I personally have wanted to love them for ages
But every time i look into them, the build quality, and support, and drivers seem to be pathetic.
I think it's a safest bet to just stay well away from them.
I don't know why it's so hard to get a well made 88 key controller, there is such a market for one, but everyone is making second grade controllers.
studiologic is an alright alternative, bit expensive though.
I got one second hand recently, It's hardly perfect but no complaining for the money I spent. I wouldn't buy one new though.
Second hand digital piano's are your best bet for getting a good key bed for cheap. + they have inbuilt sounds when you don't want to plug in the computer for practise one day.
(just take the midi out into an usb adapter or a audio interface and your set)
PC + Cantabile with Komplete 7 +Zta3+ and some cool freebies
Numa nano at home, and a Behringer 61 on the road
Last edited by sparkey; 02-06-2012 at 05:46 PM..