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Cyberdidou Cyberdidou

«  A very pleasant surprise! Superb! »

Publié le 08/22/10 à 06:57
Value For Money : Excellent
All the connections are under the piano.
- MIDI In / out, 2 headphone jacks jack 6.35,
- 1 line in jack plug 6.35
- 1 line out jack plug 6.35
- 1 USB port for connecting a PC (But it is lack of explanation ...)

2 speakers 20W - Stereo sound

88 keys.
8 sounds (Grand Piano Studio Piano Piano1 E, E Piano2, Vibes, Strings, Organ)
Opportunity to combine 2 sounds and adjust their volumes.

3 reverb effects (Hall, Room, Theatre) + OFF
Chorus 1

3 pedals (soft, Sostenudo, Sustain)

Other Functions:
treeble settings / Bass
Split, Transpose, Sequence (2 melody)
The ability to edit data with a PC Piano life the USB connection is indicated in the manual, but there is no software supplied

and there is not any explanation in the manual.

UTILIZATION

touched piano: 3 sensitivity (normal, soft, hard) + OFF
I am not a pianist, but I find the feel very nice indeed bluffing!
My son started at the piano, I will soon return from his teacher on piano.

Usage is very simple, and clear digital display.

The manual is adequate but:
- No explanation on the use of USB.
- No internet link, no info about the editor ...


SOUNDS

The sounds are very accurate and realistic, especially with the sensitivity setting "hard".
I would have preferred more piano sounds, but these two are very good.

OVERALL OPINION

I only come to receive it and I'm not disappointed.
If it all over again, I'd do it again!

The design is superb!
a white grand piano in his living room is class!

Really excellent value for money!
In addition to the bench coupled with range partition is provided!
The finish is excellent, the sound is good, also affected,
probably a pro piano objection to it,
but for a beginner pianist (but demanding) is really great!

Only complaint:
shame not to have planned to hide the cables in the feet for example ...
but hey it's a detail ...

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