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Author Topic: kawai k5000 (1996) & K5000 Rack (1997)  (Read 1081 times)

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kawai k5000 (1996) & K5000 Rack (1997)
« on: December 20, 2015, 10:44:15 PM »

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In 1997 a rack-module version of the K5000 was released. The rack version shipped with Kawai's more stable OS 3.0 software. The latest is 4.03 and is free to upgrade via download from Kawai. The rack offers all the same power and flexibility as its keyboard counterparts. To get a more hands-on-knobs control of the K5000 (like the K5000S) there is a Knobs Macro box. But other controllers such as Encore Knobby or Keyfax Phatboy can also do the trick.