Synth Site: Yamaha: DJX: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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Steve-X a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Listen y'all, I jus don wanna C p-ple laffin at DJX. Da first time I saw it, it got my attention. I played on it for a few secs and WOW! DJX was da best synth I've ever seen! I looked at da price, it was affordable and it sounded an excellent price for me 'cause I was out of cash. Anywasy, I'm gonna get it soon! Actually dis week!.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-29-1999 at 01:48
Jimmy a part-timer user from USA writes:
As time goes on, the price of this synth falls down. But the quality doesnt. To tell you the truth,i could Sell off My juno, My jp-8000 and mY casio cz1000, and still have my faithful DJX to make me happy. Whats gotten into Synth-muscians these days? everyone is trashing this Board because why? Whatever makes you happy and keeps you satisfied is whats for you...If its a $2000 yamaha EX7, then its that, if its a $190 Djx (in some cases) then so be it. The point is that the djx doesnt sound bad at all i use it in junction with other synths and i am havin the time of my life writin music with it. you know what? you could play the DJX alone and itll still sound good. Ill be waitin for a DJX2 to be comin out..id buy it in a heartbeat....she deserves a 5

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jan-25-1999 at 19:57
SWIFT a part-timer user from ENGLAND writes:
I have been given a DJX as a gift but it is not suitable for my needs. I am going to sell it and buy a Quasimidi 309. If anybody Is interested I will sell It for £200 inc PSU. It is brand new and still boxed. Contact me on ALAN5@djswift5.freeserve.co.uk Or ALAN1491@hotmail.com

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jan-24-1999 at 10:00
HERE a professional user from TOMORROW writes:
HOW ABOUT THIS FOR A REVIEW...... I USED THE DJX ON 6 OUT OF 10 SONGS ON A DEMO-ALBUM. THE DEMO HAS NOW LANDED ME 2 DISC DEAL ON AN INDY, BOUGHT MY ASS A GRETSCH WHITE FALCON, AND STILL LEFT ME WITH A CHUNK OF CHANGE TO SPARE.

YOU KNOW, THE HARMONICA IS PRETTY BASIC IN FUNCTION. AND IT HAS SUPPORTED MY FATHER FOR 50 YEARS.

SO THERE'S YOUR FUCKING REVIEW.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jan-24-1999 at 04:00
Enrique from NY/Puerto Rico writes:
I first noticed the DJX on several magazines but did not pay much attention to it. Still, I had been looking for a nice extra synth at a good price. One day, I walked into the Manhattan Sam Ash and they were selling the mint condition floor model for $125. The regular one they for around $300. I began to toy with it, found it interesting enough and decided to buy it. Since they did not even include the box or a pedal (just the manual), I had to buy the DC power cable and a gig bag (I also decided it was wise to extend the warranty for a year for $12). It all summed up to about $190. My surprise came when I started playing with it alongside the manual at home. Most of the voices were excellent, and it looked as if Yamaha had included most of the popular sounds from other recognized synths, including some very similar to sounds on my QS6. The "styles" as they call them were great, pretty layered and up-to-date. The pads are AMAZING for almost any synth. The piano sounds, on the other hand sound like what you'd expect from a $300 keyboard (not that I bought it for good piano sounds). However, THE REST IS NOT!!! This is a wonderful, versatile tool for anyone, from pro to amateur. At first, the built-in speakers were not that attractive to me. But they're also great, and they can put up a nice high volume without distorting up. And now I don't mind the batteries. This board delivers 500% of what you'd expect from one in this price range. It has a lot of features, its easy to use and the manual is very user-friendly. I'd buy it again in no time, especially at the price I got (go see if they still have it). It can sample a bit, has an arpegiator, a ribbon controler, supports MIDI and a TON more. The DJX is quite possibly the best musical buy I have ever made. Don't listen to all the ignorants who dis it. One of them even reposted giving the DJX a perfect rating. If they really tried it and got past their own bullshit, they'd see what a great instrument it really is...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-22-1999 at 17:40
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