Archive of the former Yahoo!Groups mailing list: All about the Roland Jupiter-series
From: "Verschut, Ricardo" <ricardo.verschut@...>
Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2003 11:30:00 -0700
From: "Cary Roberts" <cary.roberts@...
>The MKS -80 is a Jupiter 8 not a JX-10,
>the MKS-70 is two JX-8P's in a rack, as
>is the JX-10, (except it's a keyboard)..
No No No. The MKS80 has Jupiter 6 voice boards. It is nothing like a
Jupiter 8 even though they have the same number of voices. Early MKS80s
have CEM3340s for oscillators just like JP6s, and later MKS80s have Roland
oscillators. That being said I think a rev4 is much more suitable for
punchy bass than the rev5. You just can't go wrong with 3340s for bass
sounds. (okay, so discrete is better, but lets not go there)