont know eveyhting on how to edit from the midi-controller. not the d-field use. still it touches on something that not many other machines have, the synth module/seqencer thing. good job roland, work on this and expand please and u will get more $

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Nov-06-2001 at 06:01
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