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Average rating: 4.8 out of 5
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Mike Walsh a hobbyist user from Switzerland writes:
I was at (probably) Europe's biggest synth museum in Switzerland yesterday and I had the opportunity to try out the Synthex..

Simply put, in my opinion, it's the best poly synth I've ever played.

Superb synth pads, big basses, a lovely built in chorus, it has all the lovely analogue sounds but can also sound digital, but in a pleasant way...

Build quality is superb, huge front panel which is well laid out, lovely keyboard.....

Very heavy, about 40Kgs and a HUGE synth to stand behind.

I'd say this is one of the most underrated polys ever.

Whilst at the museum, I also played a Memorymoog, Polymoog keyboard and Polymoog synthesizer, Prophet 5 rev 2.3, Prophet 10, Oberheim OB8, OBXa and a PPG Wave 2.2..To my ears, the Synthex was by far the best sounding poly and has the best build quality...Awesome and I want one!!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Oct-05-2008 at 05:42
bert anjewierden a hobbyist user from the netherlands writes:
This synth. is in one word PERFECT! i'm lucky to own this great analog monster

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-21-2007 at 14:50
cores a hobbyist user from france writes:
hi

i want to buy a synthex elka

contact me if you sell one

thanks

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Sep-28-2006 at 14:27
Michele Majorano a professional user from Italy writes:
Happy to join !! I'm an happy owner of a syntex, and many other stuff....... I've buyed it dead and I've repaired it by myself.. (I'm an architect but with experience in electronic and Synth building; see midibox gallery.. under www.midibox.org) . I'm trying to expand capabilities of my Syntex by building a new and updated CPU board.... with a full midi support for system message etc. I need every tecnical info about... (es. schematics) (Anyone knows how to contact Mario Maggi?) I buyed it more than ten years ago and I still love it as one of my favourites.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-11-2005 at 15:21
Hexfix93 a professional user from colorado writes:
depends on the version of the jp8, and well it is kept up. mine is drifty but in a oh so pleasent musical way. and is by far my fav poly ever.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Aug-30-2004 at 21:32
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