Korg Triton series -2000    Weight = ? Lbs. Number mfg.= ? MRP=$3375 (pro x)

User Manual: synthmanuals.com (only orig. triton as of 11/14)
Reset Proceedures: N/A
Operating System code: N/A
MIDI or other control protocol:
Software related Links: N/A
Patches or knob settings:
Circuit Overview: below
Scematics/Service Manual:
Common Service Issues/Tips: below
Parts Sources: Triton Keys LE Keys knobs semiconductors misc
Uncommon chips/modules used: many
General Info Links: Korg.com

Circuit Overview:
     Extensive digital synth. Several renditions and keys from 61 to 88 of course. "LE" versions use a cheaper key movement and trim some options, as does X50 with it's side handles.

Service Tips:
     Buttons are getting sticky... work with deoxit to avoid removing boards etc. Tap with a plastic screwdriver handle on the end. Real fast and not so hard you break the board or something :-).

Here are the reset procedures for the LE and X50 which may have incorrect instructions in some locations:

The proper way to reset the X50 is:
1. Press the [GLOBAL] button to enter Global mode. the button will light.
2. Press the [EXIT] button. You will be in the GLOBAL 0"system page.
3. Press the [Utility} button to access the UTILITY menu.
4. Use the "click Point" "down arrow" to select"load Preset Data" and press the center of the "click point" control. A dialog box will appear on the display "Load Preload Data"-- Kind: "ALL".
5. Choose the "kind" and use the value dial or [INC][DEC] buttons to select the data that you want to load.
6. Press the [MENU/OK] button. A dialog will ask you to confirm the operation.
7. Press the [MENU/OK] button once again.

The proper way to reset the Triton LE is:
1. Press the [GLOBAL] key.
2. Press the [F8][UTILITY] key.
3. Press the [F7] key and CURSER (down arrow) to select "Load preloaded/Demo Data.
To load ALL of the factory data at once use the DIAL or the [INC] [DEC] to select "ALL". Press [F8] "OK" to confirm.

Beware there are non official operators manuals on the net that have the wrong reset procedures.

Parts: I have some parts that are the same so feel free to ask what the current stock is on a given thing. Contact