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Author Topic: MIDITEMP PMM88 (1990)  (Read 826 times)

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Offline chrisNova777

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« on: October 25, 2016, 09:59:19 AM »



IN A WORD, the PMM88 is excellent. It's a quality unit which can vastly improve the performance of even the most basic MIDI setup. It really is difficult to fault apart from the few points mentioned above.

On the subject of cost, a basic, MIDI-merging patchbay can be bought for half the price of the PMM88 and you're obviously going to have to be convinced that the PMM is going to make a real difference to your setup before investing the extra cash. Also, an 8x8 patchbay is a little small for many MIDI studios - it's certainly a shame that MIDItemp don't have a 16x16 version. Even so, if I had an M1, D110, sampler, computer sequencer and a couple of keyboards, I would be sorely tempted.