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[Musikmesse] Korg LP-180 digital piano

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Digital Piano from Korg .

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Korg brought many new products to Musikmesse 2014, and among them the LP-180 digital piano, which is available in black or white finishes.

Specifications:

  • 88 Natural Weighted Hammer Action keys
  • Light, Normal and Heavy actions
  • 120 voices of polyphony (in mono, 60 in stereo)
  • 10 tones: 2 acoustic pianos, 2 electric pianos, 2 harpsichords, vibraphone, pipe organ, electric organ and strings
  • Transpose and fine tuning
  • Built-in chorus and reverb (fixed depth for both)
  • Volume, Piano Play (for demos) and Sound controls
  • 10 demo songs
  • 2×1/8” headphone outputs
  • MIDI output
  • 2 oval speakers, 11W bi-amplification
  • Built-in cover
  • Triple pedal and stand included
  • Dimensions: 1365 × 274 × 781mm
  • Weight: 23.3kg

Full details of this new LP-180 are available at www.korg.com.

 

LP 180
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  • LP 180 02:05
  • LP 180 Piano2 02:06
  • LP 180 E Piano1 01:20
  • LP 180 E Piano2 00:59
  • LP 180 P Organ 01:16
  • LP 180 E Organ 00:40
  • LP 180 Harpsi 01:04
  • LP 180 Clav 00:44
  • LP 180 Vibraphone 01:29
  • LP 180 Strings 01:37

 

 

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