Korg announces at NAMM 2013 the newest model in its series of Digital Pianos, the SP-280, available in april.
The Korg SP-280 features 88 weighted hammer action keys and offers 30 sounds in total, including 5 piano samples, 6 electric pianos, organs, clavs, harpsichord, strings, and more, plus customizable ambience effects (brilliance, reverb and chorus).
A Layer Mode layers two sounds together, and a Partner Mode divides the keyboard into left and right regions. A metronome is included as well as 30 demo songs.
You’ll find on the SP-280 two headphone outputs, a stereo line output, a line input, MIDI In and Out, and two pedals (damper pedal included, sostenuto PU-2 pedal in option). It also features two 22 watts speakers.
Dimensions : 1,361 × 406 × 785 mm / 53.58" × 15.98" × 30.91"(including Stand, excluding Music stand)
Weight: 19 kg / 41.89 lbs (including Stand, excluding Music stand)
U.S. Street price : $699
More information available at www.korg.com/SP280.
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