Akai Professional PG5 Black
Akai Professional PG5 Black

PG5 Black, Digital Piano from Akai Professional.

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sfg34's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Akai Professional PG5 Black
Note: there are also black lacquer
Heavy keyboard 88 keys
Two banks (A, B) x 8 instruments (1-8):
A1 Piano 1
A2 Piano 2
A3 Piano 3
A4 El piano 1
A5 El Piano 2
A6 Vibes
A7 Cembalo
A8 Pipe Org
B1 Digi Piano
B2 Mellow Piano
B3 Digi Bells
B4 Marimba
B5 Synth Vox
B6 Strings
B7 Organ
B8 Synth Brass
The sounds are not editable.
There are three sliders for Volume, Brilliance, and reverb level.
Effects: Chorus (on-off), three Reverb: room, stage, hall.
Splittable keyboard with two fixed point a choice.
Adjusting the volume x voice and opportunity to transpose an octave (+ o -) each voice.
8 User Programs.
4 track recorder (I do not know how it functions and what is its capacity because I have this piano since yesterday and I have no user manual - in my akai they said that there is no possibility of have ..).
It also has a card reader but I have no idea what type of memory card (or sound can be?) It can read.
2 headphone output, 1 x microphone jack with volume control and the level of reverb.
the three classical MIDI (IN, OUT, THROUGH).
Stereo audio input (2 standard mono phone jack)
Stereo audio output (two standard mono phone jack).
Pedals 3.


The touch keyboard is nice and similar to that of a clavinova but surely I was far from being comparable to a real piano
Configuration, without notice, except the very simple function for which registration will require some tinkering before you understand everything.
MIDI setup very effective for this type of instrument: there are a lot of parameters that can be changed, as the channel, synch.
No manual for me: the piano I bought used and the former owner no longer had it.

I was looking for a master keyboard with touch heavy and I fell on this occasion, it is a pretty sight and sounds great


The sounds are quite nice for this son of a piano.
The speakers are integrated and more, as there are openings in the tray of the tail, the sound changes slightly when the tray is open so it mimics a real grand piano


I have this piano since yesterday, I'm happy because it's really beautiful.
Before buying it I had a Clavinova CLP 360 and I find that the GP5 to Be Akai is a great digital piano.
The piano is wood lacquer, black in my case, and it is very suitable to find its place in a salon.
the only thing I wish they had the keys are made of wood