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    Stage Right by Monoprice 49-Key MIDI Keyboard Controller, Black
    Product # 606607
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    Will this work with an iOS device?
    Russell B on Feb 13, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: This MIDI controller has only been tested with desktop systems.
    What are the measurements on this keyboard (length x width) ? I don't see the size specs listed in the manual.
    William L on Jul 19, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: The keyboard 32.7 inches by 10.5 inches.
    Can anyone suggest what power adapter to use with this. will monoprice guitar pedal adapters work?
    Steven T on Jan 13, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: You could run this controller on a "standard" pedal power supply and a pigtail to reverse the polarity and adapt the 2.1mm ("standard", as used by all Boss pedals and almost every other brand except Digitech and Line6) to 2.5mm. There are several OneSpot pedalboard kits that come with a pigtail for doing exactly that. Look for "Line6 DL4" for another example of the same issue. Also, certain M-Audio keyboards and MIDI controllers have exactly the same situation (and I suspect that these Monoprice units may have common manufacturing origins with M-Audio, if that isn't taboo to point out.)

    I wonder what it's doing that would make it draw a full amp. On USB 2.0 power it's going to be using *at most* 5v at 500mA, and it would be very surprising if a control surface like this really needed much of that 500mA. In any case OneSpot adapters are 1700mA, and the only pedals that really draw much from a pedalboard adapter are the ones with amplifiers and active digital processing.
    Can I plug this into Logitech speakers? Does the keyboard have a 3.5 mm jack?
    A shopper on Sep 16, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: No, it does not have that jack. Largely, because it doesn't create sounds onboard; rather, it sends digital messages over USB or MIDI, so you should look at the device you connect this to. That computer, MIDI instrument, or phone will be the unit that outputs sound; there's where you would route the sounds into your speakers over whatever connector that uses to send sound externally.
    Why does this have a power input? Does it require an A/C adapter?
    A shopper on Jan 13, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I believe it's so the keyboard can be connected through the midi port which does not provide power, otherwise it's connected to and powered by the USB port.
    What are the physical dimensions of this unit? Thank you : ) !
    A shopper on Jun 7, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Length: 30.5", Depth: 8.85" Height: 2.5"
    Does this keyboard have a sustain pedal port?
    A shopper on Dec 19, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, it has 1/4" ports for two pedals "A" & "B". The A port can also accommodate (to some extent) an expression pedal.
    1. does this unit able to transcribe music notations while playing the melody.?
    2. can this unit fill in harmonies ?
    3 can this unit produce musical arrangements of the melody line ?
    A shopper on Sep 1, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: No. This is a pretty straight forward trigger. If you can add a program in your computer, then maybe, but I am unaware how to use it other than a midi trigger.
    Does this come with the USB cable?
    Jonathan S on Feb 9, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, it comes with a standard USB computer cable.
    Can I use an expression pedal with it? And I have read that the velocity gets ruined after some time with the board. Is that true for the most part?
    John N on Dec 20, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can use an expression pedal with this controller keyboard. Velocity sensitivity is not an issue for most users unless you are a manimal that pounds the keys. The sensitivity is adjustable to tailor to your playing style.
    4.1 / 5.0
    10 Reviews
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    1 Star
    Surprising quality & features
    Fair warning: I am not a musician, I am an electrical engineer. I bought this keyboard to control a set of chimes (tubular bells) I am building for a friend, so I just needed something basic. I was expecting just the basics, too. But boy was I in for a pleasant surprise!

    Naturally, all the basic functions work exactly as you'd expect. But this model has a number of extra dials and sliders, ALL of which are remappable! The default settings are quite reasonable, but being able to remap them to anything you want is really convenient, and unexpected at this price point.

    From a more technical perspective, it adheres to the MIDI spec perfectly, and implements a number of optional features I didn't expect. Changing programs and channels is easy once you figure out which knob does what (or remap them to what makes sense to you!).

    PROS: - WAY more features than I expected.
    - Fantastic price.
    - Highly configurable.
    - It just works! Plug and play on both USB and old-school MIDI jack with no drivers.

    CONS: - A few lower keys won't report 100% velocity no matter how hard/fast you hit them. Most are perfect, though.
    - Doesn't come with the A/C adapter (only needed if you are using the old-school MIDI jack).
    April 3, 2016
    Unexpected Deal !
    Need a MIDI, so my friend recommended this site, saying they have great deals almost too good to be true. Found this one and my friend said it was a killer deal. So, since this is my introduction to the world of MIDI, I decided to give it a shot.

    So I ordered it, came within 1 business day, plugged it in to my program (Sonar X3) and of I went ! So far so good ! Works awesome with no hang ups. Love the octave function, it really lets you open up the board especially working on a piano function

    PROS: Quick shipping, plug and play

    CONS: Nothing yet
    March 21, 2016
    Good touch responsiveness
    I just received this today so I can't speak for the longevity of the keyboard but I'm pleasantly surprised by the touch sensitivity of the keys.

    I connected it to my Macbook Pro running Sierra 12.23 and it wasn't registering on the computer in my DAW or in Apple's Midi devices utility. I tried restarting the programs, reconnecting the unit and, powering it on and off. I'm not sure what fixed it but it was up and running in about 5 minutes. I haven't tried setting up the other buttons but the octave keys/pitch bend worked out of the box.
    February 3, 2017
    1 year ago
    Wonderful keyboard
    This is an excellent keyboard for the price. My son loves it and does what he wants it to do.
    January 3, 2018
    9 months ago
    Good overall
    Good for the price but does feel a little cheap. The knobs are alright and the two banks makes it nice to be able to have 8 knobs but only 4 usable at a time.
    March 3, 2017
    1 year ago
    Lotsa bang for the buck
    Great midi input device. Does everything I expected from a small, affordable keyboard controller. Keybed is not spectacular, but at this pricepoint, it's hard to complain. Good, useful purchase for my needs.
    January 8, 2017
    over 2 years ago
    Plays good if you don't switch octaves.
    The keys are little stickier than most controllers I've played. Not bad for a cheap 49 key. I don't know if i have a faulty keyboard or I'm doing something wrong but the octave buttons don't function how they are supposed to. You go up one octave or down and it transposes up 1 key as well and stays transposed. I have to keep resetting the keyboard to get it back in pitch. This is counterproductive to any workflow.
    October 26, 2017
    1 year ago
    Response from Monoprice
    The manual states that the up/down buttons default to Octave. Holding Edit while using up/down transposes. If you are still having trouble please contact customer support for a replacement.
    November 17, 2017
    Dave L Staff
    Works well with iOS v11.x
    Construction is a bit shaky, and the key slant away from the keyboardist seemed odd at first, but the functionality is great for the price. I was also very pleased that my iPhone could supply enough power for the controller to work fine.
    March 13, 2018
    7 months ago
    Good inexpensive keyboard
    I bought this keyboard to use as a controller for a MIDI synth module. My experience is with older synths, and that is the keyboard action this has. The MIDI out (5-pin din) is what I was after - so many controllers are USB-only. I would definitely buy another as I acquire more synthesizer modules. I have only had it for a couple of months, so I cannot comment on long-term build quality but at this price I don't mind having to replace it if it breaks.
    February 13, 2018
    8 months ago
    Keys have sharp edges
    It's a nice plug n play midi controller however the keys are sharp I ended up cutting my fingers playing on this keyboard and was uncomfortable. I have to get sandpaper to smooth out the keys sharp edges.
    August 31, 2018
    1 month ago