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perfect Great MIDI I/O interface for super-low price! Very usefull MIDI-interface
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  • posted byMineapolix on 02/09/2016

    Excelente midi merger, y excelente servicio de DX.COM al reenviarme uno nuevo en tiempo record al recibir el primero defectuoso


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  • posted by10057825 on 01/28/2016

    This unit is brilliant - plug it in via USB and wait for Windows to install it, then you're good to go. I'm using it on Windows 10, to drive 4 x Korg Volcas via Ableton Live, with no issues at all. The unit is built like a tank and has a solid, premium feel to it. I'm very happy with my purchase!

    Impression:perfect,Very usefull MIDI-interface,Great MIDI I/O interface for super-low price!;

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  • posted byMineapolix on 01/15/2016

    Near to 40% cheaper than other similar products and with the same quality


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  • posted byPh0noX on 12/14/2015

    I't a great midi interface: Both for USB-DAW as standalone MIDI setups is has plenty of MIDI I/O configuration options. In USB-mode I set it up to control my hardware synths from Ableton Live + controllers.

    Impression:Great MIDI I/O interface for super-low price!;

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  • posted byBoutsman on 11/21/2014

    Pros: Functional midi-device. You can use it as a USB-midi device and route the midi IO as you prefer. I use it without the usb for combining a Akai MPD and my microsampler because none of these have midi-through. So I use the 2in (MIDI_in1 & MIDI_in2) -> 4 out setting. Then after recording midi... Read more

    Impression:Very usefull MIDI-interface;

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  • posted byericmorello on 08/24/2012

    Low price, high value, lots of functionality, good build, sturdy metal box, only needs (included) USB cable to power it. Almost none, but seems to sometimes lose MIDI notes when using multiple ins/outs. It was easy to setup and I've used it quite a bit (on a PC, I haven't tried with a Mac). Seems... Read more

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  • posted byWocket2 on 04/21/2012

    I have used this device as my primary MIDI interface on a Ubuntu Linux computer now for a number of months, all without a hickup. It can output and input four totally independent MIDI streams. When the device is powered from a passive USB port (a phone charger for example), it can act as a MIDI a... Read more

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