Synth Site: Kurzweil: K2000: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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RD a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Deep! Incredible engine, great sampling, lots of support material still available for a 'board first introduced 15 years ago (that says something in itself). Get one, you won't regret it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jul-16-2006 at 15:01
Adminimin a hobbyist user from Bigbrotherland writes:
Mike N a hobbyist user from USA, this is not a forum for asking help -and you even rated this item as ZERO. There is propably Yahoo groups for that.

That review (and this) should be removed.

To say something on topic, i say that i would like to have K2/2500 -of course 2600 but i know they are gonna be too expensive to mee for next 10 years. =( K2000 is good addition to my setup too, as i have external effects which are better than those in K2k. I have readed pretty much about Kurzweils and can say without using it that it has huge amount of parameters to edit and because it has many outputs (at least in a rack), it is very usefull. Also bigger RAM amount when comparing it to my EPS16+ is good thing indeed.

Sampling options and OS upgrades can be found from EBAY from time to time (even in this very moment). Aswell as ROM blocks..

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-01-2006 at 04:13
Mike N a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I just got my first Kurzweil...a K2000RS!!! I love the quality of the sounds as I heard it before buying...$300. I'm a composer and have a Korg SG-1D Sampling Grand and it has midi. Please, advise me on how to set this equiptment up. I also have a MAC G4 tower with tons of memory , also have a zip drive. This is all I have, but it should be enough for me to start "composing!" I'm in NYC so should be able to take a class.... Any advice will be tremendously appreciated! THANKS SO MUCH!

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Aug-23-2005 at 22:54
Valentin a hobbyist user from Romania writes:
My K2000S arrived a few days ago...since then it amazes me with every sound that comes out of it. I own a few other synths from Roland: Jd990, Jv1080, Jp8000, D550 and MKS70..good synths also.., but K2000, what a much power, excellent sound texture. I never thought that you can have all the famous analog sounds in only one synth.

A dream that came true for me... Mark: they should put a "6" for K2000

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-May-02-2005 at 15:08
Lindsay a professional user from Toronto, Canada writes:
I love it. I love it. I love I have never loved any inanimate object.

Yes, the effects suck; yes, the EP/B3 sounds are all but unuseable; but for flexibility, it cannot be beat. I use this live with a Juno-106 and a Casio CZ-1, and knock on wood, I don't expect to have to purchase any more gear for some time to come.

You can download some awesome programs from Sweetwater, and once you dive in to creating your own sounds from scratch, the possibilities are truly endless.

Best $500 I ever spent, period.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-11-2005 at 10:31
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