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Delson TB800L

Keyboard Arranger from Delson

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Delson TB800LPublished on 09/14/08 at 12:00
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
"Keyboard" 61 standard keys.
Large LCD "multifunctional".
128 "sounds" (General MIDI questionable qualitée)
Polyphony 16 notes. (Worthy of a keyboard 93)
100 demo songs. (Totally useless)
Inputs / Outputs: microphone, headphones, sustain, MIDI IN / OUT.
A shame, that itself for a beginner or a child, I have never seen as bad keyboard, it can servire master keyboard will be useful if the buttons not let go after 4 months)

Oneway = Delson keyboard.

USE

Very simple.

NOTICE GLOBAL

It is a toy that does not last and destroys oreils by its sound quality poor. …
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"Keyboard" 61 standard keys.
Large LCD "multifunctional".
128 "sounds" (General MIDI questionable qualitée)
Polyphony 16 notes. (Worthy of a keyboard 93)
100 demo songs. (Totally useless)
Inputs / Outputs: microphone, headphones, sustain, MIDI IN / OUT.
A shame, that itself for a beginner or a child, I have never seen as bad keyboard, it can servire master keyboard will be useful if the buttons not let go after 4 months)

Oneway = Delson keyboard.

USE

Very simple.

NOTICE GLOBAL

It is a toy that does not last and destroys oreils by its sound quality poor.
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Delson TB800LPublished on 06/29/06 at 11:13
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The TB800L Delson is a keyboard arranger whose CHARACTERISTICS (5 octaves, midi in out) are perfectly Describes the site.

It could therefore be trs well but there are 2 major problem:

- Trs Touch is bad: it is hard trs trs. Much harder than acoustic piano ... with a major diffrence in hardness between the white keys and black even harder.

- Sound is trsmdiocre.

UTILIZATION

The use is very simple, the computer part of quality.

Note that the system allows most learning to pretend. Level 1 just type in a key rate, no matter which ... This can be useful for the rhythms not for the ratings, especially since there is no partition bits of dmonstration.

The Learning Systm...…
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The TB800L Delson is a keyboard arranger whose CHARACTERISTICS (5 octaves, midi in out) are perfectly Describes the site.

It could therefore be trs well but there are 2 major problem:

- Trs Touch is bad: it is hard trs trs. Much harder than acoustic piano ... with a major diffrence in hardness between the white keys and black even harder.

- Sound is trsmdiocre.

UTILIZATION

The use is very simple, the computer part of quality.

Note that the system allows most learning to pretend. Level 1 just type in a key rate, no matter which ... This can be useful for the rhythms not for the ratings, especially since there is no partition bits of dmonstration.

The Learning Systm light that indicates the correct key to play only works with songs prvus factory ...

OVERALL OPINION

The problem of hardness of the keyboard is important. Nothing to do with a Yamaha arranger keyboard or an acoustic piano. This keyboard combines the excrable mdiocre actually a hardware that I delivered to the attic. I deprecated the purchase.

Too bad, because the computer capabilities are good.
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  • Manufacturer: Delson
  • Model: TB800L
  • Category: Keyboard Arrangers
  • Added in our database on: 09/13/2005

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