Piano numrique heavy touch
Synthse its RS-PCM
32 Intgr basic sounds (can be many more (128 of memory) by pressing the "A" tone select cot + reverb and chorus intgrbr /> a pitch bend for to toy
Intgre 2x15W amplifier
3 assignable pedals including 2
MIDI in / out / thru
+ stereo in stereo out
Accompaniment - 32 styles expandable via card slot
The keyboard is just great. APRS 13 years of loyal service, he is aging a little but still very effective.
There are a lot of functionality operable via menus or key combinations. Retailer's manual (in french please). CHAC to MIDI is not ais but still accessible.
For cons, the use of the dual cache and 128-voice sound is a little abuse. Just for a, I'll put that 7! (But not!)
Synthse the PCM did not start yesterday. But there are many sounds accessible via a function cache. But for the era, c'tait level sounds cool. The effects are somewhat succinct but it's even a piano base. Rponse dynamics and touch are not bad. The raction is linear, however, there was not much diffrence to "stamp" from a heavy attack and e lgre.
FYI, I think it's the same technology as for the D-110 of the same manufacturer.
The keyboard starts dating a bit and the sounds will eventually land in the category of the "vintage of numrique". However, it remains acceptable for the great era, trs c'tait well. The synth sounds are really nice. The furniture is sturdy and the keyboard much enjoyable. It ages well trs.
I for one cell is now 13 years since I got mine and I could not do spare. If I want others, I will invest in an expander. It is a pleasure for a pianist and can play with the aspects or synth arranger keyboard with ease. The ergonomic design of menus is a bit lgre but still manageable.
As for connectivity, it is a rgal. We can all connect in all directions. An excellent piano numrique.
Only default: weight. But hey, it's not meant to be carted around.