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levdave's review - M-Audio MidAir

- What characteristics have motivated your choice?

Bought to replace my system "interface-z" (http://www.interface-z.com/produits/com05_hf.htm), which too often forgot to send messages midi-off.

- For what purpose?

Use on stage with a Roland AX-7 for a little fun. (See the photo in my profile) (I note that I am a jazz pianist at the bottom ...)

UTILIZATION

- The drivers are stable?

not installed (I use no USB)
- Do you ever happen to saturate the MIDI interface and if so, under what circumstances?

No, except for problems of distance between the transmitter and receiver, no problem.

OVERALL OPINION

- How long have you use it?

last month

- What is so special that you like most and least?

The +: midi-off message when detecting a power signal.
the -: stalls as soon as you move away a little.

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?

a single interface (-z), but there is no wealth either ...

- How would you rate the quality / price?

it's going to use a studio, but the scene it unreliable. (I also noticed that when it moves there are stalls, and just stay still for a few seconds to make sure it works, so as we move into the studio little or no (! ) it must be less annoying.)

- With experience, you do again this choice? ...

I am a little disappointed. Compared with what I used before, the advantage is with the midair, a loss of signal detection automatically sends a message midi-off, so it avoids the notes that had unexpectedly ... For cons, the scope is too limited to use as I did. 10 meters outside, it must be good in a studio but on stage is a bit short. So no, I will not repeat that choice, in fact I think buying a CME Widi.