Had been searching for the ultimate keyboard for me, I found it in the PC3!
4 January 2012
Summary: I started in music by playing organ in the 80's and a few years ago got back into it again after some time off by playing keyboard. I had several different boards from various companies but nothing sounded right to me they were always lacking something and couldn't cut it and got bored with them.
Huge masterkeyboard, comes with a free modular synth
3 January 2012
Summary: I have not been a longtime Kurzweil user. I bought the pc376 last year and a few months ago I upgraded to the pc3k8. Here's my two cents: a) I needed a very powerful masterkeyboard/controller, and boy I got it.
Summary: I have owned a PC3 88 key (earlier version of this) for the past three years. When I first got mine I had some problems with quality control - primarily due to the weight of the keyboard and poor shipping/handling. Kurzweil bent over backwards to make this right for me.
Summary: I recently purchased a PC3K6 (same as the PC3K8 but with 61 keys instead of 88) after being a long term Kurzweil fan (K2500xs, K2600r, K2661). I bought the synth as it had the ability to take the legacy sounds from my K2661 and lift it to a higher plane with the added power of the PC3K6.
Summary: I'm a long time Kurzweil user, though I also own keyboards by Roland, Yamaha, Nord etc. Kurzweil has always been at the top of the heap in terms of sounds, feel, and use as a Master Controller.
Summary: I don't own a PC3K. However, I have owned a PC3X since March, 2008 (one of the first 65 shipped to the US), liked it well enough to buy a PC3 for gigging eleven months later, and added the PC361 to the group about two months ago.
Summary: i finally got the chance to upgrade from a virus ti2 to the pc3k8 and i love it, the limit really only is your imagination and skill, and with the sampling flash ram it really is in a different league to any other board out there.
An Angry Bird's take: Worth it if the deal includes a programmer.
Samuel Chell, amazon.com
10 January 2011
Summary: As testified by the proliferating, confusing number of Kurzweil keyboards based on the still-recent PC3 (soon after its release there were several modified, or PC-"lite" versions in addition to Kurzweil's use of PC sounds in its supposedly more "performance-oriented" SP series), Kurzweil keyboards...