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Kenton MIDI Merge

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Active Midi Merger

  • 4 x MIDI Inputs
  • 2 x MIDI Outputs
  • Power supply (included)
  • Robust aluminum housing
  • Dimensions: 110 x 80 x 35 mm
  • Weight: 700 g (with PSU)
Wireless MIDI No
Midi Thru No
MIDI Merge Yes
MIDI Controller No
MIDI Converter / Interface No
MIDI Elektronic No
Item number 220160
£89
Including VAT; Excluding £8 shipping
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Perfect for me
Creation Recording Studio 11.05.2020
This product is perfect for me, because my electronic drum kit is far away from my MIDi interface, this MIDI merge is placed halfway between my electronic drum kit and my MIDI interface, and I connected my electronic drum kit with a standard length of MIDI cable to the MIDI merge, and then a standard length of MIDI cable from the MIDI merge to my MIDI interface, it is a long distance, but thanks to the MIDI merge I get no MIDI delay at all. and I'm left with three MIDI ins on the MIDI merge, Which is ideal! Because I have had many musicians that always want to use their own MIDI keyboard because they are used to the way the keys are weighted, now they can just plug in and record. No more searching behind things for MIDI inputs :-)
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Wors flawlessly
1 BPM 12.06.2021
Contrary to some other midi mergers that I have tried, this one produces no midi leaks neither hung midi messages from mixed inputs. I have been using this Kenton with three totally different inputs: Doepfer Trautonium w cv/gate to midi comverter, Kaossilator and Doepfer Dark Time and the output on a vintage Roland JV-1010 specifically for ethnic instruments. So now I can randomly use either one or more of these inputs without having to patch or switch. So yeah, I am happy.
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Does what it has to do!
Keanu19 29.01.2019
I use this in my rack case. I have taped it to the inside of my 19inch rack case with some midi inputs attached to it from the front of my rack. This way I can use multiple keyboard via midi, into this merger, and then into my interface with only 1 midi-in port.

It works perfectly, hasn't even failed me once. The ports are sturdy, so the cables won't fall out. It is really useful that there are 2 midi outputs, as one is permanently attached to my interface, and the other one can be used if i'd have to link the midi-signals to someone else on stage.
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Sturdy and works very well.
Pixelnix 16.02.2021
I use this to connect multiple MIDI controllers (Novation keyboard, Roland organ pedals and an Alesis percussion pad) to a workstation.

It's sturdy and works very well, haven't had any problems with it, even when using all the controllers at once (the drummer plays the percpad). It's reliable so I'm very happy with it.

I had read that other MIDI mergers that don't have a dedicated power supply can have compatibility issues, so that's why I settled on this one.
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