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Xkey AIR 25 Key Bluetooth MIDI Controller, Silver
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|Model Name||XKEY AIR 25 KEYS BLUETOOTH|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||20 x 8 x 4 inches|
|Item Weight||0.6 Kilograms|
About this item
- Full Size Piano Keys, Ultra Mobile Award Winning Keyboard
- Only 0.6 inches thick and weighs less than 2 lbs. – Goes wherever you go
- Professional playability with velocity sensitivity, Polyphonic after touch & more
- Rugged anodized aluminum frame built for years of use - NOT plastic
- Simply plug & play with all formats: IOS, Android, PC, MAC and Linux
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By Sharon A. Thoms on May 7, 2019
Two things keep me from giving out that one last star:
1. This thing clicks so loudly you will have to turn up the volume to hear your music. No kidding! This bothered me so much I considered returning it but ended up keeping.
2. The USB input jack is so fragile you'll be afraid to use your $200 little device! Not sure how long this will survive on my desk under careful use. It literally sits on the jack while its connected and every time I change its position I am afraid it will disconnect.
If these two issue were address
Also, they should prominently state in their notes that you should purchase another USB device (which they currently aren't even selling!) to be able to use this with Windows. This is why I still haven't tested the wireless feature, even though I paid premium for it. For some reason, I am being a bit generous with my rating.
I wish they'd make a foldable 49 or 61. For now, I have a 25 and a 37 to use in tandem, and the 25 fits nicely in my laptop bag to be always available.
More and more synth apps are including direct connection UIs for BTLE keyboards, but in the mean time, download the Korg BTLE connection app and you'll be in business.
The key travel is a little bit different from other keyboards, and it clicks more like a laptop keyboard does. This actually didn’t bother me at all, and I’ll take it in exchange for the more full sized keys. I tried the AKAI MPK Mini Mk. II., and the keys on that felt tiny, cramped, and mushy by comparison. The XKey really lets you spread out.
All in all, I was incredibly pleased with my purchase and may invest in the 37 key model on down the line.
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I chose the 'air' over the cabled version for convenience. Before buying I did my research on whether latency would be an issue and all the reviews were favourable so I went ahead. I followed the instructions and paired the keyboard with my iPad Pro and received a warning from garage band that there may be some latency. My god I just couldn't believe it. Now I'm no Richard Clayderman but anybody who says they don't notice the latency (lag I call it) is deluded. It's totally unplayable. Next up I tried pairing it with my MacBook Pro via bluetooth but it just won't connect. So here I have it, connected with the supplied USB charging cable, in effect being a wired unit but almost double the cost. Not only that but annoying constantly flashing LED's notifying me it can't connect via bluetooth (how do I turn this off?).
Aside from the latency and connectivity issues, it's a horrible little unit, certainly to play with minimal travel and no dampening. It's pretty much like typing on a mechanical computer keyboard - very loud. What an awful experience. I'm considering sending it back.
AVOID like the plague.