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Synthroid vs generic brand If you're not familiar with this concept, check out tutorial on why a cheap generic synth is not a good to buy. The reason that cheap generic synthesizers tend to be bad was also summed up with this great quote: The problem with cheap synthesizers is that they're usually very cheap, and therefore generally not very quality. What usually happens is that they have horrible polyphony, bad audio mixing and other major flaws that will make many musicians hate them. Basically, cheap synths are usually poorly built, do not sound professional when compared to brands, and/or are too cheap to ever be considered real instruments, no matter how good they might be on paper. As you've probably figured, I have more doubts about generics, so if you've been following this blog for a while, I'm sure you've seen that I've been comparing generics to synths. We recently had a Synthroid giveaway and both the generic pro variants can be seen here: The Pro version costs £69 (about $92!) whereas the generics I've reviewed cost around 1/5 the price. The generics cost much less than the price of a real synth as they are often assembled in Mexico, so make sure that you buy your synth from somewhere that doesn't ship Mexico…and they also seem to be manufactured slightly better. It's also worth pointing out that you can get a good deal on full Synthroid. What are the most important differences between generics vs. synths? All well and good but when it comes to synth specs, does the best option really matter? Let me start by talking about my current synth: There are a lot of different synths out there, but it seemed worth going all in with the one that was cheapest to make. I Synthroid 100mcg $78.2 - $0.39 Per pill bought this from Amazon and it was for £149 – more as per the specs, less price tag. The first big difference between generics and synths is that usually when you look at the specs, you're looking things like: Power Consumption Signal to Noise Ratio Input and Output Impedance Bass Freq Tone Sensitivity What other things do these have to with quality? For more info on the differences between them, read this article in my synth review guide: You're more focussed on the signal levels and output impedance here so if you're mainly concerned about signal levels, go with a fu