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DavissDaviss

Good master keyboard piano touch heavy close

Fatar / Studiologic SL-990Published on 11/24/12 at 23:11
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number of octaves (7 1/4)
Heavy touch

UTILIZATION

not terrible selection noon
excellent touch
sufficient manual

OVERALL OPINION

use for 7 years
transportable but a bit heavy

very good quality / price ratio
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tarlion63tarlion63

Very good for home studio but not for stage

Fatar / Studiologic SL-990Published on 03/04/12 at 00:17
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* What characteristics have motivated your choice? Heavy hit
* Which connector (MIDI, pedals ...)? But not both usb fortunately now there are adapters midi / usb very good at almost anything

UTILIZATION

* The keyboard touch is it nice? Should your use? Yes not too bad Though not enough for my taste nuanced

* The general configuration is simple? yes even too simplistic and no opportunity to pitch

* The selection of MIDI channels, patch is easy? Blah blah blah ...

* The manual is clear and sufficient? yes no problem

OVERALL OPINION

* How long you use it? 3 years and bought half of Cygnus 300 euros

* What is so special that you love the most, least?
The higher the...…
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* What characteristics have motivated your choice? Heavy hit
* Which connector (MIDI, pedals ...)? But not both usb fortunately now there are adapters midi / usb very good at almost anything

UTILIZATION

* The keyboard touch is it nice? Should your use? Yes not too bad Though not enough for my taste nuanced

* The general configuration is simple? yes even too simplistic and no opportunity to pitch

* The selection of MIDI channels, patch is easy? Blah blah blah ...

* The manual is clear and sufficient? yes no problem

OVERALL OPINION

* How long you use it? 3 years and bought half of Cygnus 300 euros

* What is so special that you love the most, least?
The higher the hit-heavy for that price is not bad and 88 keys!
-The less, the side cheep product that although almost indestructible robust view seems fragile and of poor quality in its use (mechanical noisy in the high background that arches slightly on a stand)

* Did you tried many other models before buying it? 6
but all were very expensive top!

* How would you rate the quality / price? very decent for once as a master keyboard for home studio but as master keyboard scene that is a disaster!
* With experience, you do again this choice? in fact the coast argus (165 eur) yes 300% but 300 euros ... Even if not for what I do I feel there is enough still too its limits.
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olive36olive36

avic Fatar sl 990xp

Fatar / Studiologic SL-990Published on 09/11/11 at 16:03
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I purchased this keyboard and I regret it is simply great and can take very place and in relation to a majority of the electronic piano is better .... and for a really cheap ... I really recommend it to anyone who works with me as a sample piano pro (256 mb and 1 gig) like being on a piano is really crazy ...

UTILIZATION

great

OVERALL OPINION

years
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RouxxxRouxxx

Fatar / Studiologic SL-990Published on 01/05/09 at 09:46
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
It has a MIDI keyboard touch heavy, with volume pedal
and sustain pedal input.
it has two exits south, but no entries.

UTILIZATION

It is a touching piano-style suits me very well.

I had used, without a manual.
There are four buttons to change the midi channels, key tone,
but I still have trouble with these settings.

keyboards today are much simpler to configure.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for over 5 years.
I bought it for 250 euros used.
I liked the feel heavy and comfortable to play his part over.
Like much less the procedure for selecting the MIDI channel
or to change the tone.
But for my use, I do not need these functions, so everything is going.

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It has a MIDI keyboard touch heavy, with volume pedal
and sustain pedal input.
it has two exits south, but no entries.

UTILIZATION

It is a touching piano-style suits me very well.

I had used, without a manual.
There are four buttons to change the midi channels, key tone,
but I still have trouble with these settings.

keyboards today are much simpler to configure.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for over 5 years.
I bought it for 250 euros used.
I liked the feel heavy and comfortable to play his part over.
Like much less the procedure for selecting the MIDI channel
or to change the tone.
But for my use, I do not need these functions, so everything is going.

more than 5 years after I remake that choice without hesitation, he served only in my home studio
and it is not malfunctioning.
it might be different if he had traveled extensively, but the beast is still solid.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Fatar / Studiologic
  • Model: SL-990
  • Category: 88-Key MIDI Keyboards
  • Added in our database on: 05/17/2002

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