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Average rating: 3.8 out of 5
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Ah'ren Ohm a professional user writes:
Extremely clean sounds, if your going through a nice tube amp that can handle punchiness and a range of sounds all at once, sounds good. 16 drum, cymbal and percussional sounds (cowbell adds a lot of groove). For usually $150 as opposed to let say between $800 and $1200 to get a 808 or 909, pretty good deal if you ask me. 11 volume sliders and individual outputs are some features. The usual x0x type sequencing which is awesome, and a screen to keep track of what' going on.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Nov-09-1998 at 13:37
Wysper a professional user from USA writes:
Of all my equipment, the 707 is one of the best things. I don't care that I can't get the analoge adjustments, it really doesn't need it. The Kick is weak, but the snares are phat. And I just have to tell you guys, the HH are not the same as the 909, but the closed hat on the 707 is almost the exact same as the 808... just the 808's is a little more tinny. All in all, for about 150$, this thing is a good time. If you have one, keep it. I foresee that the 707 will be as big as the 808 or 909 in a short while... especially since so many of the companies are releasing junky sounding drum boxes lately

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Sep-05-1998 at 13:36
stormtroop23 from midwest writes:
funky little machine for a cheap price.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Sep-03-1998 at 17:43
Cheryl from Canada writes:
I have the TR707 and have used it part time on a professional but have misplaced the manual. I would appreciate anyone who can supply me with one or a copy of one. Please send me a message on-line. Thanks.

posted Monday-Aug-24-1998 at 16:50
Tony a hobbyist user from US writes:
I like it because it sounds just like a drum machine. I'd rather have a simple user interface instead of endless variety in the sounds. Besides, there are the individual outs. I use it to get a Moog Source synced with the MIDI stuff, and I'm totally happy with it. Beats trying to step write with an HR-16!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:10
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