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Digital Piano from Kawai belonging to the CN series

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  • MustcasterMustcaster

    Kawai CN290Published on 06/01/06 at 08:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Digital Piano 88-Keys with hammers system (Advanced Hammer Action III)

    - 4 types of touch: Normal, light, heavy, Constant

    - 8 sound: Classic Grand, Modern Piano, Electric Piano, Church Organ, Harpsichord, Vibraphone, Strings, Choir.

    - Effects: Reverb (Room, Stage, Hall), Chorus

    - Recorder: 3 Songs, 2 Tracks, 1800 Notes

    - Other Functions: Transpose, Tuning, MIDI Functions

    - 2 Pedals: Una Corda or Tonale, and Forte

    - 2 headphone jack (6.35 mm), Pedal input, MIDI In and Out, Line In / Out (RCA)

    - Speakers 2x12 cm, 2x15W

    - Dimensions / Weight: 139x46x99cm, 38.5 kg

    UTILIZATION

    - Touch is just EXCELLENT! Frankly it's been 3 years since I and I is not seen a k…
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    Digital Piano 88-Keys with hammers system (Advanced Hammer Action III)

    - 4 types of touch: Normal, light, heavy, Constant

    - 8 sound: Classic Grand, Modern Piano, Electric Piano, Church Organ, Harpsichord, Vibraphone, Strings, Choir.

    - Effects: Reverb (Room, Stage, Hall), Chorus

    - Recorder: 3 Songs, 2 Tracks, 1800 Notes

    - Other Functions: Transpose, Tuning, MIDI Functions

    - 2 Pedals: Una Corda or Tonale, and Forte

    - 2 headphone jack (6.35 mm), Pedal input, MIDI In and Out, Line In / Out (RCA)

    - Speakers 2x12 cm, 2x15W

    - Dimensions / Weight: 139x46x99cm, 38.5 kg

    UTILIZATION

    - Touch is just EXCELLENT! Frankly it's been 3 years since I and I is not seen a keyboard or digital piano that has as good a touch ... In addition it is adjustable dc c super versatile, genre ranges for exercises you put in heavy touch, to play cushy ac nuance you put on Normal, and when you use it in your pr Master Keyboard synths you put in touch Constant koi ... perfect!

    - Ultra simple Config

    - Midi channel selection simple (you press two buttons mm tps and you press the corresponding key

    - The manual is in french, it is clear and explains what he fo know.

    SOUNDS

    - Classic Grand The sound is simply great ... very well balanced ... I have yet tested sound banks and other Akoustic The Grand Piano or oddly ... I much prefer the original sound of the Classic Grand! ! I like the least ... The Modern Piano Vibraphone is not bad at all, and E. Piano ... c the rest of gadgets for fun ^ ^

    - The effects are basic but effective

    - I find it excellent expression, one can feel vrmt heads the nuances of the game.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Well it's really a great digital piano, I purchased 3 years ago ... I tried a few others I can not remember the names ... but he's clearly shown by the lot of his touch excellent and realistic sound ... and in addition it is a very nice piece of furniture ^ ^
    Value / Price is very good on c ... expensive but worth the time, it was worth the money!
    With the experience I would do without hesitation that choice ... Now I'm jaded because I need money and space so I'll probably sell it in lgtps ... not gonna be a vacuum ... but I hope to find a keyboard more portable and less bulky my little pr studio ... but I feel the same as that of the ca c (dc I'll probably stay home Kawai ^ ^)!
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