88 keys, 10 sounds (2 acoustic pianos, 2 electric pianos, vibraphone 1, 2 harpsichords, 2 pipe organs, bowed strings). Possibility to superimpose two sounds. Possibility to adjust the sensitivity of the keyboard (4 sensitivities available)
Connectors midi in, midi out and two headphone jacks.
Pedal, una corda and sustenuto.
Reverbs: Room, Hall 1, Hall 2, room, stage, setting off + the reverb depth of 0 to 20.
Possibility to adjust the balance, transpose, adjust the La of 427 to 452 Hz
+ Metronome (adjustable intensity and ability to mark the first time) + demo files (classic gadget)
Ability to record production.
Touch is for me what is the best at this price. He beats them soundly Korg, Casio and do not talk, and even Roland (but there is perhaps a personal taste). For cons, I could not compare with Kawai.
For those who do not want to bother changing each time the reverb, sensitivity, etc. ... the grip is perfect.
Manual is very clear.
The sound is very honest. Spatialization is quite natural.
The power amplification is quite sufficient and quality of speakers is convincing.
Small problem: the amplification saturates very slightly when the volume is too advanced (beyond 85% I would say) playing fortissimo. In short, we must still push it to its limits.
I will not judge sounds other than piano. This is not why I bought this keyboard. I confine myself that are very honest without being transcendent.
I like the design very plain that we lose a little amount in the range with the arrival of monitors. It's tough, it does not move.
Which is too bad:
* While adjustable metronome, but it is unclear how many beats per second you are. Personally, I do not really care anyway.
* No line out (we must go through the headphone output)
* When it recorded a song with the keyboard, then pressing the play button does not enable midi output ... For once I find very negative point.
Some slow activation of the una corda pedal. It's not very obvious, but a bit awkward if we chain things quickly.
Aside from this, is a product that is still quite the road despite the arrival of many other models. The nature of the game is fairly unique for a keyboard of this price. It is relatively fun playing, and it's really the point.
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elgiboss's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Excellent heavy touch as a piano or even better than some acoustic ...
Piano sounds very realistic and high quality.
Organ sounds no more. Anyway, we bought especially for the piano sounds.
Excellent value for money.
Purchased in 2009, I had a budget of less than 800 € but the sounds of this budget digital piano max. does not satisfy me at all (Bontempi limit).
I invested a little more for better sound and my choice was the Yamaha CLP 320 without regret.
I also liked the Korg SP 250 at a price of 750 euros for its realistic sound and feel that it is transportable, so I was looking for a furnished. I still bought 6 months later scenes!