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Average rating: 5.0 out of 5
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rondroyd a part-time user from holland yes writes:
yes ,its verry well built,verry good sounding ,...most of all al of my analog equipment[a double moog prodigy,pro-1,system100 is cv/gated by this ,fucker. especialy the system 100[semimodulair] is cool for all the extra cv inputs its getting from the syntecno, a kenton orso and your broke!!! greetings to the syntecno-maker ,...robert honsbeek ya rule

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-29-2001 at 09:52
pned ito a hobbyist user from usa writes:
This ain't no rebirth, reason, novation, nord, access, future-retro, etc. emulation of a tb 303. Absolutely dead on emulation. Not good for much else, but if you still gotta have that 303 sound this will do it right and gets the closest. The MS 20 ring mod bit is cool too. Extensive midi, din, cv, stuff really helps out and makes the unit a must have if you ever want to hook your gear up to REAL hardware instead of crappy digital simulations (not that digital is bad mind you). I use this with a future-retro mobius and it works great for very very very realistic tb type basslines... also the combination of the two gear will save your ass time and again when you need to din sync or send cv to other older analogs.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-01-2001 at 03:15
Rhythm_Droid a professional user from Los Angeles, CA writes:
Okay everyone, this is it. This is what you need. Trust me. For one thing, it's fully controllable with midi, so you can make waaay funkier acid lines with a sequencer, and program hard-ass knob movements into those acid lines, can't forget that.

Also, get this: The back of this machine has not only a built in MIDI to Roland DCB Sync converter and a 2-into-1 standalone MIDI merger, but four(!) CV and four gate outputs for control of older synths, so basically it's already worth the price just for the interfacing, get it?!?!

Now onto the caustic sound. This thing is waaay closer than any of that MAB or Novation stuff. Super punchy. And this easily twists Rebirth's head and pukes down it's neck, it sounds so much better AND there's an analog input for direct merging and/or filtering through the box. AND there's a third waveform (a ring-mod combo of the square and saw, using a ring-mod designed after the Korg MS-20), henceforth the phatness oozes indeed.

My point is that this synth deserves a 10 out of 5 because of timbre, interfacing, and overall value. The knobs are giant and grope-able. I highly recommend this, highly. It's only one rack-space, it looks great, and is built very well. They can be purchased for around $450 from

enjoy! and no, I don't work for jupitersound or syntecno, I just think this thing deserves more credit than it's getting.

cheers, Rhythm_Droid

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Mar-09-2001 at 03:03
il_budha a hobbyist user from The Netherlands writes:
About version 1:

Very close to the original sounds, but with lots more bite as opposed to squelchiness. Apart from the acid-stuff, I used this to play solo's in my band. As far as the guitarists were concerned, this thing should be put on an illegal weapons-list.

Actually bought it from the guy who makes them in Amsterdam, nice guy. He showed me the inside of the Teebee before selling it - it looked extremely rugged and professional.

Actually, I had a real 303 for a couple of months (actually syncing it via the Teebee, and a 606 also). Both the 'original' and the 'copy' deserve a place in synth history. Would buy it again for the right price, especially the second edition

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Apr-14-2000 at 07:52
Lars a part time user from The Netherlands writes:
The Mark III of the Syntecno TeeBee has a lot of cool stuff added to it. Better check out the new info on the Syntecno homepage. I worship my TeeBee! Grtz, Lars.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:14
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