Amazon.com.mx:Opiniones de clientes: TENINYU Convertidor de cable USB a MIDI 2 en 1 PC a sintetizador Music Studio Interfaz de teclado Cable adaptador de 16 canales compatible con ordenador portátil, Windows y Mac
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I'm having mixed feelings. For the price, it works well enough. I plugged it in and Windows10 just recognized it. I plugged it into my old Roland D-10 and the MIDI from the synth to the PC worked fine. At no point have I tried MIDI out from the PC, but don't know why that wouldn't work. I also have a M-Audio Radium 49. It refuses to work with it. The MIDI data light on the adapter doesn't light at all. I plugged the M-Audio MIDI out into the Roland MIDI in, and the M-Audio can control the Roland, so MIDI out works. I ended up plugging the M-Audio into an old MIDI patchbay and plugged the USB adapter into that as well, and now they work together. So something in the USB adapter isn't liking the M-Audio MIDI out, which I've used on a lot of other devices without issue.
Two other issues 1) random notes - once in a while, while I'm not even touching the controller, the softsynth will receive a note from MIDI. 2) Pitchbend - on both synths, the pitch wheel causes every softsynth I've tried it with to freak out. Hard to describe, but imagine dropping a piano down a flight of stairs coming in as MIDI data. Put an older midi to usb converter in place and not only did the M audio controller work right away, but my pitch bend issues were resolved as well.