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  • muchoumuchou

    Galaxy Pianos Galaxy II – Grand Piano CollectionPublished on 06/18/09 at 14:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    J've acquired a few months ago the package that includes 4 galaxypianos 2 pianos. J have tried quickly Bosendorfer and Steinway piano that seems to blend into the crowd. Finally I use the German baby grand which I think is the best piano sound of the moment. ^ I will not go into the technical dtails because it ultimately did little interest. I appreciate, however, provides the interface that lets you change the sound much in keeping a good texture.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound of the German Baby Grand piano seems trs good. The piano sound of my Yamaha Motif sounds cot toy. Just to put my points repre possde I Schimmel piano as a right. Of course not found on the Baby Grand subtleties …
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    J've acquired a few months ago the package that includes 4 galaxypianos 2 pianos. J have tried quickly Bosendorfer and Steinway piano that seems to blend into the crowd. Finally I use the German baby grand which I think is the best piano sound of the moment. ^ I will not go into the technical dtails because it ultimately did little interest. I appreciate, however, provides the interface that lets you change the sound much in keeping a good texture.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound of the German Baby Grand piano seems trs good. The piano sound of my Yamaha Motif sounds cot toy. Just to put my points repre possde I Schimmel piano as a right. Of course not found on the Baby Grand subtleties that were on a real piano, but I must say that the sound is flattering. Finally, a piano numrique that does not sound hollow. I enjoy playing with this sound suitable for jazz and classical. I did cost a few recordings of the piano family. No one thought he could be numrique. C is the first sound that satisfies me, although it is not perfect. I cost of the DMOS Ivory sound seems less full. If someone possde the two I want to have an opinion. I hsit between Ivory and Galaxypiano2. I wish I had the opportunity to try the ivory.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for several months.
    Good quality price.
    Yes I do it again this choice.
    For me the important thing is that the piano music either. The baby grand piano is the best suited write this. (Obviously in my opinion).
    I would like further advice then has your feathers .....
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  • relxchangerelxchange

    Beautiful

    Galaxy Pianos Galaxy II – Grand Piano CollectionPublished on 06/18/10 at 09:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I just bought after Galaxy II New release (May 2010)
    At the height of my expectations.
    Its beautiful diversity, fine adjustments

    A few more setbacks to reproduce perfect sound (up to the demos), but I'm working.

    A very good product.

    Also acquired the Kawai EX, which has a very strong momentum, a very clear, but less clean compared to the finesse of pianos Galaxy.



    SOUND QUALITY

    See above

    OVERALL OPINION

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