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  • drulakdrulak

    Not bad

    Delson PDP220Published on 03/03/13 at 02:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    8 octaves piano
    heavy keys
    8 sounds
    noon sustain pedals

    UTILIZATION

    This requires adjustments piano and I'm surprised that the other is poor, I practice the piano for over ten years, I longed for my small digital holiday apartment and I am satisfied. Pedal leaves a little to be desired but for the price, I do not open.

    In my opinion the sound is clear but it is not true that it is very raw settings a bit limited.

    SOUNDS

    I play mostly classical and jazz, although it is limited shades suited my style.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I would say that this is a piano for beginners, or extra ...
    I appreciate the headphone jack.

    I have tried other more expensive mod…
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    8 octaves piano
    heavy keys
    8 sounds
    noon sustain pedals

    UTILIZATION

    This requires adjustments piano and I'm surprised that the other is poor, I practice the piano for over ten years, I longed for my small digital holiday apartment and I am satisfied. Pedal leaves a little to be desired but for the price, I do not open.

    In my opinion the sound is clear but it is not true that it is very raw settings a bit limited.

    SOUNDS

    I play mostly classical and jazz, although it is limited shades suited my style.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I would say that this is a piano for beginners, or extra ...
    I appreciate the headphone jack.

    I have tried other more expensive model and in my opinion it was not necessarily better.
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  • sophie19130sophie19130

    Delson PDP220Published on 04/09/09 at 02:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    8 octaves piano
    heavy keys (so tell it!)
    8 sound events
    noon, sustain pedal

    UTILIZATION

    I bought it 2 months ago, a digital piano brand delson model pdp220
    bought on the internet, I could not try before.
    Touch:
    it is not really extra, too light, not precise enough, and a slight rebound that we feel at the touch after each keystroke.
    and keys driven too far, it's pretty Drout.
    on the other hand, in terms of configuration, the piano is fairly easy to use.

    SOUNDS

    The sound:
    It has 8 sounds.
    sounds unclear, they are too stifling ... in short, they are not at all realistic.
    it has 2 reverb effects. and chorus.pas bad at all
    the reaction to the Veloce…
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    8 octaves piano
    heavy keys (so tell it!)
    8 sound events
    noon, sustain pedal

    UTILIZATION

    I bought it 2 months ago, a digital piano brand delson model pdp220
    bought on the internet, I could not try before.
    Touch:
    it is not really extra, too light, not precise enough, and a slight rebound that we feel at the touch after each keystroke.
    and keys driven too far, it's pretty Drout.
    on the other hand, in terms of configuration, the piano is fairly easy to use.

    SOUNDS

    The sound:
    It has 8 sounds.
    sounds unclear, they are too stifling ... in short, they are not at all realistic.
    it has 2 reverb effects. and chorus.pas bad at all
    the reaction to the Veloce is quite delicate and lack of precision
    only the first piano sound is correct, the rest is pretty mediocre

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's a piano that cost me including shipping, 390, this is really cheap
    but I regret my purchase.
    it is very easy to use, but I'm not at all fun to play it.
    I think the sell and buy a new model "more serious".
    I tried in the music store in my village, casio piano, including one with a function cdp200 the arranger, a little more expensive at about 650 but so much more pleasant.
    Certainly, the delson is really unbeatable price level (that is what made me decide to buy it) but I recommend it only for the 1st year of piano, and then go on a piano more seriously!

    ps: I play 1 / 2 hour per day for 2 months and the keyboard starts to make noise, he slams
    would be a trace of wear ...
    to follow
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