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Newbie to midi, Casio and pretty much everything about this keyboard except how to play a tune ... looking for advice I know you can connect WK7600 to an iPad via USB. Has anyone successfully used a Bluetooth dongle for a wireless connection? Or would midi over Bluetooth require special processing within the dongle itself? Specifically I'm wondering whether a standard Bluetooth 4.0 dongle would work (ideally) ... or 2nd option the dongle made by the Y brand for its keyboards ... maybe it also works with other brands? Thanks in in advance for your help. I'm still on the edge between buying this keyboard or a Y brand so don't have one to actually test. RU32day
CYBERYOGI =CO=Windler posted a topic in XW-PD1I yet own no XW-PD1, but I am interested because it takes way less space than an XW-G1 and has strongly dropped in price. But I read that PD1 is mainly a preset instrument, so I have some questions. - Can "solo synth" patches not be edited at all, or is this possible through PC software? (My CZ-230S is also preset based but can edit patches through midi.) - Can it load custom "solo synth" sounds made e.g. on XW-G1 or XW-P1? - Can it play the internal sounds through a keyboard when connected through USB-midi? - Do the drumpads really lack velocity? This is very uncommon with modern non-toy drum machines. - Does it contain internal wifi or bluetooth? To me this would be a definite exclusion criterium not to buy it, because these technologies emit brain destroying microwave radiation and I strictly boycott anything equipped with it.