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Piano Kurzweil SPS4-8 88t USB/MID
Kurzweil
Pianos Digitales -  Piano Digital Escen
Código: 11172260   Modelo: SPS4-8
$ 76.230,00$ 14.230,00$ 10.068,75$ 66.705,00
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88 teclas con peso, Parlantes incorporados 50w - 128 sonidos - USB/MIDI - Incluye pedal de sustain tipo piano
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Piano digital de escenario

88 teclas con mecánica de martillos
Teclas sensibles
Polifonía de 64 voces
16 partes multi timbre
Funciones Split y thomann Layer
4 zonas de teclado
128 Presets + 64 User
64 MIDI Setups de usuario
Efectos integrados
Ruedas de modulación y Pitch
Pantalla LCD
2 salidas Jack simétricas
2 salidas de auriculares
MIDI I/O
1 entrada de pedal estéreo (soporta dos pedales con adaptador Y)
1 entrada de pedal de control continuo
Puerto USB
Sistema de altavoces estéreo integrado con 2x thomann 4 Woofers de 6" y Tweeter de 1"
Medidas: 1314 x 386 x 114 mm
Peso: 18,6 kg ______________________________________________________________________________________SPS4-8 Overview
For those who prefer the variety of SP4 series quality sounds and MIDI controller features in a more attractive cabinet with built-in sound system, the SPS4-8 is just right. The new graded-hammer keyboard action and integrated yet separable stand (sold separately) combine the best features of a floor-standing digital piano and a pro-quality portable stage piano.

Keyboard: 88-note, graded-hammer action (LK40GH)
Display: 16 character LCD w/ front-panel contrast adjust
Polyphony: 64 Voice Polyphony, dynamically allocated
Multitimbral: 16 parts (one per MIDI channel)
Quick Split/Layer: Easy access with adjustable relative volume (up to 4 zones)
Factory Presets: 128 (taken from the acclaimed PC3 sound set, including select KB3 organs and KVA synths)
User Presets: 64
Factory MIDI Setups: 64
User MIDI Setups: 64 (with 4 programmable zones for splits and layers)
Effects: Dozens of complex effect chains taken from the PC3, with everything from concert hall reverbs to amplifier simulations and rotary effects
Controllers: Pitch ribbon, modulation slider, 1 front panel knob, 1 switch-pedal input (supports optional, dual-pedal), 1 continuous control pedal input
Analog Outputs: Two 1/4" balanced TRS analog (24-bit DACs)
Analog Inputs: Two 1/4" balanced TRS inputs; mix into speaker system
Sound System:
Stereo 19W/channel @ <1% THD+N; 48W maximum total power

Two 4 x 6" woofers (in ported enclosure)

Two 1? neodynium magnet dome tweeters

Headphones: 2 front-mounted 1/4" outputs
MIDI: In, Out
USB:
Complete MIDI functionality over USB

User program/setup file transfer to/from PC/Mac

Operating System updates from PC/Mac

FREE OS Updates: OS updates over USB
FREE Sounds: The SP4 can also load programs created on our PC3 and PC3LE series keyboards (*within the limits of the SP4's DSP resources). Additional sounds are also available for download on our website (loaded over USB)
Included Accessories: Power cable, Switch pedal, USB cable, (4) self adhesive feet
Height: (4.5") (11.43cm)
Depth: (14.5") (36.83cm)
Length: (51.75") (131.45)
Weight: (41 lb.) (18.6 kg)
Power: 90-250V free voltage external power supply (19VDC, 3.42A)

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