Synth Site: Korg: T3 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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FRANK PEREZ a hobbyist user from SAN JUAN ,PUERTO RICO writes:
LE AGRADECERE A ALGUNA PERSONA QUE ME AYUDE A PROGRAMAR EL KORG T-3 A ESTE SE LE CAMBIO EL FLOPPY DISK DRIVE Y ME SALA "ERROR:DRIVE NOT READY" TAL PARECE QUE FALTA PROGRAMARLO .TAMBIEN LOS FLOPPY DISKS (T SERIES RAM)APARENTAN ESTAR DEFECTUOSO AGRADECERE ALGUNA FORMA DE ADQUIRIRLOS GRACIAS POR SU INTERES . FRANK

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Apr-22-2004 at 07:13
Dave a hobbyist user from England writes:
The keyboard action was/is good for a synth.

I'm not too impressed with the control panel though. I tend to treat it carefully and it sort of encourages careful use.

The sounds were a revelation and some still cut a rug!

Does anyone know if it is possible to replace the battery and whether this is a DIY job?

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jan-15-2004 at 18:03
tommy from texas writes:
I'm an old road warrior from way back..Used a T3 korg. After going into retirement, I let the battery go down..lost all my info and master disk..tried to download factory from the korg site but my T3 gives me a [error memory overflow].Not sure if my old disk drive would still work even if i ordered a new master factory disk.. Help! I'm coming out of retirement!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jul-28-2002 at 18:38
paul a professional user from UK writes:
Had similar T2, unfortunately was stolen from flat, good synth, used live, scoring and design. Replaced with Trinity ProX, 48kHz sampling keyboard. Mentioning this because Trinity replacement Triton is 32 kHz sampling, thought you may like to know that.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Mar-12-2002 at 05:34
Don a professional user from Seattle, USA writes:
Dave V: Wow, you must have gotten a bad one. I would say the exact opposite: this is the most reliable keyboard I've ever owned. I bought mine new right after the NAMM show it was introduced at, Jan 1990. I used on countless shows, gigs, tours, sessions, etc., dragging it around the world - literally. I finally sold it in 2001, but in 11+ years, I NEVER had any problem with it. Never even replaced the back up battery. When I first bought it, it had a noisy output, but after having the cold solder redone at the shop, that was it. When it was on a plane or bus, it was in a flight case. But I dragged it around town myself in a soft case. Sounds like yours was a lemon, Dave. Either that or mine was the exception to the rule. I loved my T3, am very sorry I sold it, and am on the look out for one in excellent-to-mint condition to have it back again. Anyone out there have serial # 3256??!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Feb-19-2002 at 22:27
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