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Published on 04/27/12 at 05:13
Keyboard
61 normal keys
Touch Sensitivity: 2 types, Off
Maximum polyphony
64 notes (1 to 32 for certain tones)
Sounds
620 preset, 310 custom
Solo Synthesizer Sounds: 100 preset, 100 custom
Layer sounds Hex: 50 preset, 50 custom
Organ tones with harmonic bars: 50 preset, 50 custom
PCM sounds of melody: 400 preset, 100 custom
PCM drum sounds: 20 preset, 10 custom
Effects
Reverb: Reverb system
Chorus: Chorus system
DSP: 100 preset, 100 custom
53 kinds (46 normal, 7 Solo Synthesizer)
General EQ: 4 Band
Demo Songs
3 pieces
Performance functions
100 preset, 100 custom
Functions Phrase
Preset Phrases: 100
Custom phrases: 100
Play Mode: Once, loop
Memory size: 128 KB
Miscellaneous: superimposition
Sequencer functions step-by-step
Sequence Preset: 100
Custom sequences: 100
Number of Mono tracks: 8, Poly: 1 Control: 4
Reasons: 8 types by sequence
Channels: 100
No maximum: 16
Miscellaneous: Control functions Phrase
Mixer
Internal parts + 16 parts from an external source
Other functions
Transposition: ± 1 octave (-12 to 0 to +12 semitones)
Octave shift: ± 3 octaves
Tuning: A4 = 415,5 - 440.0 to 465.9 Hz
Arpeggio: Preset: 100, Custom: 100
MIDI
16 multitimbral channels received, GM Level 1 standard
Wheels
Bender, Modulation
Memory Cards
Supported memory cards: SD Memory Cards or SDHC, 32 GB maximum
Functions: SMF playback of audio files, file backup, file recall, file delete, card formatting
I / O
USB port: TYPE B
MIDI IN / OUT: IN, OUT
Pedal jack extension / assignable: Standard jack (extension, sostenuto, soft on / off)
Headset Jack: Jack ordinary stereo
Taken straight out of left / mono: Standard jack x 2
Output Impedance: 2.3 kW, Output voltage: 1.7 V (RMS) MAX Audio input: Stereo mini-jack
Input impedance: 9 kW, Input Sensitivity: 200mV input jack instrument: Ordinary Jack
Input impedance: 9 kW, Input Sensitivity: 200mV input jack Microphone jack (for dynamic microphone only)
Input impedance: 3 kW, Input Sensitivity: 10 mV
Power outlet
9.5 V DC
Supply
2-way
Batteries: 6 D-size batteries, carbon zinc or alkaline
Battery Life: Approximately 35 hours (alkaline batteries, with a headphone CASIO CP-16 optional)
AC adapter: AD-E95100L
Auto Power Off: Approximately 6 minutes after last key pressed when the batteries are used, approximately 4 hours after the last key pressed when the AC adapter is used. The sprinkler can be disabled.
Consumption
= 9.5 V 4 W
Dimensions
94.8 × 38.4 × 12.4 cm
Weight
Approximately 5.4 kg (without batteries)

UTILIZATION

simple configuration.
manual clear and French.
Quick and easy editing sounds (already a lot of factory) and effects (not yet tried the mic in).

OVERALL OPINION

unrivaled power, possibilities and ergonomics at that price by far!
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