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    Balanced outs?

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    Do Keyboards or sound modules usually have balanced outs?

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    i believe so... otherwise i bet your noise ratio would show when you connect it to your mixer...
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    Many keyboards DON'T have balanced outs (like most instruments). On the other hand, many sound modules (especially pro units), do!
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    Originally posted by Blue Bear Sound
    Many keyboards DON'T have balanced outs (like most instruments). On the other hand, many sound modules (especially pro units), do!
    sorry.. once again i'm thinking v/a gear when they say "keyboard"
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    Most of the keyboards I have seen do not have balanced outs. The keboards I see are under $1000.
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    Originally posted by scottboyher
    Most of the keyboards I have seen do not have balanced outs. The keboards I see are under $1000.
    listen to him ^ don't listen to me

    it's all about what gear you buy man... check the manual... i got balanced out on everything i've got, but i know nothing of rom keyboards and modules...

    depending on what you need, you might wanna get something else that rom keys and modules though... personally i couldn't use them for anything but drums.. it's all about what you wanna do with it...
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    In reality, does having balanced outs make much difference when you are only running a 1metre cable to the mixer.

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    It *can* make a difference... but I wouldn't worry about it a whole lot.....
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