61 Notes arranger keyboard large keys
Sensitive keys VLOC the split function
Max polyphony 32
200 PCM tones
Digital effects apply each sound (not ditable)
Reverb gnrale editable
100 rhythms and accompaniments ditables
The level of each instrument is adjustable thanks a small mixer intgre
LCD 32 characters on 2 lines
Squence 2000 notes, internal memory storage.
Possibility to store three pieces
Midi in / out
Audio output jack L / R
Stereo headphone jack the rear (not practical)
Making switch pedals
Expression pedals taken
Battery powered or mains. Batteries, it is convenient but you have 8 large batteries and not take a long time ... trs (Large) transformer provided
Sounds are easily accessible
The auto accompaniment also
All rglages are through the keys of the countrv digital and screen. It's not super practiced, but I've seen worse.
The manual is complete and TRS plutt well.
I use this keyboard for 10 years.
Part accompagenement not understand variation. Although the intros and ends are nice even when it is a bit limited.
The party composition is impractical. The squenceur with its too few notes (2000) is not usable.
Trs positive point of this keyboard is the amount (200), the quality and varieties of sounds. So much so that 10 years later, we find most of these sounds on current machines of the brand.
Good for the sounds of keyboards, piano, brass choirs, organs, flutes, saxophones (excellent).
I do not recommend it to play solo with accompaniment Intgr, but it is a good instrument to accompany a group.
At the time of purchase, I had tried other instruments in the same price range (just over 1000 Euros) and in terms of the Technics sounds largely dominated the competition.
The keyboard is enjoyable and robust. After 10 years it works perfectly.
The party sound reproduction is good. The internal amplifier and speaker (with tweeter) are strong and of good quality.