<font size=\"2\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">It came after the 330, and with higher bit-depth. But it\'s widely accepted as a less-desirable model. I have heard one, but I heard it in a music store and have no basis whatsoever to say if this is well-founded. The 3030 I heard sounded good, I thought. Does it have digital i/o? I know that I love my 330, and am very glad to have purchased it when new, because it has had a nice long life of usefulness for me.Originally posted by Sharmy:
Has any one had any experience with the Roland SRV-3030. If so , how do you like it?
So, I don\'t know if it\'s a matter of different presets, or a different degree of control, but if it\'s essentially an update of the same engine, there\'s something worth having about it at a nice price. How does it sound to you? The \"3D\" reflective models are the things that are fun to play with, and which give you the imaging control tricks which are fun. Some of the presets use those, and they\'re obviously named on the 330. Get into the programming of it, quickly, because that\'s where you\'ll find the depth of the unit.