Perfect functioning, vintage occasion. No MIDI output. The keyboard works perfectly, as do the sound, buttons and memories, as well as the arpeggiator. Simple and magical with Roland's famous chorus on the Juno series. 220 Volt version. Practical and solid flight case.
Easy to program, Japanese manufacture from 1982, strong with a beautiful wooden finish on the sides and a real look that lasts over time and does not go unnoticed. And above all, a 6-way polyphonic analog sound that gives you goose bumps: thong, bass, brass and pad that you can immediately recognize. Special effects: you like it or you don't... Equipped with a simple arpeggiator with a hold button that allows you to occupy your hand with other instruments, a stereo chorus with 2 positions, you can lean the Juno 60 against a TR-707 or TR-808 very easily, and in a "modern" software setup. We like the bold and thick sound, polyphony and memory (not available on the JUNO 6). A reliable machine.
- 61-key, 5 octave keyboard.
- VCF, VCA, ENV (Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release), LFO with delay up to 1.5 seconds, 1x6 DCO (1 in series, 6 in parallel to obtain a polyphony of 6 notes to be exact), HPF, Arpegiator, Stereo chorus position 1 or 2 with 2 effects not modifiable at choice, memory (8 patches, 7 banks) with simple display 2 digits in red on vintage black background.
- Output level selection with a 3-position knob: low -30 dBm / medium -15 dBm / High : 0 dBm
- Arpegiator clock input (for TR 707 or other input) : classic 1 step/ pulse= +2.5V or more), TUNE + or - 50 Cents
- Dimensions: 1060 x 378 x 113mm
- Weight: 12 kg
- Power consumption: 30 Watts
- There is a model with a 100-117 volt power supply card (UK for example) and a model with a 220-240 volt power supply card (France, Germany, Italy, Spain... for example)
- Card with internal fuse adapted to the supply voltage
- Equipped with several programs of check cycles for correct operation described in the technical manual, to carry out memory, CPU, etc. checks.
- Source: Roland service notes, first edition, April 10,1983.
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