Technics SX-P50 user reviews
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- This is a digital piano, heavy touch, 88 keys.
The samples are those of a Steinway, and it is very valuable and recognizable to the ear. For other sounds, forget.
- There are some very useful settings such as brightness, reverb., Touch (light / medium / hard), and transposition (to work with someone singing, or group).
Can obviously be used as a master keyboard.
- This keyboard is a faithful companion for 11 years.
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With hindsight, I begin to understand where the defects in the sounds it produces. Sometimes it sounds a bit cramped in the midrange. But frankly, when I hear comments such as 'the piano sound is not up to' .... 'll even play on an upright piano to 4000 euros, even on an old Pleyel grand 10,000 euros, and then return the P50, I will not be surprised by the verdict. Act which if you have 40,000 euros to buy a Yamaha C7 + the euro grant to do twice a year + to make the room to go around. Otherwise, it's nitpicking end of string! The P50 buried many current keyboards, and the limit is what you are, you'll make. The rest is either marketing or uneducated ears have always played the piano on a synth. On P50, the "playability" is excellent. I tried to make him play piano VST sounds supposedly wonderful ... no comparison! It's like a video game, it should be playable, and that the P50 disappoint anyone: velocity / sound / dynamic touch .... compromise is excellent for the price.
- Overall Opinion
- I bought it in Los Angeles in 2001 (it's class, huh?). The entire store was the only one I had caught the eye for the price. I enjoyed all the template end, and I have agreed to the increase. I played through headphones for five years (a Sennheiser HDP 25 a little tired, which is now 20 years old). I'm currently playing with amplified monitor speakers Fostex PM, and is ... very well.
What I miss most is being able to play the synth, electric piano, and organ sounds correct. It is for this reason that I will soon be reformed to buy a North (much more expensive). Even if in the end, for many of us, it always comes back to the sound of piano, I think it's always positive to go back and forth between playing the piano and play other instruments.
Last point: after ten years, no sign of fatigue, no button that fades ... no planned obsolescence??? Instead of selling, I'll keep it!
p 50 technics is very well for my live use and home-studio but shame that he is not splittable.Sons ok.
- Touch enjoyable, not too heavy for me who plays the synth!
- 2 good piano sounds, other?
but that is just a piano APRS.
- Overall Opinion
- 18 months of use without pb.
- For CHARACTERISTICS, see the opinion of Didmo below, which summarizes very well.
- The key of the keyboard is in my opinion one of the most raliste, but no double action like a grand piano.
- Here's why I chose the piano, two piano sounds are very good, although the high and low Defines very rsons like on a real piano. The notes are clear and well calibrated firm despite years of use. It always gives me a good offense needed in some expressive music.
- Overall Opinion
- The brushed metal casing is of high quality and very solid, the buttons are sturdy. Article IDAL to live without much and suffered the assault fragility of tranport, besides t he designed to be transported.
I have 4 years already and is intensment me, I still faithful and has never given worries.
I do not regret my purchase yet.
- 88 notes, 64 poly, enjoyable touch, mechanical nice but that will not satisfy the purist.
Usable sounds: the first two pianos, the rest is anecdotal (2 EP, strings, voices, some organs not terrible). We can stack the two, but polyphony halves. No interest.
But After all, I wanted a piano sound ...
We can fiddle with the Tempra, there are three curves rponse, adjustable brightness, and a reverb with four presets: particular when it is cut, an algorithm for calculating the resonance of the strings are set out, and is rather russi.
Connectors: midi in and out, implmentation minimalist, a sustain pedal, and a plug for external power supply. Two audio headset + 1.
T have a MIDI Through fun, and another That a headphone jack.
Trs not heavy (I have no weight in mind, but I carry too much free shit)
- No wheel, noon minimalist, but still it serves me well even when the master keyboard. In home studio, he returned m'vite notes by hand in the sequencer, and the rest I do by editing.
Repeating, changing sounds directly to the expander, and as I only play jazz piano and organ, or tablecloths, the lack of controllers do not penalize me.
The keyboard is tiring and makes a fast game. A small lack of sensation of the same all at your fingertips, but considering the price ...
- The two piano sounds are really nice especially once trs reverb cut to activate the resonance of the strings.
A small multi-effect replaces all fawns dde favorably reverb integrated.
- Overall Opinion
- I have only two months back on this MODEL, but it suits me. No change in sight.