Re: Difference between QS7 and QS+

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Posted by Haig Dedeyan on September 16, 1997 at 22:45:27:

In Reply to: Difference between QS7 and QS+ posted by Greg on August 15, 1997 at 23:02:22:

: I was wondering if there's really any big difference between the QS7 and the Quadrasynth Plus Piano. It seems that the QS+ costs much less second-hand, but I can't see why. Are the samples worse? What features does it lack? Thanks for your help!

Hi Greg,

I personally have 2 QS+ keyboards and an S4+ for live. I prefer these over the new QS& or QS8 because of the thickness in the synth sounds. The QS+ has the 8M piano sample and 16M of other wave samples giving you a total of 24M of rom where as the QS7 and QS8 both give you 16M of rom(8m for the piano sample and 8m for the rest). Before getting my equipment, I brought home both the QS7 and the QS+ home to do an A B test. I found that the reverb in the QS+ id far better than the QS7 and the synth sounds had more balls to them. Also, for some reason, the piano grand piano sounds in the QS+ sounded more realistic to me. It might be because of the reverb quality, I don't know. The pros about the qs7 and qs8 is that it has 2 card slots but a lousy small display and their editing system is abit different than the QS+.


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