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Average rating: 3.8 out of 5
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John a professional user from UK writes:
last post: Thursday-Aug-06-98 at 00:19

Well, ten years later, I think DX-100 can safely move into "the" oblivion.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-30-2008 at 13:38
Paul a professional user from Australia writes:
This is a great synth which i bought for $250au. Has some great sounds and is quite easy to program. That bass sound is wicked. A top synth i would not trade mine for anything!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-04-2008 at 22:20
Gary Baxter a professional user from England writes:
This really is a great little synth.A buddy of mine had picked up a DX 7 for £100,I found the DX100 for £19!I've created many a useable patch on this baby and love to sample it into the VSS200,it also sounds wicked through my distortion pedal.I've gigged with this unit several times and it never fails to deliver the goods in the atmospherics department.If you don't get what you want from this baby then you've either been spoilt synth wise or just plain missing the point.IF YOU SEE ONE,BUY IT!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Dec-23-2006 at 14:59
Norberto melchor a hobbyist user from U.S.A writes:
my yamaha DX100 is a great keyboard i use it to play the talkbox just like Roger Troutman did with his yamaha DX100 the sounds are great i wouldnt trade it for nothing

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jul-30-2006 at 18:40
Roxstar a professional user from Detroit, Rock City writes:
This is my first attempt at using an FM synth, and let me tell you, I'm in love. I'm using the DX-100 that a friend let me borrow. It was confusing as hell in the beginning, but I downloaded the manual and now I can create sounds from scratch on this thing. I find it kinda simple. I also use a korg MS2000B (which I also love) but I actually prefer this over the korg! The korg mas a lot more features, but as far as creating a new sound, this one is the king. It's small enough to take to can make new sounds while riding on the bus... while watching TV...while taking a dump!! I mean it's SMALL, and packs a hellava punch. Grimey basses, soft leads, whatever your looking for, it can do it. Need some unusual percussion sounds, the dx-100 can make it (and it can run on batteries too!) I don't know what the dx-7 can do that the dx100 can't, but I honestly can imagine too much. If you already have some effects and your creative, you may not need another synth with all the bells and whistles. So many people into music want the very best gear, but fail to utilize what they already have. Create a new sound on the dx100, run it through a few effects, do some serious modulation to it, and I guarentee, nothing will EVER duplicate it. For the cheap price it's going for, you'll be a fool to buy anything else. (I owned a sidstation before also, and I'd take the dx100 over that too!) If your on a budget, or you love music, but don't want to spend a lot of money on more gear, I HIGHLY recommend this synth. Techno, electro, hip-hop producers will LOVE this beast, but GET THE PROGRAMMERS MANUAL!!)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jun-13-2005 at 03:40
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