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by: steve

casio PX500L gives a clock sound from the key when they return up, so never buy a Casio.

I think Roland PHA II keys are o.k. and Yamaha GH,GH3, NW-keys are good.

It´s good to spend more money on a good hammeractionklaver than useless feature.

When you're an exent pianoplayer you can still use your fine klaver and control update your computer and musicsoftware.

Roland FP-7, Yamaha CLP-370,Yamaha P-155,Kawai(Kawai has the AWA Pro keys I real wood!) Kawai MP8II, yamaha CVP-403 (have guidelamp show how to play) this example is really good.

Yamaha YDPS30
by: David from www.piano-play-it.com

I recommend the Yamaha YDPS30.

It's a fantastic electronic piano with 88 keys that produces a really clear piano sound and has a really sensitive touch that imitates the touch of the piano well.

The next advantage of this instrument is that it is pretty compact and so you can move around with it easily.

It's the cheapest electronic piano that that stands with the standards of a professional electronic piano. We're talking about $799.99 and it's worth every cent.

The YDP-S30 cabinet design is equal parts form and function. Its graphite-colored key bed is cradled in a traditional rosewood finish? well-suited to both classic and contemporary interiors. And the Soft-Shut key cover also serves as a music rest.

The built-in soft, sostenuto, and damper pedals complete the piano playing experience. The right pedal's half-damper effect provides varying levels of sustain ? just like a concert grand.

Technical Info
Number of Keys: 88

Adjustable Touch Response: Hard, Medium, Soft, Fixed

Type: Piano Style Graded Hammer Standard (GHS)

Number of Voices: 6

Notes of Polyphony: 64

Piano Voice Quality: AWM Stereo Sampling

Reverb: 4 Types

Layer: 2 Voices Simultaneously

Preset Song Memory

10 Voice Demos

50 Piano Repertoire

User Song Memory: 10 User Songs Downloadable via PC


Tempo: 32 to 280 bpm

Transpose: +/- 6 Semi-tones

Tuning: A = 427Hz ~ 453Hz

Number (Type): 3 (Soft, Sostenuto, Damper)

Half Damper Effect: 3 Levels of Sustain

Multi-Timbre: 16 Parts


Two 1/4 in. Stereo Out

Pedal Unit: 7-pin DIN


Power: DC IN

Sound System
Amplifiers: 6W + 6W

Speakers: 4.7 x 2.3 inches

Power Supply Model: PA-5D or PA-150 (included)

Body Color
Rosewood Finish

54.7 x 36.7 x 11.8 in. (key cover open)
54.7 x 30.8 x 11.8 in. (key cover closed)

Weight: 79 lbs. 6 oz.

Owner's Manual: Included

USB-to-MIDI Interface: Optional

RB1 Padded Piano Bench: Optional

here's a link where you can find more information about the YDP S30.

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