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Full-function, 88-key MIDI controller keyboard with built-in duplex wireless MIDI interface.
CME's original UF series of full-function Master Keyboards became an instant classic as one of the most convenient and cost-effective full-function master keyboards in the world. Now, with the v2 series, including the UF-80, CME has created the first keyboards with built-in wireless MIDI. Thanks to the innovative WIDI-XU wireless MIDI interface (included), which works with both Macs and PCs, the CME UF-80 controller keyboard gives you 262 feet worth of wireless freedom—perfect for performances.
The durable aluminum case of the CME UF-80 houses more than just a 88-key hammer-action keyboard with aftertouch. Some of the exclusive v2 features include the CME keyboard's all-new circuit design, a redesigned panel function for more convenient control, an expansion slot with MIDI-in, increased velocity curves and continuous controller data density, a user template save function, and U-CTRL functions. The CME UF-80 MIDI controller offers you plenty of opportunity for shaping your sound including 8 assignable control knobs with preset functions (Cutoff, Attack, Release, etc.), 9 assignable control faders with preset functions for volume options and drawbar for organs sounds, 6 assignable shortcut knobs, 6 sequencer remote buttons (Record, Play, Stop, Fast Rewind, etc.), plus panel pager and layer buttons, and data adjustment knobs. The CME UF-80 controller keyboard also has a MIDI-out port, breath controller port, sustain and volume pedal jacks.
Enjoy up to 262 feet of wireless freedom. Order the UF-80 now!
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First of all it took forever to get the thing from the factory to sam ash. Then I hook it all up to run with protools and the stupid board freezes up, goes blank, has velocity issuses that are random, notes that drop out randomly and so on. Now I see that there are firm ware updates but come on...They couldnt have these updates in this board already? I mean it was just built in the factory and shipped out. Plus, there are cheesy componants like the small weak "am fm" radio switch in the back for power. I know for a fact this board will not hold up passed its warrenty. Its going back and they can take this board along with there poorly translated from chinese into english manual and throw it away.