Casio ap 620
Die Facts des Casio AP-620 BK: * 88 Tasten * "Ivory Touch" Tastatur (veredelte, mattierte Tasten) * "Tri-Sensor" skalierte Hammermechanik-Tastatur * 250 AiF-Klangfarben * Linear Morphing AiF * 128-stimmige Polyphonie * 180 Rhythmen * 17-Spur Recorder (Kapazität: 10.000 Noten). * 96 Registrierungsspeicher * Zwei Piano-Setting-Taster * hochwertige DSP-Effekte (Hall, Chorus etc.) * LC-Display * Duett-Funktion (ideal für den Unterricht) * Metronom * Stereo LINE IN / OUT * MIDI-In/Out * 2 Kopfhöreranschlüsse * 3 Pedale * Klangvolles Lautsprechersystem (4 Lautsprecher mit 2-mal 30 Watt) * SD-Card-Slot * USB Plug & Play * General MIDI * Abmessungen: 141,2 x 49,2 x 90 cm * Gewicht: 57,1 kg * Farbe: schwarz seidenmatt
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The top model in the CELVIANO range boasts brilliant sound, high-quality workmanship and excellent design. The AP-620 is ideal for advanced playing techniques and offers players an extensive automatic accompaniment feature. Even a simple piano piece sounds special on this instrument. Just listen to the difference! Additional features of this modern top-of-the-range piano include registration memory, 17-track sequencer and rhythm editor. The loving attention to detail is reflected in the ivory effect keyboard surface.
I`m a beginner adult piano player with some practicing time on a Yamaha Clavinova and a Yamaha Arius. I purchased the Casio AP620 sight unseen based on reviews online. The package came very well packed and easy to assemble. The piano itself was quite heavy, so be sure to get help. On the other hand I used 2 kitchen chairs to slowly lift each side up by myself, then slid it over to the stand. After several days of playing with it, I found the keys and the tones to not be as nice as the Yamaha Clavinova or the Arius. The keys for some reason have a synthetic feel to it despite the "Ivory Touch" as opposed to the aforementioned Yamahas. The modern/classic grand piano tones are distinct and sharp versus the warmer tones from the Yamahas. If I hadn`t started out learning with the Yamahas, perhaps I would prefer the AP620`s sharp tones. Having said that, the AP620 has a lot more instruments to choose from, so that`s always nice to play with. The Casio AP620 has a USB Type B plug. While Type B USB plugs are common enough (think USB printer cables) so that I can easily find a cable laying around somewhere to plug my laptop computer to the piano, I can`t easily do so with the Type A plug from the iPad cable. That means you would have to get a Type A female-Type B male connector in order to connect the piano to the iPad. While I have not been able to connect the iPad to it because of that wiring issue, supposedly there are nice iPad piano learning apps that would play well with the Casio AP620. Overall, I am happy with my purchase because I`m a beginner and I love the extra features. However if I were to use the digital piano purely for the piano sounds, I would much prefer the warmer tones and the slightly better key feel of the Yamahas. 0Comment | 3 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you?