20 Most Recent Korg TR76 76 Key Synthesizer Workstation Questions & Answers

my korg m1 is not turning on?

Korg TR76 76 Key... | Answered on Jan 03, 2015

Check the power cord connection from korg up to the power outlet.

Korg TR76 76 Key... | Answered on Jun 04, 2013

Hello! My Triton LE did that yesterday at rehearsal room. It came on twice (by turning it off and on every time the error message appeared), I could play the auditions and demos but when i hit the keys i heard nothing.

Soon after I went home (still with sweat on my forehead and my heart pumping like a pneumatic drill) I connected it and everything was working like nothing ever happened!

So guys, everybody who has the same problem: Don´t panic! I think for me, the power plug at the rehearsal room had a problem. Who thinks of that? Nobody... So check your keyboard on another power plug...If you can, try it in a friends house. Or check your house plugs.

I assume if the Keyboard doesn´t get enough power, the error message appears. Hope that Helps!

Korg TR76 76 Key... | Answered on Apr 27, 2013

Safest thing is to use a transformer. If it is only 35 watts, that is pretty small.

Often you can find a small "control transformer" that has dual primaries for 120/240 volts.

Connect it as an "Autoformer". In this connection you would only need one thaat would handle half the 35 watts... However, the smallest is probably 5 watts giving lots of capabilty. Google "autoformer" to see how to connect it. Essentially the primaries go in series and you take you 110 from one-half this combination.

The secondary of a control transformer used this way would NOT be used but just taped for insulation.

You might contact a heat and ventilation company as they may have one... even one that was removed for very low cost.

Korg TR76 76 Key... | Answered on Sep 18, 2012

Installing RAM on the keyboard is just like installing RAM in your typical computer. Unscrew the plates off the bottom of the keyboard and underneath you will find two parellel slots (usually beige colored) for the memory chips to go in. Simply place the memory chip in the slot. The memory chip has to to be a specific type of memory chip, does not take regular computer RAM. You can find specific kinds on sites such as ebay. Just type "Korg triton RAM" in the search bar.

Korg TR76 76 Key... | Answered on Jul 26, 2012

For specialized hardware like this, it's best to contact the manufacturer directly.

Korg TR76 76 Key... | Answered on Nov 02, 2011

The Korg Triton 76 is known for this error.
There are usually 2 possible problems.
1) The fuse for the main board has blown, and you must replace it.
This is usually detectable if the unit has a back lit display, and the back light is not on. If it is on, this is usually not the problem.
2) The main board has gone bad, and you must replace it.
There is only one solution to this problem, either buy the replacement unit yourself, and try to repair it yourself, or take it to a reputable repair place in the area.
I hope it is the fuse, it's much easier to pay for, and replace/repair.
Hope this has helped you :) -Denny

Korg TR76 76 Key... | Answered on Jul 14, 2011

Most likely an electronic item could have broken in the circuit board, a resistor, transistor, capacitor, etc. Take it to a technician at a repair shop. Have them take a look at it, usually estimates are free.

Korg TR76 76 Key... | Answered on Apr 30, 2011

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