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C1500 - Digital Piano

The elegantly simple design of the C-1500 is aimed at players who insist on the very best piano sound and playing action. Sounds carefully sampled (recorded) from a grand piano are used with Korg's professional voicing technology to faithfully reproduce every expressive nuance of the piano. In addition to a set of stereo piano sounds that capture the instrument's full image, a monaural piano sound is also provided (for increased polyphony) as well as electric piano, harpsichord, vibraphone, organ, and string sounds. The weighted-action keyboard naturally reproduces a feel of an acoustic piano, and boasts superb playabilit. A touch control function is adjustable over three steps, allowing you to choose how the sound will respond to your playing dynamics. This is the ideal instrument for those who simply wish to enjoy playing the piano.

Three independent pedals are provided for a maximum of expressive potential-damper, soft, and sostenuto. When the damper pedal is pressed while playing a piano sound, a half-pedal effect is applied to produce a more natural resonance and spaciousness (sympathetic vibration).

The C-1500 offers MIDI IN and OUT so that a sound module can be linked to add more sounds and capabilities to your performance, as well as connecting the C-1500 to your personal computer for lessons, printing out musical scores and more. The C-1500's key transpose function allows you to shift the pitch of the instrument to easily match the range of a singer. And two headphone jacks are provided so that you can practice without disturbing those around you - ideal for lessons with a teacher and student.

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C4500 - Digital Piano

Two types of high-grade piano sound, a beautiful design, and an emphasis on quality from styling to functionality, all at an affordable price.
Korg's sounds are acclaimed by musicians around the world, and the C4500 provides two high-quality piano sounds that use this technology to the fullest, including a spacious stereo piano. In addition to piano sounds, you can enjoy the built-in electric piano, harpsichord, organ, and string sounds. The C4500 also provides reverb and chorus for even richer resonance, and a brilliance effect that lets you adjust the brightness of the sound.

You can create even more sound possibilities by playing two instruments simultaneously, like piano and strings, using the "layer" function. The result can be lavish ensemble performances played on a single piano. And thanks to the C4500's ample 64-voice polyphony, you'll have notes to spare.

The C-4500 is crafted with a rich, dark-brown walnut cabinet and a sophisticated, curvaceous design. This houses an 88-key full scale keyboard that utilizes the principles of a traditional piano's hammer action. It provides excellent response to rapid passages and variations in playing dynamics, allowing richly expressive performance. The key touch control (light/standard/heavy) allows you to adjust the way in which the sound responds to your keyboard playing (touch sensitivity).

Three separate pedals are provided for damper, soft, and sostenuto, allowing professional-level piano performance. A two-track, 14,000 note sequencer lets you record two parts separately like a backing track and a melody). This can be a convenient function to use when you are practicing or working on a new lesson.

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Ci9600 - Digital Piano with TouchView

By sampling (recording) the sounds of a grand piano and applying Korg's acclaimed voicing technology, every resonant detail of the distinctive sound of an acoustic piano is captured. Three piano sounds are provided, including a spacious stereo-sampled piano.
To play these sounds authentically, the beautifully designed Ci-9600 features a real weighted hammer-action keyboard that is heavier on the low end and lighter as you go higher - just like a grand piano!

The Ci-9600/8600 contains 346 high-quality programs from KORG's professional synthesizers. In addition to piano sounds, there are electric piano, organ, flute/sax, brass, strings, guitar, drums, and even unique synthesizer sounds. 676 XG tone generator programs are also provided for full support of GM and XG format sequences, so that commercially available song libraries can be used.You can also layer two sounds simultaneously (Dual) or play different sounds in the lower and upper ranges of the keyboard (Split).

The Ci-9600 features the Korg unique TouchView graphical user interface with a large LCD screen. Sounds and accompaniment styles can be selected and modified simply by touching the displayed words or graphics. Korg has even provided a Help function that displays basic explanations on the screen.

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EC120 - Digital Stereo Sample Piano

The EC120 digital piano uses the most modern digital technology to produce a rich and natural sound. By digitally recording samples from the finest acoustic pianos, the EC120 faithfully reproduces an acoustic piano's complex blend of harmonics, resonance, and reflected echoes.

To further enhance and reproduce the full dynamics of a real piano tone, Korg has developed a powerful sound reproduction system that adds deep physical impact to the piano sound. This amplification and speaker system has been carefully designed to work in harmony with the wood finished cabinet features to ensure that each time a key is struck, even the subtle nuances have a natural audible presence.

For the musician not content with having just a great piano sound, the EC120 goes further to widen musical horizons by providing a selection of other keyboard sounds like organ and harpsichord. The ambience of all these sounds can even be refined with the EC120's digital effects, which include reverb and chorus.

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EC320 - Digital Stereo Sample Piano

For the musician not content with having just a great piano sound, the EC320 goes further to widen musical horizons by providing a selection of other keyboard sounds like organ and harpsichord. The ambience of all these sounds can even be refined with the EC320's digital effects. Three levels of control are provided for the reverb and chorus as well as a three level "brightness" feature.

The modern technology used in the EC320 piano has many practical advantages. You can practice without disturbing anyone by plugging headphones into one of the two jacks. A teacher can even listen in by using the other jack. A special "recorder" function allows you to record and play back performances so you can create your own musical compositions and improve your technique.

For the high-tech player, the EC320 offers a connection to other MIDI equipment via a standard MIDI interface and it also has a dedicated PC I/F (To Host) connector for direct connection to a computer's serial port. Finally, if you have other keyboards or sound modules, you can monitor them through the EC320's speakers by making the necessary connections to the auxiliary input sockets

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