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  • jarviscockerjarviscocker

    Numrique of piano study

    Kawai MR270Published on 10/02/10 at 05:10
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    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A veritable numrique piano with 88 keys made of wood!
    10 sounds:
    Piano 1
    Piano 2
    Electric piano (Rhodes)
    Clavi
    Jazz Organ
    Full Organ
    Harpichorf
    Vibraphone
    Voice set
    Sting set

    Connectivity:
    Line Out (R / L)
    Line In (R / L)
    MIDI Implementation (Thru / Out / In)
    Headphone keyboard cluck
    Soft and Damper Pedal

    15 notes polyphony
    Effects: Chorus + Reverb (Pedal / room / stage / Hall)

    Audio Power: 2 x 20W
    Dimensions 140X48x82cm
    Total weight 59kg

    UTILIZATION

    The feel is almost identical to that of a real piano
    The configuration is simple, the sounds are good, perfect for play / STUDY home

    SOUNDS

    It's my piano troisime digital technology and the sounds…
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    A veritable numrique piano with 88 keys made of wood!
    10 sounds:
    Piano 1
    Piano 2
    Electric piano (Rhodes)
    Clavi
    Jazz Organ
    Full Organ
    Harpichorf
    Vibraphone
    Voice set
    Sting set

    Connectivity:
    Line Out (R / L)
    Line In (R / L)
    MIDI Implementation (Thru / Out / In)
    Headphone keyboard cluck
    Soft and Damper Pedal

    15 notes polyphony
    Effects: Chorus + Reverb (Pedal / room / stage / Hall)

    Audio Power: 2 x 20W
    Dimensions 140X48x82cm
    Total weight 59kg

    UTILIZATION

    The feel is almost identical to that of a real piano
    The configuration is simple, the sounds are good, perfect for play / STUDY home

    SOUNDS

    It's my piano troisime digital technology and the sounds are ok and GPs
    The keyboard is pleasant and reminds me of the Fender Rhodes on which I played 10 years ago!
    The clavicle and its voice is not all terrible, the piano is fun as the 2 organ sounds

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 5 months and I am satisfied with my purchase.
    I tried many current piano numriques I found the sound too cold

    If I had to buy a piano numrique I will do without the same choice problem
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