It was manufactured by Kawai but originally released under the Teisco brand-name in Japan when Kawai bought out Teisco.
The Kawai SX-240 and the Kawai SX-210 never got much attention due to entering the market during the time of the digital revolution and poor marketing.
The SX-240 is often said to sit somewhere in between the Polysix and the Juno 6/60 in terms of sound.
While that could be a generally true statement, the fact is the SX-240 does not sound like either of them, but rather has its own unique analog sound. Most found second hand have NI-Cad battery issues causing a common symptom of not being able to retain saved patches to memory.
This battery must be replaced or modified to a Li-Ion battery to ensure a long life for the SX-240.
Even without showing any symptoms, it's best to have the Ni-Cad looked at for possible leakage.
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You have the options of poly-8, poly-4 and mono modes.
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All the parameters have an LED light on the right hand side of the face of the SX-240 to make it very easy to see what you're editing, though only one parameter can be edited at a time.
Saving your edited sounds is very easy thanks to a huge LCD display and using the keys of the keyboard to type the name of your edited sound alphanumerically.It also has an LFO trigger button to start or stop the LFO on command.