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tontonbrahms tontonbrahms
Published on 01/30/08 at 02:50
Value For Money : Excellent
Hi, I have the MP8.

UTILIZATION

The MP5 is the exact same instrument, but not touch with touches wood but standard. The keyboard is nonetheless excellent, it is even softer to the touch (they force the dose to mp8 I think !!!).
If we win the 10kg weight of the BTE and believe me a account ...

SOUNDS

The big news of the SERIES (mp5/mp8) is the sound bank that begins be finally correct.

The piano is good, but still not at roland.
The electric pianos (ep / dyno ...) are really good trs.
The bass really enjoyable and usable.
Tablecloths / strings do more than dpanner.
The rest of the bank is correct without reaching the level of workstations roland / yamaha / korg.

OVERALL OPINION

It will be understood the goal is to have an excellent piano scne (home or work).
The USB port allows you to recognize the kawa directly as master keyboard in your favorite squenceur.

Most:
- Quality manufacturing / finishing (mp4/mp5/mp8)
- Excellent qualitprix (mp4/mp5/mp8)
- Sound Bank last level (mp5/mp8)
- Quality remarkable touch (mp4/mp5/mp8)

the -:
- Weight of lphantesque mp8 (+ rack mandatory ...)
- Quality of the cable jack and the pedals sustain / mute unworthy of all (replaced by the Emergency Neutrik ...)
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