Its predecessor may have been a decidedly toy-like instrument, but the Stylophone S2 is a genuine analogue synth with dual VCOs, sub-oscillators, a 12dB/octave state-variable filter and an eight-waveform LFO.
There's no MIDI, sadly, but the S2 does support CV/Trigger inputs and come with a built-in speaker and a battery power option.
Value for money:
We haven't yet had chance to take an in-depth look at the S2 but, despite its all-metal construction and decent specs, to a large extent its level of appeal still depends on how keen you are on using a stylus/finger-controlled metal keyboard.
No MIDI means you can't plug your regular controller keyboard into it.
Stylophone aficionados who want to feed their fetish with a synth engine that has significantly more grunt.
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