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Average rating: 3.7 out of 5
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RAY+ a professional user from THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX writes:
Peter wrote:"The JV1080 is not what I'd call a highly programmable synth. And oh yeah, hows the sequencer on the 1080....huh? Exactly. They both have their purposes."

You obviously don't know what you are talking about. By the way the The MC-505 GROOVEPLOP, has the same identical synth engine as the JV1080. I agree with Fritzie, that the grooveplops are for lazy people who can't or won't program their own patterns into a sequencer. With my JV2080(tecno expansion board/60's & 70's board), AN1X, YAMAHA A3000, and Cakewalk, I can kick any "grooveplop's" ass!! Granted, I will spend some time getting it together, but HEY, I won't sound like everyone else!!!!! Ha ha ha!! Teh heh!

||boom boom boom boom||(repeat)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Nov-27-1999 at 07:02
Jimmy a part-time user from USA writes:
>>The JV1080 is not what I'd call a highly programmable synth. And oh yeah, hows the sequencer on the 1080....huh? Exactly. They both have their purposes.>>

WHOA! excuse you..obviously you never used a Jv/Xp synth properly, or else you'd know anythings possible..100x more programmable then a Mc303..more likely like an expandable digital modular..

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Saturday-Nov-27-1999 at 00:42
Peter a professional user from Canada writes:
The JV1080 is not what I'd call a highly programmable synth. And oh yeah, hows the sequencer on the 1080....huh? Exactly. They both have their purposes.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Nov-27-1999 at 00:25
Fritzie a part-time user from Benelux writes:
This a made for people who are too lazy to program a REAL synth like a JV1080. It may sound good but this is very instant and superficial... Preset-machines like these are responsable for all those boring and simple dancetracks on cheap compilation cd's...

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Thursday-Nov-25-1999 at 06:30
Anonymous from NA writes:
I just got one used a few days ago for 320 which also come with the owner video

Play around for a while and this is my opinion. I boost up the low frequency button in the back to the max to see how thumping this can get. To my disappointment, it was as thin as the Korg ER-1. Went thru the preset and my feeling was oops another 320 went out the window since I can not return this unit.

Well since where I stay there not a lot of room so I pack up the unit and stuff in the closet.

I can not said it's a bad unit since I spend only about 30 minutes with the unit. However, I got this unit hoping this would inspire me to make music but it fail miserably for me.

I should have taken the advice of the posts here but I guess I want to experience it myself. Lucky I did not pay the full price 499 for it new. At least now I has got rid of my crave for one of those techno groove box RM1X, MC505, EG101, etc.... I only wish I have invest that 320 into some other gears. Well another reminder to me that you get what you paid for.

May be one of this day when I have nothing to do I'll spend more time with it. But as of right now, I can not see it happening as I am kinda bump out. Just my .02 cents. Please no flame as this is the what coming out of my own ears as your may varies.

Keep on rockin'........

posted Thursday-Oct-14-1999 at 17:54
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