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Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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Lepi a professional user writes:
Quasi

With all respect and don't get me wrong but think twice before you saying something stupid.

First,you said and I quote "...80% of them say it is shit and don`t want other people to make mistakes and buy the pile of shit ..." on 19 page of reviews with average rating 3.9 !!! (was 4.1 before dickheads start to play with marks)

Like I told you before, read before you say somethin fullish.

Second, don't mix oranges and apples - IT's PSR SERIES OF KEYBOARD if you know the meaning of PSR; low price synth aimed at hobbyst or starters BUT WITH HUGE POTENTIAL as you can see amongother on 19 page of reviews with very good average ratings.

Third, sure there is much better gear on the market but name just one piece of gear for 250$ (new) which is better than DJX ?! It's about music you make, it's not about gear you use, right ?

Forth, I follow this DJX review site since very first review in late 98 and, based on what I read here I made my desicion and for last X mass bought myself DJX.

Last but not list, when you compare price/perfomance IT'S A FAAANTASTIC.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Feb-01-2000 at 19:32
Scotty Dub a hobbyist user from England writes:
Well I got this machine a year ago and to be honest I've done nothing with it. I guess it depends what you want. I know one person who uses it quite a bit but they just Jam with it. At the end of the day its good points are that it's great for a bit of fun after the pub and it makes a pretty good controller keyboard.

It never inspired me at all to make any tunes, it was my first bit of external kit and I couldn't seem to do anything with it. I thought it was me until I got hold of a Novation Super Bass Station, which is one hell of a bit of kit.

The DJX has very weak thin sound. I mean Dub bass sounds nothing like Dub bass and it's very thin, if you play the lower octaves the sound is too mushy, play any higher and it's not bassy enough which left me feeling very un-inspired. The FX are really poor, some of them don't even seem to make much difference. The Cut off and Res are not bad for a cheap keyboard but the won't satisfy any analogue acid head.

Now I have a Bass Station and a Drum Machine I wouldn't even consider trying to get back into using it. But it does make a quite good controller keyboard even though the pitch wheel is a bit badly made. For the price of one of these you could get a pretty good controller keyboard anyway. Good fun after the pub but thats about it .... Some people will have fun with this and be quite satisied by it but if you wanna make ripping Jungle or Dub then forget it, I tried and failed.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Feb-01-2000 at 12:47
Aken a hobbyist user from Singapore writes:
IMHO, this is the best value for money synth on earth. No doubt the sound doesn't match higher end synth by any comparison, BUT...but with the right tweaking and softwares sequencer eg..with cakewalk pro audio and layering the existing sound with sound modules or with Soundfonts(cheap way to do it), one can actually get sounds that are close to pro-quality

That aside, only one's creativity sets a limit on this tool. At this price performance, you can't possibly ask for more. Get out and DJX away!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Feb-01-2000 at 11:04
DJXuser a professional user from planet x writes:
You last two morons dont know what you are talking about. This unit is a hell of a lot of fun for the money. Sure it is not a pro toy, but its a good intro piece for many. Ive been using it for 6 months---as a drum machines with nice bass lines for backing up my guitar playing and it does quite well. But I use a lot of other gear too. I love cheap gear that does nicely. You gear snobs who review stuff you dont even own should stay out of this conversation altogether. You know nothing!!

The DJX is way under-rated. And the fact that they sell used for very close to the new price should tell you something. They dont depreciate like your high-end gear. Why? Because they are worth every penny. The DJX is an incredible value and any moron who denies that is out of their mind. You cant knock something that does what this does and sells for $250 new unless you are totally retarded. People pay 5 times as much for less capabilities every day. I am sick of these idiots who review gear that "they tried in the store"---asshole fudgepacking whussies!!! They probably dont buy anything, they just try it in the store and then run home to review it on-line. Like I said, MORONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Feb-01-2000 at 02:39
Steven Blum a part-time user from USA writes:
I got the DJX a couple of weeks ago, and trust me. It is NOT a toy. This adds so much to my collection. It has great sounds, useful effects, best of all: it's MADE for techno! It's better than some of my synths that cost twice as much. If this is your 1st or your 10th synth, it's definitely worth the $250!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jan-30-2000 at 18:55
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