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Average rating: 4.8 out of 5
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Bryan Teske a part-time user from Tucson, AZ USA writes:
The manual is not laid out well. The sounds are great. You have 4-part multi-timbrality with V1.0, you can get the V1.22 ROM from Peavey ... either real cheap, or just free, I can't remember now. I put mine in and it went from 4 to 6 part multitembrality just fine.

NEED HELP: Anyone else finding that when the battery finally goes that simply replacing it doesn't work? My Peavey Analogue Filter went this way just todasy, and I am worried my equally aged MDC1600(?) and Spectrum Bass going soon too.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jun-08-2002 at 03:46
Ambiguous Desire a professional user from US writes:
DJL, this is a 6 part multi timbral box. At least the one I have is. I have the first three set to 000-127 and the last three to 128-255 (the units downfall is the display, only 3 digits, so I just use program changes from my controller. I haven't touched the thing since I put it in my rack.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Aug-31-1999 at 07:53
Ambiguous Desire a professional user from US writes:
Similar to ROLAND's MVS-1, this box is strictly analogue sounds. BUY THIS BOX! It has killer sounds. Plan on buying the external controller, since you can not edit the sounds from the box itself. I have the Spectrum Synth on the same midi out as the MVS-1 and AKAI S-01. 16 channels of euphoria! This is a cheap unit, if you can find it, get it. You'll be using it more than you realize.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Aug-30-1999 at 19:00
DJL a part-timer user from Finland writes:
Very cheap machine for the sounds it can produce. Sounds are very good quality and BIG. One more pair of outputs and this machine would be killer! Multitimbrality is 4 altough some has said that it's 6-part. You can get out of this box great basses, leads and something really weird stuff... Just add some effect and that's it. Filters are suprisingly good! Soooo if you want analog-sounding-vintage-synthbox (cheap one) this is yours. There is no good electric pianos or organ sounds, Rolands Vintage-module is better for those. This has strictly synthsounds. Sysex is just pit pain. Would be nice add more CC's... and on/off switch.

Well here comes some specs: 24 oscillators, 12 polyphony, 4-part multitimbral, 64 user/192 preset patches (constructed from 122 waves), max 4 oscillator/preset, 12 resonant filters, 24 LFO's, Hard Sync, Protamento etc!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jul-10-1999 at 14:26
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