Roland HS-60 Programmable Polyphonic Synthesizer

Roland HS-60 Programmable Polyphonic Synthesizer (Juno 106)

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Roland HS-60 
It's a Juno 106 with speakers

About This Keyboard

This Roland HS-60 seems to be in very good working order but we don't know how to test every function. We did have all new voice chips installed and they all passed the tests with flying colors. All of the buttons and sliders seem to work well be we don't completely understand their functions so we don't know for sure. All of the keys play well and there are no chipped or broken ones. Cosmetically it is in very good condition with just the normal scuffs and scratches you should expect on a vintage keyboard. There are three sliders that don't have the original knobs. It has sounds in all positions of group A and B but we don't know if they've been modified or not. 

From Vintage Synth

Simply, a consumer level Juno 106 with built in speakers and amplifier. It's quite a bit uglier but sounds all the same. Marketed for the home user hobbyist. It even has a sheet music stand option. It's cool if you can find one because it's like a portable Juno 106 that you can play anywhere with those built in speakers! Another feature of this synth is its stereo MIX IN, a stereo input for jamming with other sources of music through the internal speakers. If you're going to use the HS-60 in the studio, you'll need to insert a 1/4 inch plug into the headphone output to bypass the internal speakers since they will continue to output sound when a plug is inserted into only the main audio outs, and this can be quite annoying for studio work.

  • Polyphony - 6 voices
    Oscillators - DCO: pulse, saw, and square
    LFO - rate and delay
    Filter - non-resonant high pass and resonant low pass
    VCA - ADSR, level and gate
    Arpeg/Seq - None
    Keyboard - 61 keys
    Control - MIDI
    Date Produced - 1985
  • It is important to remember that when buying a used keyboard it may not operate or look exactly like a new one. Used keyboards develop wear over time that can cause such items as function buttons, knobs, sliders etc. to fail to operate as smoothly or easily as when they were new. Our technician does check these items and if they are deemed unusable they are replaced but some function buttons may require more pressure or manipulation to make the appropriate changes. Cosmetically your used keyboard may have scuffs, scratches, cracks to plastic pieces, discolored keys or other visual impairments that might not show up in the photos. We try to mention any obvious visual imperfections but may not consider them serious enough to post in the listing.