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post #151 of 165
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Originally Posted by Raizor View Post

Had a Microsoft Sidewinder X6 keyboard that I replaced with a Logitech G19. The X6 wouldn't register enough key presses at once while I was typing and it was driving me crazy. Hope to try out a mechanical keyboard someday.


That's funny, I use the G110 but used to have the Sidewinder X4. It is the other way for me. The Sidewinder X4 registers every key press whereas my G110 sometimes "ignores" my presses.

 

post #152 of 165
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Originally Posted by nikp View Post




That's funny, I use the G110 but used to have the Sidewinder X4. It is the other way for me. The Sidewinder X4 registers every key press whereas my G110 sometimes "ignores" my presses.

 


Yeah, I did read that the X4 has better n-key rollover than the X6 but it didn't feel right "upgrading" from the X6 to an X4 so I went a completely different route. I also gave the sidewinder to my dad but he only types like 10 words per minute so he wouldn't notice it. evil_smiley.gif

 

post #153 of 165

once again disintering and old thread! :D

I have a studiologic sl 990 pro keyboard but Im thinking about getting this one:

 

arturia key lab 88

post #154 of 165
They're talking here about PC TYPING KEYBOARDS, not the music ones???2222tweinzz...

Im gonna get one of this cheaper kb:
http://www.nektartech.com/Products/Impact-LX88
post #155 of 165

Keyboard is keyboard! ;P

 

Yours looks nice too btw and like good value for the money!

 

Does it have built in sounds or is it just a pure midi keyboard? Does it have weighted keys or hammer mechanism?

sorry Im to lazy to read the entire text on their webpage ;P

 

Im asking because the picture makes me curious...

post #156 of 165
NO, CHEAP=CHEAP BASICS plastic midi no sounds, plastic semi weight velocity key just like those keystations 88 with more knobs/drumpads.

I like those fast compact lightweight keyboards for VSTi pc trance chiptune game synth composing.
Hammerkeys are slow and too heavy for synth simulations!!1111einzz...
post #157 of 165
BTW I already have this oldtimer E-MU Xboard 61 with aftertouch is very good too:
post #158 of 165
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Originally Posted by cdsa35000 View Post

They're talking here about PC TYPING KEYBOARDS, not the music ones???2222tweinzz...

Im gonna get one of this cheaper kb:
http://www.nektartech.com/Products/Impact-LX88

you convinced me...



... lol wink.gif
post #159 of 165
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Originally Posted by Confusius View Post



you convinced me...



... lol wink.gif
Thats Great!12drei

But I just ordered this babe Casio PX5S hybrid piano/synth/midicontroller, hammer action, 256voice polyphony, no speakers, only 11,1 kg: ONLY 777 euro instead normally 899 from musicstore.de haha:


Happy me!
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post #161 of 165
OH YEAH BABY, GOT UUUUUU!!!123324445Zzzzz

post #162 of 165
hey cool, fett alter! wink.gif dont make me jealous! ☝ 😉...

no, I'm satisfied with my keyboard too 😁
have a nice time with your new purchase too! smily_headphones1.gif

regards kilian
post #163 of 165

I miss the days when everyone had to use hardware synths. (Not that I actually was really alive then)

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And to make things a little more on-topic:


A WASD V2 with Double Shot ABS Keycaps


Edited by TsukiNick - 6/18/15 at 2:42pm
post #164 of 165

Bit of a mess on the attic (it's better now), but here are some of my keyboards.
Way more interesting then the keyboards attached to your computer imo. :smile:
And yes I need hardware keys, no software.

post #165 of 165

For computer I got me the Corsair K70 RGB edition.  It's pricey for a keyboard, but well worth it!

 

For midi I'm using midi keyboard tmk 88 and I picked it up for a really sweet deal a few years ago and still works like a champ. 

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