Hello! Thank you very much for the article, great to read from our community.
Here are a few corrections and remarks about the article:
First, the Link has all the sounds contained within the Sylphyo, you just need to update your Link in the same way as your Sylphyo. These sounds can be used wirelessly with Sylphyo or independently with another midi controller, using the usb or the Midi DIN ports on the Link.
Secondly, plugging in your Sylphyo via usb to use it as a midi controller does not actually drain the battery or ruin it. This would have been the case many years ago with older batteries, but newer batteries are much more resistant to this kind of wear, so much so that they do not deteriorate significantly from being plugged in.
As for your comments about using Sylphyo and Link with a windows computer, we regularly use windows computers (I myself use one almost exclusively) for our music and have not had a problem with latency and no needs for specialised drivers. Can you tell us more about this issue? Are you using windows 10 or a previous windows OS?
Regarding your comment about no bluetooth functionality in the Sylphyo, we chose not to include bluetooth connectivity because it is generally slow, unreliable and has poor range. Instead, the proprietary wireless technology that connects the Sylphyo with the Link receiver has a range of more than 20 metres, a latency of less than 1ms and is very reliable.
I hope this is helpful to you! Please let me know if you have any questions or additional comments.
Maxence + Aodyo Team