RE: [AH] Best MIDI solution for Roland System 100-101

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The Kenton Pro 2000 MKII=2C which I would assume is functionally the same a=
s the Pro Solo but with additional connections=2C can be configured for 5V =
and 15V gate. And I believe it's actually 15V gate the Roland System 100 re=
quires=2C because I'm using a Kenton Pro 2000 MKII configured that way and =
it works without problems. It's worth mentioning the auxiliary outputs also=
 offer a great deal of flexibility=2C and could likely be configured to beh=
ave like a 10V gate.
Cheers=2C
Andrew

> Date: Sun=2C 26 Jan 2014 23:56:49 +0100
> From: fanwander@mnet-online.de
> To: w.james.meagher@gmail.com
> CC: analogue@hyperreal.org
> Subject: Re: [AH] Best MIDI solution for Roland System 100-101
>=20
> Hello James=2C
>=20
> the System 100 requires at leaset a 10V Gate=2C and also a source that ca=
n=20
> cover a bigger load. Example: my SH-101 doesn't drive the Sys100=20
> reliably: it will trigger=2C but the sustain does not work well. My old=20
> Doepfer MCV-1 doesn't trigger it well too. I had to use my CSQ100 as a=20
> buffer stage (now I have built a modification into the System 100=2C but=
=20
> that is a different story).
>=20
> I don't know the Kenton=2C but you should look for someone=2C who can=20
> reliably confirm=2C that the interface does work indeed with a System 100=
.
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> Florian
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<body class=3D'hmmessage'><div dir=3D'ltr'>The Kenton Pro 2000 MKII=2C whic=
h I would assume is functionally the same as the Pro Solo but with addition=
al connections=2C can be configured for 5V and 15V gate. And I believe it's=
 actually 15V gate the Roland System 100 requires=2C because I'm using a Ke=
nton Pro 2000 MKII configured that way and it works without problems. It's =
worth mentioning the auxiliary outputs also offer a great deal of flexibili=
ty=2C and could likely be configured to behave like a 10V gate.<div><br></d=
iv><div>Cheers=2C</div><div><br></div><div>Andrew<br><div><br><div>&gt=3B D=
ate: Sun=2C 26 Jan 2014 23:56:49 +0100<br>&gt=3B From: fanwander@mnet-onlin=
e.de<br>&gt=3B To: w.james.meagher@gmail.com<br>&gt=3B CC: analogue@hyperre=
al.org<br>&gt=3B Subject: Re: [AH] Best MIDI solution for Roland System 100=
-101<br>&gt=3B <br>&gt=3B Hello James=2C<br>&gt=3B <br>&gt=3B the System 10=
0 requires at leaset a 10V Gate=2C and also a source that can <br>&gt=3B co=
ver a bigger load. Example: my SH-101 doesn't drive the Sys100 <br>&gt=3B r=
eliably: it will trigger=2C but the sustain does not work well. My old <br>=
&gt=3B Doepfer MCV-1 doesn't trigger it well too. I had to use my CSQ100 as=
 a <br>&gt=3B buffer stage (now I have built a modification into the System=
 100=2C but <br>&gt=3B that is a different story).<br>&gt=3B <br>&gt=3B I d=
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