raul De arriz | 4 Feb 02:31 2012
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What happened to my sequences?? - they are all transposed!!

I reloaded my sequences form mu SCSI hard disk backup and they all are playing transposed upwards a few steps 
- Any idea why and 
- how do i fix this? 

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raul De arriz | 4 Feb 02:36 2012
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IS an internal Hard drive worth it for a k2500x - and yes i forgot to say K2500x in my previous email

IS an internal Hard drive worth it for a k2500x  
   - and yes i forgot to say K2500x in my previous email asking about the weird transposition issue with my
reloaded sequences

I wonder about the hard disk BECAUSE i don't know if it might create issue with external chain, beta or any
other complications that would void its usefulness

thoughts - but only if you HAVE experience with using an internal HD in a k2500 or K 2000 series!

thanks y'all

RR

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jammie | 4 Feb 12:10 2012
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Re: IS an internal Hard drive worth it for a k2500x - and yes i forgot to say K2500x in my previous email

there are 2 controllers in the k series of samplers 1 internal and 1 external that address the scsi ids

so yes it will not conflict the external connector as long as you dont set the same scsi id as only one of the
drives will respond to it
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  From: raul De arriz 
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  Sent: Saturday, February 04, 2012 1:36 AM
  Subject: [KL] IS an internal Hard drive worth it for a k2500x - and yes i forgot to say K2500x in my previous email

    
  IS an internal Hard drive worth it for a k2500x  
     - and yes i forgot to say K2500x in my previous email asking about the weird transposition issue with my
reloaded sequences

  I wonder about the hard disk BECAUSE i don't know if it might create issue with external chain, beta or any
other complications that would void its usefulness

  thoughts - but only if you HAVE experience with using an internal HD in a k2500 or K 2000 series!

  thanks y'all

  RR

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gmjsse2003 | 4 Feb 19:32 2012
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K2vx help needed

Hi All,

I haven't been here in many years. I guess I was on this list everyday back in 1999 to 2002, so some might
remember me and I may remember some of you.
When my K2vx is on, it will turn off in about an hour and then back on, and then cycle to on and off over and over...

I just got back from the 3rd repair shop, and no body can fix it for me. This last tech said he thinks the problem
is in the mother board, and nobody can get these parts anymore because Kurzweil sold to Young Chang, who
then sold to somebody else...

I don't know how to go forward with this. I am NOT going to put a $3,200
synth on the road for the trash because of some little $25 faulty resistor or capacitor on my Mother Board.

I guess I need a repair shop that has some old Kurzweil parts because Kurzweil does not support their product
any longer. I'm pretty pissed right now and I feel I should call the Attorney General of NY, to go after
Kurzweil for me. I know I will never buy another Kurzweil product ever again.

Any advice short of getting my gun out will be greatly appreciated.

Best,

 Gary

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atmospherics4 | 4 Feb 20:11 2012
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Re: K2vx help needed

Have you tried E.A.R.S. In New York....they are very good.....and some deep breathing would be good about now.
D
Sent via my  CrackBerry 

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Date: Sat, 04 Feb 2012 18:32:02 
To: <KurzList <at> yahoogroups.com>
Reply-To: KurzList <at> yahoogroups.com
Subject: [KL] K2vx help needed

Hi All,

I haven't been here in many years. I guess I was on this list everyday back in 1999 to 2002, so some might
remember me and I may remember some of you.
When my K2vx is on, it will turn off in about an hour and then back on, and then cycle to on and off over and over...

I just got back from the 3rd repair shop, and no body can fix it for me. This last tech said he thinks the problem
is in the mother board, and nobody can get these parts anymore because Kurzweil sold to Young Chang, who
then sold to somebody else...

I don't know how to go forward with this. I am NOT going to put a $3,200
synth on the road for the trash because of some little $25 faulty resistor or capacitor on my Mother Board.

I guess I need a repair shop that has some old Kurzweil parts because Kurzweil does not support their product
any longer. I'm pretty pissed right now and I feel I should call the Attorney General of NY, to go after
Kurzweil for me. I know I will never buy another Kurzweil product ever again.

Any advice short of getting my gun out will be greatly appreciated.
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Gary Brumm | 4 Feb 20:34 2012
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RE: K2vx help needed

Gary,

You can probably pick up a K2000 for around $300 and transfer any options from your old one.  They really aren't
worth the repair cost.  I picked up a K2000VX for $125 that was dead and fixed the power supply for $5 in parts.
It's still a great synth but not worth much $ wise.  Good Luck!

Cheers,

Gary

From: KurzList <at> yahoogroups.com [mailto:KurzList <at> yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of gmjsse2003
Sent: Saturday, February 04, 2012 10:32 AM
To: KurzList <at> yahoogroups.com
Subject: [KL] K2vx help needed

Hi All,

I haven't been here in many years. I guess I was on this list everyday back in 1999 to 2002, so some might
remember me and I may remember some of you.
When my K2vx is on, it will turn off in about an hour and then back on, and then cycle to on and off over and over...

