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Publié le 01/05/10 à 01:16
MAGNIFICENT instrument, sound outstanding, price was a little heavy but is ngoc; cons by quite complex handling so there are significant possibilities connector usb, midi ethernet etc.

UTILIZATION

fabulous touch (you're on a real piano) manual a little "mess" configuration Gnrale cons ease by using the MIDI

SOUNDS

sounds are excellent, however my preferences goes to her piano that is perfect and then the sounds of Jazz Organ (Hammond among others)

OVERALL OPINION

from 1 month to replace an old Clavinova CVP-85 the particularity that I like least is the lack of lighting on the keyboard and the dashboard when ds is a dark room, but I I Remde by installing a ramp LED MININEON acquired at the price quality ratio is difficult to assess given the price catalog (16000), but it pays bnsiterie bene lacquered in black polyester . I would do even when this choice
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