Technics SX-PC25 user reviews
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- This great sounding piano Technics SX-PC25 is beautiful, elegant design by Technics to make it look like this and have the beautiful sound it has. This is a full length piano with 7 octaves (88 Keys) and 1/3. It has a MIDI I/O plug for MIDI playing. It has the look of a normal Grand Piano but Technics made it a digital piano with buttons to change its sounds and adjustments but at the same time make it look like a "back in the day" Beethoven Grand Piano. It has a whole library of sounds for you to play with and it offers you a great experience.
- The configuration is easy to understand and it was easy to use the MIDI I/O and the other characteristics. It was easy to set up as all you had to was plug it in and play but if you wanted to play with it on the computer, there were a bit more complicated steps than those. The manual was clear and I could get around easily with the Technics SX-PC25.
- The sounds of the Technics SX-PC25 are great and they can really become any instrument you want it to be but it's preset sounds of piano are outstanding. The sounds are very realistic and the keys are velocity sensitive. You can play as fast as you want and it sounds perfect. The sustain pedals function really well and they give your piece of work a sweet touch of reverb to make the piece sound as clean and beautiful as possible. The Technics SX-PC25 has great sound effects and controls to make your pieces sound differently but still be top notch. The best sounds in the whole library are the Grand Piano ones since they are the richest sounds a piano can possibly play.
- Overall Opinion
- The Technics SX-PC25 is a great, elegant digital piano with the look of an old-school Grand Piano but with the functions of a modern, MIDI keyboard. The keyboard could have a bit more gadgets if it's going to cost what it costs but it's still great for what it is. The value of the price is a bit expensive in my opinion but it's very elegant and useful for people to make music. The sound quality is the best out there and it offers you a lot of sounds. This was my first model and it's fantastic and I'm not thinking of selling or giving it away.
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- Piano numrique
10 + octaves 88 keys
key agile, technology "Touch Response" -> simulation of the double exhaust
32 notes polyphony (16 in stereo)
Instruments: 6 (piano tail, upright piano, electric piano, calvecin, organ, strings)
Connections: MIDI IN / OUT, AUX IN Phono (L, R), Headphones x2, PDAL
Functions: volume, demos, tuning + / - 0.8%, transposition, touching piano, rverberation numrique, select MIDI channels, local control, pedals x2
Speakers: 2 x 15 W 12cm x 2
Other: cons. 70W 50, 39 kg, 138.7x98.3x43.5cm, desk, generate power cord, around 1100 in 2001 (nine in Switzerland Genve)
- The touch keyboard is fabulous!
Of all the electric pianos that I had the opportunity to test (a good fifteen all brands) is unquestionably the best. All the tactile sensations of a real piano are reproduced. The touch is not just ballast but DIFFERENT degree of resistance felt, according to the key is pressed and the attack, exactly reproduce the sensation of mcanisme dual exhaust on a piano r el. In addition, the ballast is rpart in 4 areas along the keyboard touch heavy for the low notes, s'allgeant going towards the treble. (See the official brochure for dtails)
The functions are fairly basic but effective. Apart from the keys, there are only two buttons supplmentaires. This gives a simple piano line, and that is not overloaded with widgets. All orders are carried on the keyboard, holding down the Sound Mode or with or without using the pedals.
Transpose the keyboard is done in a split second, you push "mode" button and the corresponding key tonality required. It is also possible to fine-tune the piano 0.8 Hz prs penny to play with other instruments less fair!
Select the MIDI channel is exactly the same Manir (Mode button + keyboard notes 1 16). Also adjustable: Touch (heavy, normal and lightweight), the rverbration numrique (On / Off). Moving from one instrument to another depending on the same principle. It is also possible to slctionner simultanment two instruments. Well Obviously you can rgler the volume with a wheel.
Finally found a nice little features to select many implementations.
- The sound of the piano line is beautiful. The rverbration you into a concert hall with Rachmaninoff. Each section of the keyboard works flawlessly t, both in terms of touch and at the level of sound, bass to treble, is trsraliste. I apprcie today as much as the Yamaha quarter tail on which I learned to play. Other instruments are well made trs.
The electric piano is gnial. It reproduces exactly the one used by RayCharles, where the sound changes depending on the pressure. Yee yeee-Baby. The instruments are multi-sampled with the Systm Acoustics Dynamic PCM sampling.
The only sound a little rotten, I got, is all fiddle, but I never found one that satisfied me fully.
The only default, from the amp, is a mini breath back, almost imperceptible, that does not vary with the volume. (And yes I had to find a default). I have noticed that 2 years APRS acquisition in the middle of the night, when all around silent silent. So it's not really a default.
- Overall Opinion
- In three years of use, I'm always greatly pleased. It is excellently what it is supposed to do: replace a real piano. No hsitation I will take it, especially the price l. My sister, who has tens of Essy in the Parisian department stores, ended up taking it too (in 2002).
As piano apartment, the SX-PC25 is the instrument IDAL. Well Obviously you will not find normment functions, but all those implementations are effective. I will complter the ending for a Midi Controller together my laptop.
If you do not need thousands of functions, but a "real" piano, the SX-PC25 is the best!
Pro: perfect touch, sound fabulous tail Piano (also Piano E.), fine tuning adjustable qualitprix incredible report
Con: few features, few instruments
link on the official brochure: http://www.technics.com/pdf/pc25.pdf