Korg microKORG S

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Analog Modeling Synthesis System

  • 37 Velocity sensitive slim keys
  • 2 Oscillators and noise generator
  • Vocoder: 8 Bands
  • Max. polyphony: 4 Voices
  • Integrated 2 + 1 speaker system for optimal sonority
  • 256 Programs - 192 presets / 64 Users
  • Audio Input
  • Stereo output
  • MIDI: In / Out / Thru
  • Optional battery operation (6 x AA batteries)
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 524 x 232 x 70 mm
  • Weight: 2.5 kg
  • Incl. power supply and gooseneck microphone

Effects:

  • Modulation: 3 Types
  • Delay: 3 Types
  • Equalizer
  • Arpeggiator: 6 Types
available since October 2016
Item number 398386
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Number Of Keys 37
Touch-Sensitive Yes
Aftertouch No
Split Zones No
Modulation Wheel Yes
Number of simultaneous Voices 4
Sound Engine Virtual Analogue
MIDI interface 1x In, 1x Out, 1x Thru
Storage Medium None
USB-port No
Effects Multieffect processor
Arpeggiator Yes
Number of Analog Outputs 2
Digital Output No
Display Yes
Pedal Connections None
Dimensions 524 x 232 x 70 mm
Weight 2,2 kg
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Unhappy with Thomann. Happy with Korg.
HHPP 21.04.2021
After 2 years, one key stopped working. Contacted Thomann, they asked for a video, and then we shipped the product to Germany for warranty reparation. 3 weeks after receiving the Mikrokorg, Thomann claimed "according to our experts the fault is caused by the customer due liquid damage".
However, this keyboard never had liquid spillage or any other kind of damage/fall/etc. Was always used it inside our home, in perfect conditions: no liquids or dust next to it. Nothing that could ever damage the product externally or internally.

Conclusion: when buying from Thomann, be very careful about the advertised 3-year warranty. In our first case of warranty, Thomann found an excuse not to repair it.
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MicroKorg - S stands for SUPER SYNTH
DaveTherecorder 05.10.2019
This unit is very fun to play with. When I bought it I thought about something that could be taken with me on tour, used during gigs, and also afterwards on the tour bus. I am not a keyboard player, I just wanted to add additional sounds to the band. During the tour, the inbuilt speakers entertained two bands in a van during two weeks! :D The quality of the sound through the inbuilt speakers is acceptable. After 70% power you can hear a huge decline in quality, but hey, they are meant to be plugged into a line anyway. The sounds are very good, when you finally get to plug it into a mixer. You can get various sounds, from 70's synth pop to contemporary drum'n'bass heavy synths and nice pads. The built quality is good, but not great. Especially for the keys, they are made of cheap plastic and one of mine broke during the tour (I didn't have a case for it, my bad- it's still usable anyway). The rest is pretty neat though. It's very colourful, and the fact that you can run it only on batteries is outstanding! The only thing that really lacks in this synth for me is no "latch" button. Really a shame, because I feel like it would have been an even better option for musicians (like me) which normally play a different instrument. You could just latch one key and play along with it. Overall I am really satisfied with this product, can't wait to get more synths and connect them with midi, to start a synth-centipede. :D KORGOZORD!
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The most pros/cons synth I know of.
Jungy Brogus 09.03.2022
Cons. Only 5 knobs at the top and 2 big clicky ones in the middle. Massive list on the right side for reading and reading. Then turning the correct middle clicky dials assigns the 5 top knobs to different effects/parameters. No sequencer. Only 8 steps (the orange ones just above the left side of the keyboard).
On and on it goes until you get the hang of it or it drives you mad.

Pros. Get a cheap second hand, 5 pin midi controller and the microKORG expands into a fantastic synth. The controller enables you to not have to read the written menu anymore, and instead assign most of the words on the menu to a specific knob or fader on the controller. The microKORG sound engine is sort of opened up, allowing you to get at a lot of the features instantly. I really like it and now I hardly use the controller after realising what it can do but I think that it helps a lot to have an external controller.
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Great keyboard
IvanaL 27.03.2021
Amazing keyboard...small but powerfull in every sense...lots and lots of possibilities...I am thrilled.....LOVING IT
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