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Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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Horr a hobbyist user from Europe writes:
Lots of features, easy to play and sequence songs. Excelent features: knobs for cutoff and resonance division of styles into 8 parts which can be muted from the keyboard. Cons: limited seqencer, editing would benefit from more knobs on the front panel. My favourite styles and sounds are Sultry (for rock) all goa/trance stlyes and abstract beats Bad sounds: electric pianos, human voices (except the female "come on")

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-21-2000 at 03:43
Lepi a professional user from Europe writes:

I pay 200$ for new DJX and for that money is incredibile value.

When you compare price/performance/quality of results/possibilities this is awesome keyboard in its own class.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Dec-02-1999 at 18:42
Josh D a professional user from USA writes:
Okay, here is my personal opinion. I have worked with all gear from top of the line, to the lowest. At let me just tell you, the DJX will bring more to your instrument collection. Great for beginners, and even the same for the above players. Either way, it is something that brings new sounds to your music. Could easily do a full album with just this (You can, I have tried it :-). If you study it long enough, you can do some REALLY GREAT stuff with it. Trust me...And please stop comparing it to devices that cost 5x as much...Come on! If you haven't already, would you at least check it out!

And to one of the reviews on the top. The guy who said Techno started in Detriot...He is right. Go back to Electronic Music History 101 if you think differently.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Nov-02-1999 at 20:33
Kevin Neonic a part-time user from US writes:
I think the DJX is nothing but a toy, not even a synth whatsoever do not buy it. If you would like to start professional get a XP-10 which is only 499 which is not bad at all. The DJX is just a normal play keyboard with extra sounds and editing tools. But it does have good midi control but thats about it. There is also the Yamaha AN1X which you can get for 499 which originally sold at 1200 dollars so if you can spare the extra 200 its way worth it I got my DJX and was really disastisfied.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Nov-02-1999 at 07:57
mowgli a part-timer user from USA writes:
i dont own a djx but i bought on for my girlfriend as a is my opinion---

Reasons to buy a DJX if you're a beginner:

(1) The DJX almost a good a job as the jx-305, mc-505, or mc-303 for a fraction of the price. No it does not go as deep as these other instruments, but as a beginner this doesnt matter to you. You need to spend less time learning the technology and more on making music....

(2) Why? No piece of gear is going to make you a better musician by itself. Consider turntablists who create very complex rhythms with simple instruments.

(3) If you do find that you enjoy creating music you will still have a keyboard that can be used as a controller or a scratchpad.

(4) If you stick with the this music making stuff you will probably find that all-in-one boxes become limiting quickly as they usually have too many compromises. So it is better too buy a 200-300 djx that you will outgrow than a 1100 mc-505 that you will outgrow.

(5) Lastly, if you decide this isnt for you wont be out much money....i hope this helped, if you are still wondering go to the music store and try it out. ask for the intruction manual and really spend some time with it. if you are bored with it in half an hour you'll know.

4 out of 5 for not trying to be something its not and for being affordable

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Sep-30-1999 at 07:32
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