- 61 touch-sensitive keyboard arranger
- Audio interface: 2 sound output, a microphone, a volume pedal and sustain - a microphone input, 1 x headphones - Midi Connector: In 1, In 2, Out, Through - 32-channel GM Standard
- 292 + 292 preset sounds, the second voice programmable User Voices + 110 - 202 internal styles + 50 programmable patterns - Edit and change possible.
- Effects: DSP Multieffect, 60 different effects, reverb, chorus, flanger, delay, tap delay 4 / 8, wha wha, distortion, overdrive, rotor, bass boost, portamento, mono-legato.
- No sequencer
General configuration simple, easy to use.
Edition sub-menus, easy though somewhat long.
Manual clear and sufficient to learn to use the keyboard
For three months, I regularly use this equipment
The SD5 has the particularity to be able to convert and use all the styles range Ketron, which allows a bank to own styles important loadable patterns (200 patterns expansion card option.
The vocalizing (optional) is less user friendly than the SD1.
Very good price / quality ratio.
This choice I would do without hesitation.