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Average rating: 4.8 out of 5
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winton king a hobbyist user from canada writes:
I can't find my manual and I need a lesson on how to record on my pk2000. I realize I need an application to take the inrynfo off the floppy disk, but that is step two. Let me know if you have a manual or know the easy steps. Thanks Kath

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Monday-Nov-21-2011 at 14:49
AFH a hobbyist user from Turkey writes:
I own a GEM Promega3 digi piano and just wanted to buy sth for accompaniment. I got it quite cheap, but the keyboard has grown on me day by day. I have never encountered with such easy to use semi pro instrument and the screen angle adjustment looks really cool. You will not find this screen design with later technics models, very neat, indeed! KN2000 is a milestone if you consider the whole KN family. This is the most eccentric model to me. Malet and Electro piano kind sounds are killer. You go and but 3000 USD keyboards and wouldn't get these kind of authentic warm sounds. Well done Technics team at that time. It has already become a classic instrument...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Dec-21-2010 at 11:56
Phil Pelletier a part-time user from england writes:
The disk drive on my beloved KN1000 packed up, so I bought what I thought would be a much better instrument - a KN2400, I found many of the rhythms useless, and the strings and piano sounds awful, so after being told that Technics changed the souunds, I went backwards to a KN5000 with much the same result, on then to a KN3000 which had some better sounds, but still not good. I now have a KN2000 and most of the usable sounds are better and the rhythms more usable. I have at last found a great, versatile usable keyboard.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-13-2008 at 07:47
Hakan Kemal a professional user from Sydney writes:
I brought my KN2000 when it first hit the market in 98. Strangely I fell in love with the machine when i had first glanced at it. It cost me $4000 Au at the time. The realistic bass setup and Piano sounds had me going. I had owned previous Keyboards ever since my early teens Korg, Roland, Yamaha but nothing quite ever matched the realistic Wave sounds and patterns of the kn2000. I have brought number of keyboards after this one but i still never let go of the Kn2000 for some reason, I now use it as a top up instrutument when performing. The only drawback however, is that this model was not in Arabic scale. So I had to get a Roland Persian MIDI Sound Rack which took away most of the functions. Lack of disk storage and time it took to upload sounds was another problem in those days. A few problems I had experience was a faulty upper octave key wich let me down on one of my performing nights, Dust had accumilated inside the keys and wasnt making electrical contact, they are succeptable to dust, espeacially the speakers can make tingling noises after a while. Another failure was the Floppy DDrive was not reading disks after the Rubber band became loose. I have fixed these problems as i am a Techguy. Despite these few problems my keyboard is still going good in its 10th year and hope to keep it for another 10 years until it kicks the bucket.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-09-2008 at 19:04
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This keyboard is really nice and easy to use, I am trying to sell it,, it is in excellent condition barely ever used , it is listed on ebay if ur interested....

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Mar-28-2008 at 22:39
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