wenn du sowas fragst, dann beantworte einfach erst diese fra wenn du sowas fragst, dann beantworte einfach erst diese fragen, die ich von "synthacon" aus diesem thread gekapert habe und absolut sinnvoll finde: http://www.vintagesynth.org/phpBB2/view ... 21&start=0 So how about following a few of these tips.... 1- What is the MOST you could spend? 2- Is there a more powerful choice just over your budget? If so, save a little more! 3- What type of music are you going to make? 4- Is a Keyboard a priority or would a rack do? 5- Are you prepared for repair bills? If not then DO NOT buy a Vintage unit. 6- Is the synth you are looking at capable of been expanded? 7- Are there more features than you need, if so this is GOOD!!! 8- Read as many REVIEWS as possible, these are not always as subjective as personal views. 9- TRY one out, not always possible, but you can HIRE stuff you know! 10- Dont think that a new synth will cure your musical faliures. 11- Most synths, and I will say that again "MOST" synths can produce the SAME sounds as each other!!! 12- Have you already got this type of synth in your set up? Do you need another? 13- Lusting after the latest in technology is a BAD thing. 14- Get to know what gear you have already, you will then know EXACTLY what you are missing/in need of! 15- Dont worry about what gear other people have, it does you NO GOOD!!