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    I'm looking at a Juno 60 for about $275 (canadian dollars).... anyhoo, I was just wondering if you guys think this is a good deal......... PS....How much would it cost me to put MIDI into this synth.
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    YO!

    Its a crazy deal imho

    I sold mine back in 1998 for 300$ CND

    And now they sold them for 400$+



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    It's a crazy deal, indeed !!
    I have a Juno-60 too and it's a hell-out-of-machine !!

    I have the DCB add-on which is a cable-connection between the synth and my Kenton CV-to-MIDI converter. It's not that expensive ($50 ? can't remember exactly...), but you need the Kenton converter which is more expensive. Maybe you should look for a MIDI-kit to build in.

    Have fun !!
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    How much would a Kenton Converter be?
    Ryan

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    There's a company that makes MIDI converters that solder on to the board and cost ~$100 US depending on the synth. I forget who, but I ran across them when looking for a converter for a SH-101. They even had a cool mini one for the TB.

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    keep in mind that you have to know how to solder....and be comfortable taking your gear apart(and putting it back together!!)

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    Ryan's knowledge of soldering = 0
    Ryan's comfort level of the latter = 0

    hmm.....I'll give it a whirl
    Ryan

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    OK well, I've decided against the Juno60 as I have come to the conclusion that I'll just save the money and get my Virus C that much sooner.....thanks alot for all the help anyways though guys!
    Ryan

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