Summary: This is my practice and gig board, it actually replaced my Roland XP-80 and Roland Juno Stage...I love that it's very similar to my Motif ES, very compatible, so very easy to use and set up. I love the fact that it's light weight, not as light as Roland Juno but for 88 keys, it's extremely light. The only thing i dont like about the MO X is da power chord, it's not sturdy enough (for me).
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use, Light Weight, Mobile Motif
Summary: This keyboard had a fantastic grand piano sound. I found the this keyboard coupled with Yamaha Stagepas 500 PA speakers makes this as good as having 9 foot grand piano. The touch can be set in the Utility section to make the piano feel like a Steinway or a Baldwin or even like standard upright piano. Very impressed. I love this keyboard.
Pros: Easy to Use, Realistic Sound, Responsive / Good Action, Touch Sensitive Keys
Summary: Love it as I work till so late to get home. I can play the Mox8 with the headphone to enjoy my time. It will be great if it comes with even better weighted key system/type like the Balanced Hammer Effect Keyboard..
Pros: Easy to Use, Portable, Pre-programmed music, Realistic Sound, Responsive / Good Action
Summary: I am a long time Yamaha keyboard user and supporter. So, choosing a light weight version of the Motif XS is a no brainer for me. Since I own so many Yamaha keyboards, I was actual considering buying something else, just for sake of trying something new. Korg, Roland and many other companies now have light weight keyboards for gigs. I went and tried the other units, but the MOX 8, hands down had the better sound. Warm and realistic! I highly recommend this keyboard.
Pros: Easy to Use, Portable, Realistic Sound, Responsive / Good Action