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(3)Could it be that your program has extra layers that get switched in with higher keyboard velocity? And maybe you're running out of layers? The K2000's ran
(3)Vikram, Here's what you said in your original post: ... i was getting a clicking noise every time i changed a program by using the jog wheel,i thought it would
(4)... At this point I don't even have the second K2600 installed. I either have to build another rack box (and then find a place to put it), or figure out what
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(9)it might be as simple as turning 'local control' on or off. If it is on while running midi through your computer you could be creating a logjam of info.
(5)Hi Don, Any possibility of describing the options you have installed in your K2500, like a hard drive, ROM expansions or P/RAM? Also, what have you done so far
(14)Wow, €280 ($330) is pretty steep. Especially when it's promoted as: "Instead of perfect wireless MIDI, this system have many additional functions" - haha. On
(4)Thanks yes that's what I had resolved my self to having to do I just wondered if anyone knew another way that didn't mean having to tear apart my K2500 RS
(8)Looks like Mouser has 44 in stock today for ~$1 less than the digi-key part. I only know this because I just finished getting some Spox connectors to make up
(7)Thanks for all the answers! Bruno 2017-10-09 19:50 GMT+02:00 Alex Gotesman email@example.com [KurzList]
(15)Thanks Larry - I'll check my sources at KMSI :-)
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