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Posted on: July 08, 2017 @ 05:53 AM
Total Posts:  295
Joined  02-15-2009
status: Enthusiast

I love my XF8....but it’s too heavy to move around. I am looking to lighten my load.

It looks like the MOXF8 is an XF minus the sampler…

I live in Performance the MOXF Performance mode similar to XF?

What are the other differences between XF & MOXF?

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Posted on: July 08, 2017 @ 07:20 AM
Total Posts:  920
Joined  07-01-2013
status: Guru

Hi alanb,

Here’s a recent thread which will take you to some more threads.  It all should be highly relevant to your question.

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Posted on: July 08, 2017 @ 04:16 PM
Total Posts:  407
Joined  10-03-2010
status: Enthusiast

I bought an MOXF6 so I could use my XF7 libraries I had designed over 4 yrs for a light fly-in travel board.  Performance and Voices are the same - completely.  MOXF has some more waveforms but I don’t know what they are.  Editing takes more menu diving on MOXF than XF.  If you already know the design structure, its not big deal but I’m glad I learned programming on the XF.  And you only have one flash board slot vs two on XF.

XF also has secondary outputs that MOXF doesn’t have.  Some people use those to route organ sounds to an external Leslie sim.  overall a few less this n that but if you don’t need it, the sound engine is identical from a user perspective.

I don’t play the weighted 88 action on either board so cannot comment on differences there. 

I originally planned to only use MOXF6 for road gigs but I’m using it now for most local gigs too.  Thinking of selling my XF7 and getting. FA-07.  XF and MOXF are completely redundant.

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