Digital pianos? (Perhaps one of the first?) Yamaha Clavinova CLP 200.
61 keys, 3 sounds:
A switch of graduated volume.
Connectivity: entrepdale strong "damping" entepdale sustain, MIDI in / out / thru.
And among stro RCA phono outputs.
Polyphony total, 4 hp or bundled.
The keyboard is nice-looking but very heavy !!!
Well I do not know what year it was, but it seems out of One of the first generations of numriques keyboards, it's a Clavinova CLP.
Nothing too complicated keyboard quickly took over.
Regarding touch, it's pretty hard dcrire, a heavy touch without notch.
Aftertouch not very powerful, there are better aujourd'hui.Difficile play cascading buttons are not flexible enough!
Do not drive esprez du Midi with is very basic that level l!
Sound is the weak point of this keyboard!
Piano Piano 1 and 2 are the same, one is clear, the other is deaf. But the sound is bad, no definition deepens, that is why it seems to me first generation.
In costing the headphone means even the signal dgrader on end!
The sound of harpsichord however is better succeeds, quite powerful and dynamic.
The symphonic effect is clean Yamaha is a kind of chorus stro. (Without great help!). The more you increase the volume the sound is more agrssif, rson evil Wholesale !dropoff window
I have this keyboard for 5 years, it has given me.
Today I used to drive me from a sound expander and my Roland VK8 organ. (Second keyboard) His touch is unpleasant for the organ (no aftertouch) but not against glissando by!
I have already had several corrosion problems on aftertouch, I would eventually replace keyboard for another one of these days!