Para calcular la calificación general por estrellas y el desglose porcentual por estrellas, no usamos un promedio simple. Nuestro sistema toma en cuenta cosas como lo reciente que es una calificación y si el revisor compró el producto en Amazon. También analiza las calificaciones para verificar su fiabilidad.
Como no tenía grandes expectativas compré uno de segunda mano por 17 € pero es que tampoco me sirve para utilizarlo como alimentador del interfaz midi para un Akai MKIII que me habían regalado. Algo así, pero en genérico y cumpliendo el estándar MIDI hubiera sido ideal. No sé qué manía tienen con las tecnologías propietarias si el MIDI es más viejo que la orilla del mar, no sé qué ganan fabricando estos productos limitados.
I am a little disappointed with this item. It comes with two a-b USB cords and not a midi cord, plus the 12 step I ordered along with this has its own a-b USB cord. Yes I read the description and noted no midi cord, but now I not only have to order a midi cord, but try and figure out how to run this into a sound system that does not use midi connections. May as well just used the laptop to power the 12step.
Highly disappointed that a proprietary box that ONLY works with Keith McMillen doesn't work with all of their products. It's already $60 which is steep for something proprietary and adding the fact that it works with the QNexus($180) but not the K-board($90). Horrible. I think I'll be returning the K-board too just because I am so disappointed in this.
I use this MIDI expander to connect my KMI 12-Step foot controller (also recommended!) to a Roland SP sampler pad, which has the old-fashioned multi-pin MIDI input. It works seamlessly with these two devices, which were probably manufactured at least 20 years apart. Be warned that it only works with KMI controllers (or so it says, I haven't tested it with any other brand MIDI controllers).
It's lightweight but sturdy and worked flawlessly right out of the box.
It's proprietary and doesn't serve a purpose without its keyboard. It wayyy overpriced. It's like 2-3 pieces of galvanished sheet metal, with a microchip and a few led lights and connection ports, for 60$. Ridiculous. They make you buy this to get the QuNexus to work on an analog synth. Think about that.
Yes, this does what it is supposed to do. Offer 5-pin MIDI for the KMI products. But how hard would it have been to also work with third party USB MIDI devices? It is a standard protocol, and KMI would sell a ton more of them. Still a good product.