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  • Kawai X-130Published on 07/07/06 at 08:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Low-end keyboard 6 octaves.
    100 non ditables sounds (as by far the GM)
    MIDI
    polyhonie:? (Never felt this problem cot ...)

    UTILIZATION

    Simple. Manuel good.

    Little less: transpose function is not directly accessible is a bit heavy.

    SOUNDS

    Sounds crappy.

    OVERALL OPINION

    has to do ten years I have this keyboard.
    (Remember the price I was young ... lol)

    For a keyboard of this range should not expect miracles from his cot. But it would still have given a keyboard that is less noisy.
    Fortunately, I still find him attractive as a MIDI controller.

    If I would buy one again c'tait has other models on the keyboard less noisy. ...
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    Low-end keyboard 6 octaves.
    100 non ditables sounds (as by far the GM)
    MIDI
    polyhonie:? (Never felt this problem cot ...)

    UTILIZATION

    Simple. Manuel good.

    Little less: transpose function is not directly accessible is a bit heavy.

    SOUNDS

    Sounds crappy.

    OVERALL OPINION

    has to do ten years I have this keyboard.
    (Remember the price I was young ... lol)

    For a keyboard of this range should not expect miracles from his cot. But it would still have given a keyboard that is less noisy.
    Fortunately, I still find him attractive as a MIDI controller.

    If I would buy one again c'tait has other models on the keyboard less noisy.
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  • Kawai X-130Published on 10/21/09 at 13:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    this little fix is ​​not a high-end course, but he flew perfectly my expanders
    same signals are received tr626 my bunk that sounds Percussion
    So as not to devalue the

    UTILIZATION

    manual very clear
    no editing apart from its variation with the chorus
    transposes efficiently transmitted via MIDI
    the piano is ok with good dynamic

    SOUNDS

    tablecloths, and sound of bells, some bass sounds, split bass strings

    OVERALL OPINION

    unearthed in a pitcher I've tried and I liked it
    plugged in my home studio a little more substantial ...
    Read more
    this little fix is ​​not a high-end course, but he flew perfectly my expanders
    same signals are received tr626 my bunk that sounds Percussion
    So as not to devalue the

    UTILIZATION

    manual very clear
    no editing apart from its variation with the chorus
    transposes efficiently transmitted via MIDI
    the piano is ok with good dynamic

    SOUNDS

    tablecloths, and sound of bells, some bass sounds, split bass strings

    OVERALL OPINION

    unearthed in a pitcher I've tried and I liked it
    plugged in my home studio a little more substantial
    See less
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