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Behringer Eurogrand EG2080
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Digital Piano from Behringer belonging to the Eurogrand series

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  • darknico84darknico84

    Behringer Eurogrand EG2080Published on 03/29/08 at 03:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This includes 88 key piano numrique
    3 expression pedals
    14 all sounds good except plutt Voice, Guitar and Strings. Level effects is plutt limit: 4 reverb and 4 effect (chorus, flanger, tremolo, delay), another ct is not what is asked
    MIDI IN / OUT / THRU
    Line IN (jack & RCA)
    Line Out (Jack)

    UTILIZATION

    The key is trs close touch of a piano rel (my partner who has a lot jou on real piano to me certified. It is much better than the Yamaha or Casio keyboard in the same price range.
    The configuration for the various ultra-paramtre is extremely simple and the manual is the most comprehensive

    SOUNDS

    For use with its main Piano (1 or 2), lectric piano or organ (pi…
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    This includes 88 key piano numrique
    3 expression pedals
    14 all sounds good except plutt Voice, Guitar and Strings. Level effects is plutt limit: 4 reverb and 4 effect (chorus, flanger, tremolo, delay), another ct is not what is asked
    MIDI IN / OUT / THRU
    Line IN (jack & RCA)
    Line Out (Jack)

    UTILIZATION

    The key is trs close touch of a piano rel (my partner who has a lot jou on real piano to me certified. It is much better than the Yamaha or Casio keyboard in the same price range.
    The configuration for the various ultra-paramtre is extremely simple and the manual is the most comprehensive

    SOUNDS

    For use with its main Piano (1 or 2), lectric piano or organ (pipe, church and jazz) instrument fits perfectly. The sounds are relatively tight deadlines and raliste buy an expander to bring new sound banks. On voice and guitar they could avoid a sound "too good" on my Casio CT670 which is largely older For the strings they could have done better with better quality samples.

    OVERALL OPINION

    So I bought this instrument two weeks ago on the spur of the head instinct (as there are not many reviews on this instrument on the internet). I could not test it but I do not regret my choice and I would resume again if c'tait the same MODEL.
    Before buying this I tried various piano Yamaha or Casio between 700 and 1000 euros but none of them convinced me ... For those who want to get to the piano, the piano again or just play with them without emptying their bank accounts this instrument is perfect.
    Once the piano is quite all mountain massif (70 to 80 kg) and stand well in the pice o he is. There is absolutely not fake.
    Behringer offers a more on-site warranty for two years ... which is not true of all the constructors.
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