Korg Triton Classic Digital Music Workstation Synthesiser 100-240V
The first of a long line of hugely popular Synthesiser workstations! The 61-key Korg Triton, released in 1999, is a music workstation synthesiser that was very well received during its production. Besides digital sampling and sequencing features, a key feature of the Triton is the first demonstration of Korg’s critically-acclaimed Hyper Integrated (HI) synthesis system, which combined together several processing chips from the Trinity (the Triton’s predecessor). The Triton has been used by too many artists to count, including David Bowie, Moby, Brian Eno, The Orb, Orbital, Depeche Mode, BT, Rick Wakeman, Yes, Keith Emerson, Vangelis, Saga, Aqua, Royksopp and Apollo 440.
- This unit has been used.
- This Triton has been tested and it is working well. It has one small issue which is that the encoder can be a bit touchy, it works best when used slowly.
- This unit is running version 2.0.2
- We can confirm the floppy disk drive is working.
- The cosmetic condition of this unit is good. Unfortunately it has some cracks in in the plastic sides which have been repaired by a previous owner near the floppy disk drive and headphone jack. This wear does not affect the sound or functions of the synthesiser.
This unit is 100-240V. This means it can be plugged in and played anywhere in the world. This unit requires an IEC cable to power on. This cable is not included in the sale.
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Returns will only be accepted for manufacture defects / faulty items. Please contact us if you have any problems with your purchase and we will strive to work it out with you.
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