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  • KanikiKaniki

    Delson MD560Published on 03/04/08 at 04:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Type of Piano:
    Synth / Arrangers
    61-note velocity.
    146 stereo sound (including 128 GM instruments).

    Most!
    Large LCD screen displays the notes to play, too good for beginners who are new to solfege!
    Volume - 4 speakers. The sound seems more than adequate
    100 accompaniment styles varied.
    Sustain pedal input option: provides even more opportunity in your game

    Level connectivity:
    Stereo headphone / line out (to play without disturbing those around him)
    MIDI in & out (together with a computer)
    Recording memory integrated!
    desk door-partition
    Transpose - Pitch Bend Wheel.

    UTILIZATION

    Regarding the configuration, not rocket science! Branch and we play it!
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    Type of Piano:
    Synth / Arrangers
    61-note velocity.
    146 stereo sound (including 128 GM instruments).

    Most!
    Large LCD screen displays the notes to play, too good for beginners who are new to solfege!
    Volume - 4 speakers. The sound seems more than adequate
    100 accompaniment styles varied.
    Sustain pedal input option: provides even more opportunity in your game

    Level connectivity:
    Stereo headphone / line out (to play without disturbing those around him)
    MIDI in & out (together with a computer)
    Recording memory integrated!
    desk door-partition
    Transpose - Pitch Bend Wheel.

    UTILIZATION

    Regarding the configuration, not rocket science! Branch and we play it!
    We want to select another sound, the buttons provided for this purpose are very explicit, easy to use.
    The manual (it used for? XD)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use the piano when I started, it must be one and a half years now.
    I loved the ease of use and the LCD screen that displays notes played on the keyboard! It was a tremendous help to my debut solfege!
    I did not test other synth piano (well if you count the few passages in the supermarket ^ ^) but I admit I chose this one for its quality / price ratio. I bought a pack: ski + headphone

    For someone who started on piano and on a budget, the acquisition of delson MD560 is more than enough. Now, do not expect a great hit, it's the synth not forget ^ ^. Now with the experience and having tasted a real piano keys, it is true that it takes to return a synth . on the other hand, to offer a person around me who would get to the piano, I gladly offer the same piano!
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