Synth Site: Yamaha: DJX: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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Jay Grinder a part-time user from Oblivion, USA writes:
This machine is pure joy. It's limited and it has it's drawbacks but for the price, the DJX can't be beat. It's the toy for the pro and the wannabe's masterpeice. It's literally amazing that such a machine can exist for such a price. If you're looking for the coolest toy, or the cheapest unit that will do you any good this is the one for you. I do believe that a four man band, armed simply with DJX's could produce the coolest sounds possible.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-25-2000 at 05:25
Kris a part-time user from Poland writes:
Gimme a break, it ain't nothing you can describe as synth. Don't waste your money.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Sep-20-2000 at 14:39
machinex a part-time user from USA writes:
Sure it isn't a Korg Triton, but then it isn't $2000 either now is it? For the money, you really cant beat the DJX, You have a a primitive sequencer, analog knobs (try playing with the 303 lines and the analog knobs...phat!). You have excellent drum kits, a few good synthpads, decent GM, and the ability to use the thing as a music workstation. I plugged my Korg NX5R Synth module into the thing, and *poof* instant professional sound. You have a primitive sampler and several preprogammed patterns to work with to.

Essentially this has many of the features you find in more expensive synths, for 1/10 the price. At this kind of price, you do expect some tradeoffs. Yes it looks like shit, yes 283 voices isnt really that many, yes its only got an 8 track sequencer, yes its only 3 second sampling. But its infintely expandable via synth modules, it has the analog knobs and sounds, good midi and makes a great start for any aspiring techno musician. When you grow out of the DJX's built in sounds and patterns...there are always synth modules. And as one user said, you'll still probably end up using the drum kits.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Sep-06-2000 at 15:25
Michael a part-time user from Israel writes:
After playing with it for about 2-3 hours at the store I decided this isn't the synth to make music. If you are looking for something to play grooves, drum tracks and stuff like that, and you are low on budget this is for you. If you are looking to make real music, this is not for you. The sound quality isn't great, the sampling time sucks. 3 seconds!

For a keyboard, it's good. For a synthesizer it sucks.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Saturday-Aug-26-2000 at 14:44
TeknoSoul a hobbyist user from UK writes:
Yeah it only has presets but they are vey nice. It's cheap! You can make simple beats and other patterns with the sequencer and then sample them!Its the cheapest thing with decent sounds you'll ever find.

posted Wednesday-Aug-16-2000 at 13:30
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