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16860Re: [YamahaDX] TX81Z Vs D-110

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  • Nick Zampiello
    Feb 28, 2014
      well the tx is fm, that makes it special.  the yamaha fm stuff still sounds current even after 25 years.



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      On Thursday, February 27, 2014 9:36 PM, Daniel Forró <dan.for@...> wrote:
      It wasn't my intention to make you shut up :-) 

      You are right, U110 is not at all bad. There's one laying in near recycle shop together with 4 cards for about 50 USD, I'm tortured by GAS again, it's a big temptation... But I still hesitate, if at all I need another rompler (which I doubt) I would prefer U220. Now I have SH1000, JP6, MKS70, VP70, VP770, JD800, 2x JD990, D110, SC8820, V-piano - maybe enough of Roland to balance most of my Yamaha gear.

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      On 28 Feb, 2014, at 10:38 AM, Jason wrote:

      Well that's shut me up,I can't argue with that I agree with everything you said but I am keeping my U-110 which also goes for the same price as the D-110 and TX81Z but is just a 12/14bit "rompler" so crap? wrong,it has a superb choir preset which I love and the rock drum card (not that rock, it has a few electronic sounds on it too) and Latin percussion card (again very TR727) so yeah like you said "sound" is subjective.

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