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  • GadzGadz

    GEM PRP700Published on 05/01/07 at 09:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    88-key keyboard. It sounds possde 16 (each with a variation) of ACCS easy rverbes 4 and 4 non ditables effects (or trs trs little).

    At the rear, and an output between 1 Stereo (for jack), USB, headphone jack, MIDI and possibility to connect three pedals.

    UTILIZATION

    Touch raliste and "grip" easy.

    SOUNDS

    The quality of sound is it I think suprieur competitors. The sound reproduction is not trs "charpentquot;, no big sound, however tight the stro is impressive. Compltement He filled the space and thus distinguishes this trs well among other instruments.

    The two pianos are of the light-current-plutt good bass, not shrill treble can be a lack in the midrange (but the…
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    88-key keyboard. It sounds possde 16 (each with a variation) of ACCS easy rverbes 4 and 4 non ditables effects (or trs trs little).

    At the rear, and an output between 1 Stereo (for jack), USB, headphone jack, MIDI and possibility to connect three pedals.

    UTILIZATION

    Touch raliste and "grip" easy.

    SOUNDS

    The quality of sound is it I think suprieur competitors. The sound reproduction is not trs "charpentquot;, no big sound, however tight the stro is impressive. Compltement He filled the space and thus distinguishes this trs well among other instruments.

    The two pianos are of the light-current-plutt good bass, not shrill treble can be a lack in the midrange (but the amp or the PA system plays an important rle)

    2 pianos "Rhodes" and a "wurli" trs warm. For formulations have to go look for the Clavia ct to do better.

    An organ type Rock. Trs good sound a little lightweight in terms of acute. It's a shame that there is only one.

    For the rest I use little note and a whole string synth layers for designers to make arrangements.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 6 months and I am satisfied with TRS. Especially as I struggled to find it!
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