I just got back from the 3rd repair shop, and no body can fix it for me. This last tech said he thinks the problem
is in the mother board, and nobody can get these parts anymore because Kurzweil sold to Young Chang, who
then sold to somebody else...

I don't know how to go forward with this. I am NOT going to put a $3,200
synth on the road for the trash because of some little $25 faulty resistor or capacitor on my Mother Board.

I guess I need a repair shop that has some old Kurzweil parts because Kurzweil does not support their product
any longer. I'm pretty pissed right now and I feel I should call the Attorney General of NY, to go after
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Roger J | 4 Feb 23:58 2012
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Re: K2vx help needed

Many shops have a guys that can not repair at the component level unless it is a simple repair. There are
probably less than 50 techs nationwide that can do component level repair.  The rest are board level
techs.  And then there is the unit level tech, that if you send him or her a new instrument, they will swap
the guts and maybe fix your gear!  

Did anyone replace the big 5 volt cap, 68,000uf as I recall.  Some of these caps would open when they got hot. 

What do you mean by turns off?  Locks up, or does it goes black like you turned it off? 

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Subject: RE: [KL] K2vx help needed

  
Gary,

You can probably pick up a K2000 for around $300 and transfer any options from your old one.  They really aren't
worth the repair cost.  I picked up a K2000VX for $125 that was dead and fixed the power supply for $5 in parts.
It's still a great synth but not worth much $ wise.  Good Luck!

Cheers,

Gary

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Sent: Saturday, February 04, 2012 10:32 AM
To: KurzList <at> yahoogroups.com
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David Smith | 4 Feb 23:03 2012
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Re: K2vx help needed

Cut 'em some slack dude. All the techs that know that synth have probably all moved on by now or retired.
Microsoft doesn't support XP anymore and that's a lot newer than the K-2000... 

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 From: gmjsse2003 <gmjsse <at> rit.edu>
To: KurzList <at> yahoogroups.com 
Sent: Saturday, February 4, 2012 1:32 PM
Subject: [KL] K2vx help needed

  
Hi All,

I haven't been here in many years. I guess I was on this list everyday back in 1999 to 2002, so some might
remember me and I may remember some of you.
When my K2vx is on, it will turn off in about an hour and then back on, and then cycle to on and off over and over...

I just got back from the 3rd repair shop, and no body can fix it for me. This last tech said he thinks the problem
is in the mother board, and nobody can get these parts anymore because Kurzweil sold to Young Chang, who
then sold to somebody else...

I don't know how to go forward with this. I am NOT going to put a $3,200
synth on the road for the trash because of some little $25 faulty resistor or capacitor on my Mother Board.

I guess I need a repair shop that has some old Kurzweil parts because Kurzweil does not support their product
any longer. I'm pretty pissed right now and I feel I should call the Attorney General of NY, to go after
Kurzweil for me. I know I will never buy another Kurzweil product ever again.

Any advice short of getting my gun out will be greatly appreciated.

Best,
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jack | 5 Feb 09:19 2012
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Re: K2vx help needed

that sounds like a psu problem cycling bad caps not holding there charge

take out psu and send to me 

synth and sampler repair 
42 glastonbury crescent 
walsall 
ws3 2rf
united kingdom

and i will service it and test it properly for all operations

i have some k2000 spares and test machines to test your psu in
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: gmjsse2003 
  To: KurzList <at> yahoogroups.com 
  Sent: Saturday, February 04, 2012 6:32 PM
  Subject: [KL] K2vx help needed

    
  Hi All,

  I haven't been here in many years. I guess I was on this list everyday back in 1999 to 2002, so some might
remember me and I may remember some of you.
  When my K2vx is on, it will turn off in about an hour and then back on, and then cycle to on and off over and over...

  I just got back from the 3rd repair shop, and no body can fix it for me. This last tech said he thinks the problem
is in the mother board, and nobody can get these parts anymore because Kurzweil sold to Young Chang, who
then sold to somebody else...

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Gary Judge | 5 Feb 14:56 2012
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Re: K2vx help needed

Hey Thanks Jack,

I may send this to you if I need to, but I would be very afraid to open 
my machine and remove the psu because I don't even know what it looks 
like. I would much prefer somebody to whom I could give the machine to, 
and have them open it up and remove and fix what ever needs repair. But 
if I can not find anybody to do that, I'll take the machine back to the 
shop, and have their tech remove the psu for me, so I can send it to you.

Thank you so much!

Gary

jack wrote:

>that sounds like a psu problem cycling bad caps not holding there charge
>
>take out psu and send to me 
>
>synth and sampler repair 
>42 glastonbury crescent 
>walsall 
>ws3 2rf
>united kingdom
>
>and i will service it and test it properly for all operations
>
>i have some k2000 spares and test machines to test your psu in
>  ----- Original Message ----- 
>  From: gmjsse2003 
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