Synth Site: Yamaha: DJX: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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KEVDOG a part-time user from United States writes:
All I can say is...WE HAVE A WINNER!! The DJX is worth its weight in gold! I love it, and not only that, its a Yamaha so I know I am getting outstanding technology for the price! I have always had Yamaha keyboards and this one holds proud and true to the kick-ass performance you expect from a Yamaha! It is indeed my Excalibur! Thanks Yamaha!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-May-26-2000 at 00:34
Eugene a part-time user from USA writes:
I am young too and also not rich. Therefore I am very happy with my DJX. I use it all the time and it sounds really solid in my mix. Ive been playing music since I was 6 years old and I am not a dummy. I am actually rather skeptical of cheap gear, but this puppy rocks. Those who knock it are really showing their ignorance. And as Snyler just said, "the machine does not make the musician". Very very true. I know a person who owns every latest synth out there and cannot play anything at all. And I also know people like myself, who with modest gear can really get people dancing on the floor!! Keep 'em dancin!!!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-May-25-2000 at 00:01
snyler a part-time user from u.s.a. writes:
Although the DJX is not the greatest machine in the world, I happen to love mine. I do prefer analog synths, but I usually find myself using the DJX for something. I also think that the machine does not make the musician. Everything very much depends on how you use the sounds. Some people don't like the DJX because it is cheap, but to me, this is one of the best parts. The machine itself is inexpensive, and the capabilties are great. It is not a synth god, and therefore, I do not think it is fair to compare it with one. However, I think that it can be put to good use. I am only 16, but I have had good musical training. Therefore, those of you such as Philip should not judge others. I would love to have an arp 2600, but I have to work with what I have. Therefore, I make the most out of my equipment.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-May-24-2000 at 16:18
moy a part-time user from malaysiaa writes:
the next machine I wanna get is a mc303 ? I think the mc303 is a great portable tool for music making... I think by combining GM and synthesis and some VA is kewl.. I used to have a TX7 but its so hard to programme so I stick to my TG33 and sold off the TX7 . the TG33 is more immediate. I dont want to waste time programming stuff and all..SO I think the DJX is a all rounder....

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-May-24-2000 at 14:53
linda a professional user from noplace writes:
Philip - I was so wrong! Everything you say is correct now that I see the light of your brilliant reasoning. Sometimes I just don't think... well OK most of the time. From now on I'll just be silent, and make my GM/XG melodies long into the lonely night.

Philip, I admit it - the DJX, with its uninteresting and cheesy preset sounds, badly designed interface, and lack of any serious engine, is a poor buy at any price. I will now sell it and buy myself alot of fish, to hopefully build up my feeble brain-power.

Also I will stop posting here from now on, so anything supposedly posted by me after this post is actually just someone else's joke.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Wednesday-May-24-2000 at 12:02
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