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----- Original Message -----From: the bronze medallionSent: Thursday, October 09, 2003 3:05 PMSubject: Re: [Roland_Jupiters] Jupiter-8 differences ?hi LJ
i have the 12-bit version and have not experienced any
problem/instability with tuning. anyway, it is very
easy to tune these synths by pressing the tune button
- which takes about 3 seconds. mine is a 130000 serial
the sound from a jupiter 8 is unbelievable. you wont
regret getting one - they are worth every penny. i
spent a fortune on mine too.
i have not used a 14-bit version so i cant compare. i
dont believe they would be fatter in any way but, i
could be wrong. how do you get any fatter?
the one i have has midi retrofit and a flight case. i
may consider selling it as i have run out of room in
my home studio. would you be interested?
i live in australia though which may be a problem when
it comes to cost of shipping.
hmm. do i really want to part with my beloved jupiter
--- "Verschut, Ricardo"
<ricardo.verschut@...> wrote: > Date: Wed,
8 Oct 2003 18:46:52 +0200
> From: lasse@...
> Subject: Jupiter-8 differences ?
> I'm considering buying an early serialnumber JP-8 (
> around 140000 ). It's a =
> 12-bit version with no DCB. I'm not sure of the O/S
> As I understand it, the main reason for the switch
> to the 14-bit processor =
> was increased tuning stability.
> Does anyone have experience with both versions and
> can give some insight to =
> if there's any noticable difference in "fatness" ?
> The seller wants premium bucks for this one, around
> 2200Euro, but as it is =
> not mint, doesn't have Midi and doesn't come with
> a case ( needs to be =
> shipped 1000km ) it seems a bit steep. I figure, it
> is only worth half of =
> what the seller wants........
> Maybe I should look to other vintage synths as I
> have a number of Rolands =
> already, but damn it's one sexy machine !
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