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Roland RD-600
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Digital Piano from Roland belonging to the RD series.

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  • ehmaehma

    Roland RD-600Published on 06/02/03 at 06:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For octaves, well it's like a piano, 8. 128 sounds (Steinway, Rhode, Organ, String, Pad, Vibes, Drum set).
    At the shipping it's like Reverb, ADSR Envelope, FX, etc. .... it's not a synth instead
    While the rear consists of:
    1 x phone, two line outputs symtriques one fixed the other variable (volume, EQ).
    1 between noon and 2 outputs with assignable to a MIDI Through.
    3 PDAL Jack (Sustain, volume, soft, etc ...) assignable.

    UTILIZATION

    Touch me I find it good (though I like heavy), easy to use and the manual is not necessary. (Except for publisher and Sysex)

    SOUNDS

    Then the sound, well I've tried a lot before taking the RD600 and I find them very good (but it's…
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    For octaves, well it's like a piano, 8. 128 sounds (Steinway, Rhode, Organ, String, Pad, Vibes, Drum set).
    At the shipping it's like Reverb, ADSR Envelope, FX, etc. .... it's not a synth instead
    While the rear consists of:
    1 x phone, two line outputs symtriques one fixed the other variable (volume, EQ).
    1 between noon and 2 outputs with assignable to a MIDI Through.
    3 PDAL Jack (Sustain, volume, soft, etc ...) assignable.

    UTILIZATION

    Touch me I find it good (though I like heavy), easy to use and the manual is not necessary. (Except for publisher and Sysex)

    SOUNDS

    Then the sound, well I've tried a lot before taking the RD600 and I find them very good (but it's got an issue).
    I think the piano sound larger than life (it's crazy not!), The effects are valid or plutt flateuses, of which Roland.
    I think it's almost a real piano, except that the leaves sustain DSIR worthy of a keyboard 300
    hla if I press the sustain and I'm a big arpge and whether it will decrechendo, although the last notes are cut (it's a shame). This is the only weak point I Remde taking piano less flatterers and a password.

    The Rhodes trs are good too and the drum set.

    So for a 9 to 5 because of a will therefore sustain 7

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since 1998, I had a thunderbolt, I tried Technics, Yamaha, Gem and I flach for RD600 (and more portable) and I face dchant to sustain the problem is the blocked priori the highest rating, not dernire (that sucks).

    Ratio Q / P is 2000 and even when they can not choose the priori note that price it's sad.

    If c'tait again, although I was hard so it would sound whatever the RD700 is better.
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  • FenschliveFenschlive

    Roland RD-600Published on 03/18/04 at 01:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    8 octaves.
    Keyboard tiring if you are not trained pianist.
    64 sounds (Acts piano, Rhodes, Wurly, Organ, pad, synth, string, clavinet, drums)

    UTILIZATION

    Touch tiring for me that is not trained pianist, but it allowed me to significantly improve my game
    C carry quite heavy but the price of the solid. Good quality workmanship.
    Trs prevent me using simple keyboard as Matra.
    Manual clear and sufficient

    SOUNDS

    Ac. Piano. : Trs good solo (the 3-band allows quliseur rglages purposes) but more difficult to incorporate a mix ...
    Ep: Rhodes and wurly good even if the trs trs heavy touch makes the game difficult compared with the original instrument. EP style sounds a…
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    8 octaves.
    Keyboard tiring if you are not trained pianist.
    64 sounds (Acts piano, Rhodes, Wurly, Organ, pad, synth, string, clavinet, drums)

    UTILIZATION

    Touch tiring for me that is not trained pianist, but it allowed me to significantly improve my game
    C carry quite heavy but the price of the solid. Good quality workmanship.
    Trs prevent me using simple keyboard as Matra.
    Manual clear and sufficient

    SOUNDS

    Ac. Piano. : Trs good solo (the 3-band allows quliseur rglages purposes) but more difficult to incorporate a mix ...
    Ep: Rhodes and wurly good even if the trs trs heavy touch makes the game difficult compared with the original instrument. EP style sounds and D50 or DX7 Yamaha CP80 of good quality.
    Organs: Varis and pretty good overall.
    Pad: Roland c. Well
    String: usable and fairly treated
    Brass: shit
    synth lead: none
    Bass: good acoustic bass. The rest who cares c not the vocation of the piano
    Drums: excellent

    OVERALL OPINION

    It seems that the new MODELS (Yamaha RD700 or P80) are better but I love my piano.
    He had to get used to the touch trs heavy but there is got.
    Pay 1550 Euros 4 years ago new. Good quality for money.
    If I had to change it I would choose a slightly lighter MODEL design and style Rd170 p80 or Yamaha but I do not regret my investment.
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  • keker6166keker6166

    Roland RD-600Published on 07/31/05 at 20:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    88-note hammer mcanique 7 octaves

    UTILIZATION

    Keyboard enjoyable (adapted to play with his Rhodes), a little lightweight for a pianist.
    simple config, including the MIDI
    manual trs clear

    SOUNDS

    Sound bank: trs complte (128 sounds), all types of keyboard sounds, ideal to play in most styles.

    Piano: Steinway I find good. other Ingala
    Rhodes, clavinets: excellent or terrible the effects!.
    organs: correct
    pads: trs good
    strings: correct
    brass: not great
    synths: unequal
    Low Acou, drums: good
    vibes: correct

    Overall I think it has a warm, organic and that's what I love.
    I give 8 / 10 sounds graces the Steinway, Rhodes

    effects: excellent and comp…
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    88-note hammer mcanique 7 octaves

    UTILIZATION

    Keyboard enjoyable (adapted to play with his Rhodes), a little lightweight for a pianist.
    simple config, including the MIDI
    manual trs clear

    SOUNDS

    Sound bank: trs complte (128 sounds), all types of keyboard sounds, ideal to play in most styles.

    Piano: Steinway I find good. other Ingala
    Rhodes, clavinets: excellent or terrible the effects!.
    organs: correct
    pads: trs good
    strings: correct
    brass: not great
    synths: unequal
    Low Acou, drums: good
    vibes: correct

    Overall I think it has a warm, organic and that's what I love.
    I give 8 / 10 sounds graces the Steinway, Rhodes

    effects: excellent and comprehensive trs: reverb, delay, chorus of course but also wahwah, distos, phaser, rotary speaker, flanger,!
    and more full of possibilities for tweaking sounds with pots
    10/10
    effects really suitable.
    The Rhodes, clavinets, coupled with the effects are terrible!

    good expressiveness. (but not as much as my P80)

    OVERALL OPINION

    Purchased 1998. APRS utlisation 7 years I still find this keyboard trs good.
    This is not the best piano numrique, in touch there are better (see Yamaha P80, P120 ...), at his piano, it's really a matter of taste, but if it's playing the piano you are interested, rather buy a yam, to touch and expressiveness.
    on the other hand, if you are looking for a keyboard VERSATILE scne with a big sound, then this is the right choice. (Plus it is beautiful more beautiful than the 700 I think). +: Strong: -: a little heavy 25 kgs.
    ! I bought it for the sound bank, especially piano, Rhodes clavinets, and effects. I think that 2005 is still one of the best Rhodes sounds and the best effect on a piano numrique.
    experience I would do with that choice.
    qualitprix good value opportunities.
    In nine buy the RD700, idem + qq fctions extra and feel a little better I think.
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