Elektron hardware is known for its innovative features such as parameter locks implemented on their popular xox-style sequencers. Parameter locks give you the ability to change parameters on a per-note basis by simply holding down the step and tweaking knobs. This yields very interesting results instantly.
I was recently given a pair of dead M-Audio AV40 near field monitors. These little speakers are great! However, I was puzzled as to how exactly they had failed. After some googling I found that a few of the capacitors used on these have a tendency to go bad and leak. I decided to open up the case and sure enough: I found the capactior were bulging and had a chemical leak at the top. I removed the capactitors and ordered them from mouser.com as follows:
It's got a gamepad on it, but it's not a GameBoy. It's got a keyboard on it, but it's not a synthesizer. It's running on Linux, but it's not a server. It's got a full-blown sequencer and it's not a tracker! It's KDJ-ONE!