Carlsbro has introduced two digital pianos, the PN1001 P240RW and PN1002 P240PE featuring rosewood and ebony lacquer finishes.
Both finishes are complemented by a sliding key cover mechanism. The pianos are designed for all levels of players, from beginners to professional musicians, whether in the home, in music schools, theatres houses of worship, or other performance spaces.
88 full size hammer-action weighted keys, with adjustable touch response, are designed to recreate the feel of an acoustic grand piano. 64 note polyphony, stereo sampled voices featuring 138 different acoustic and electronic instruments, various modes and effects –including dual and split voice, reverb and chorus– 100 auto accompaniment styles and 50 accompaniment songs, metronome, and integrated 3-track / 4 song recorder / sequencer, combine to make these pianos a performance and practice instrument.
The models feature control interface and backlight LCD display and integrated powered stereo speaker system. Additionally, analogue and digital INs / OUTs are designed to facilitate connection to PA systems or dedicated keyboard amplifiers like the Carlsbro Colt, and to recording systems and DAWs; as well as enabling playback of other instruments and sound sources via the internal speaker system. Also included is a USB 2.0 audio and MIDI interface for use with computer based music systems.
No pricing info, but you’ll find more information on www.carlsbro.com.
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