This video, via Roland product specialist, Ed Diaz, explores the sound capabilities of the new Roland JX-03 Boutique synthesizer:
The Roland Boutique JX-03 module continues the legacy of the JX-3P synth. The original model was launched when button-driven interfaces were popular, so it was designed to give immediate access to preset sounds. It was actually highly programmable though, especially when used with the PG-200 controller that added 24 rotary knobs for instant sonic sculpting.
The 4-voice JX-03 inherits all 24 knobs from the PG-200, as well as the distinctive JX tonal character. Roland also added some extras not present in the JX-3P including new waveforms, expanded DCO range and cross modulation options. You can also slide the JX-03 into the K-25m keyboard unit (not included) for a self-contained, go-anywhere synth experience.
The Roland JX-03 Synthesizer Module has a street price of about US $299. For more information on the JX-03 and the other instruments in the Boutique synth series, consult the Roland US website.