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Kawai MP9500

Digital Piano from Kawai .

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Anonymous

Kawai MP9500Published on 09/05/03 at 04:33
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It is the twin brother of the MP9000 with an improvement of the mcanique (more acute in the lightweight and heavier in the bass) but also the OS t seen and makes it more flexible with 4 zones assignable as desired!!

UTILIZATION

So a more flexible use of the machine with the OS but still a good study in the manual !!!!!

SOUNDS

A must!! because you can act on the internal sounds that are good for a trs digital piano

OVERALL OPINION

The best digital piano on the market (less than a sound). But it very hard for her to do better with wooden buttons that offer a touch trs enjoyable !!!!! …
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It is the twin brother of the MP9000 with an improvement of the mcanique (more acute in the lightweight and heavier in the bass) but also the OS t seen and makes it more flexible with 4 zones assignable as desired!!

UTILIZATION

So a more flexible use of the machine with the OS but still a good study in the manual !!!!!

SOUNDS

A must!! because you can act on the internal sounds that are good for a trs digital piano

OVERALL OPINION

The best digital piano on the market (less than a sound). But it very hard for her to do better with wooden buttons that offer a touch trs enjoyable !!!!!
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C.l1C.l1

Kawai MP9500Published on 08/22/04 at 01:41
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88 notes. Trsraliste touch (a bit hard in the opinion of some).
A 60 does not sound good quality for most.
A 20NE effects intrssants to customize its sonoritbr /> XLR direct outputs (no need to box) on apprciable scne
Connectivity noon with assignable parameters using four knobs

UTILIZATION

When buying this keyboard, my first touch was CRITERIA.
The no deception. I tried a lot of keyboards before making my choice but the difference with the kawai is important. Here, the weight participate effectively in the key phrase. Although the sampling of sounds is an important parameter to enjoy the quality of the keyboard but no worries.
Be careful though (but the remark applies to...…
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88 notes. Trsraliste touch (a bit hard in the opinion of some).
A 60 does not sound good quality for most.
A 20NE effects intrssants to customize its sonoritbr /> XLR direct outputs (no need to box) on apprciable scne
Connectivity noon with assignable parameters using four knobs

UTILIZATION

When buying this keyboard, my first touch was CRITERIA.
The no deception. I tried a lot of keyboards before making my choice but the difference with the kawai is important. Here, the weight participate effectively in the key phrase. Although the sampling of sounds is an important parameter to enjoy the quality of the keyboard but no worries.
Be careful though (but the remark applies to any keyboard trying to have a realistic piano touch) the organ sounds, for example, are difficult to use for the simple reason that feel of a B3 is the true opposite of a touching piano.
The connection noon is correct. I am interested in growing a computer for scne and four assignable zones Kawai allow me to real-time sounds of my calves.
Single problem: the weight! I must get more than 50 kgs with the flight (wheels). But the 1st floor without elevator, stand 50 kgs, it is sometimes very hard! We must think about when buying a keyboard for scne (ie lug around).

SOUNDS

Some sounds do not suit me. But it is mainly a matter of taste. Any fawn kawaii t has not thought of as a great sound module. But complete with a virtual computer and instrumentals, it was everything you need.
I remember when even with 20 effects, each internal sound can really be tampered with.

OVERALL OPINION

I have this keyboard for more than 6 months and I am very happy.
It is a very complete instrument (midi, sound, pitch bend, reach, 4 programmable zones) so with many possibilities for scne. But the wooden keys psent heavy and the keypad is difficult transporter.Mais soon forget my back pain when I take a chorus of scne.
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cordoba63cordoba63

Kawai MP9500Published on 03/21/05 at 23:54
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Keyboard 88-key hammer

UTILIZATION

The Kawai is one of the few master keyboard with which you can really work, touch is the best I try in this CATEGORY.
it is not surprising when we go back on an acoustic piano keyboards unlike some so-called heavy style korg or roland.
I try avanrt purchase this gem the Promega 3 and frankly at the touch there is no photograph the gem has a very slight touch of spices and work for classical or jazz is not the top. the kawai BPS and I feel the best at and most adjustable on many levels.
At twelve o'clock is a very good master keyboard controllable zones 8 4 internal and 4 external MIDI commands more we think he really has it all.
I is not too...…
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Keyboard 88-key hammer

UTILIZATION

The Kawai is one of the few master keyboard with which you can really work, touch is the best I try in this CATEGORY.
it is not surprising when we go back on an acoustic piano keyboards unlike some so-called heavy style korg or roland.
I try avanrt purchase this gem the Promega 3 and frankly at the touch there is no photograph the gem has a very slight touch of spices and work for classical or jazz is not the top. the kawai BPS and I feel the best at and most adjustable on many levels.
At twelve o'clock is a very good master keyboard controllable zones 8 4 internal and 4 external MIDI commands more we think he really has it all.
I is not too needed because the manual with some basic MIDI that is very simple to solve.

SOUNDS

The sounds are generally well above the piano classic jazz and big studio for the rest Was not this instrument is to have a standard sound bank so prvoir one reason or other expander style for all other sounds
but cost the piano sound with super bass raliste may be a slight defect in acute mdiums but nothing serious.
the relationship is touching sounds excellent!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for almost 2 years and do not resell a lot kawai hand if a similar model with a bank full of sounds that we can do without an expander.
Personally I use a lot for the technical work in apartments and spices to play classical or jazz and I am very very happy. if I would do it again the same choice even if the absolute constraint is the weight of 40 kg bte with flight case, but what else for the quality (88-key wooden & Specifications complete twelve o'clock!)
very good report quality price
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moltonmolton

Kawai MP9500Published on 05/20/05 at 13:46
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IDAL keyboard for anyone who is looking for a realistic touch.

UTILIZATION

Simple and enjoyable to use
custom settings accessible and convenient to regard the South notament

SOUNDS

Sounds good! you can play with the effects!

OVERALL OPINION

A wise purchase requirement that combines the solidity and efficiency!
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  • Manufacturer: Kawai
  • Model: MP9500
  • Category: Digital Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 08/05/2008

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