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Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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Jimmy a part-timer user from USA writes:
well...hmmm...first...HAHAHAHA....thats me laughin at all those 12-13-14 year olds who take this thing VERY seriously and think they are the coolest. They need to get a life...then you have those 15-16-17 year olds who buy the Mc-xxx series of shit...thats a different story....when your yamaha, you jus wanna make money, and making a keyboard that lil kiddies want is a very good way to go about it. I can see the prez if Yammie now, holdin his cash sayin "stupid kiddies" and now they got the RM1x the competition for the grooveboxes..yet another different story..bur wait! this keyboard has some good use. it has a meager 6 track sequencer, but that can be useful for live stuff. as well as the sampler. well..maybe..sample your fave sounds from different synths and use em. Yammie also added a ribbon controller, and that aint bad either. I can see myself playin live with this thing with my Roland Jp8000 and my Roland Juno 60 (program some drum trax into the DJX..maybe a few basses) and im set to go(wait, damnit the lcd isnt backlit..heh heh) ill find a way...overall id give her a 3

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jan-03-1999 at 00:05
kRysToMetH a hobbyist user from new orleans writes:
Y do yall lazy midi-heads stop getting mad at the djx, it's already known that the "psr line" of keyboards are "NOT REALLY FOR SERIOUS RECORDING". I find it funny that most of the people who say it sucks have spent about a grand on a fucking "NAME BRAND" synth. For the price-the DJX is the shit, and you need to go buy one and have fun for a change. Will all of these Rowland ass licking wanna be professional, snobby, need high-tech in order to make music people GET A FUCKING CLUE!!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Dec-22-1998 at 16:41
Mike a hobbyist user from Holland writes:
Now now, what a lot of prejudice here. The djx is one of the best bargains I have ever had the pleasure of owning. This thing looks like a toy but it is not. (Like the mc303 looks like a pro device but is a toy..) This little wonder has a lot of room for being creative without too much of an effort which is exactly what I want. I am a hobbyist with limited time to play with music and this djx is great for just messing about. Keep in mind that is costs less than the tax on most other synths. When you go to the store to have a look, close your eyes and thrust your ears, and stay away from the roland mcxxx stuff it's crap for a lot of money.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Dec-20-1998 at 09:48
--DR. J-- from USA writes:
For all of you DJX haters out there, SHUTUP! If Yamaha charged $900 for the thing then feel free to yap away! But the keyboard is only $300, what the heck do expect from it??? For what its worth it does pretty good and the Drum kits are awesome. You just feel uptight about buying a keyboard that looks like a kid's toy without considering it's possible potentional. Sure it looks cheesy but Yamaha's gotta market it for wider consumer market, they can't focus the thing for professionals at that price. And sure, some sounds may be bad, but every keyboard has it's share of bad presets. A majority of the sounds are very useable. In conclusion, the keyboard has huge potentional in my MIDI studio. Why don't you dog a keyboard like the Roland XP-10, sound card quality sound for $500.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Dec-11-1998 at 13:40
CS80 a professional user writes:
Not even going to rate this as I`ve only heard the Demo CD.. but lets get this into perspective..

The DJX is a PORTASOUND, an expensive one, yes. but a Portasound nontheless and should be treated as such, one thing it is not is a pile of crap touted as professional kit at professional prices like the MC303/505 JX305. no-one takes the other Portasounds (PSR/PSS series) seriously and rave on about how crap they are.. the model ( PSR-D1) the speakers and the battery power make its intentions perfectly plain ... It`s a fun kid`s toy with General Midi thrown in . Argos`ll be selling them for £99.95 no doubt next year

posted Wednesday-Dec-09-1998 at 16:25
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