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  KS-32 At a Glance
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Chompi (jpcarbod@elo.utfsm.cl) writes:
The main feature on this keyboard are the marvellous keys. Weighted action piano-like keys are just amazing. It has three response levels, soft, medium, hard, and sounds respond different for each pressure level. The Manual is very good too, although they put the tutorial before explaining the button layout, but you could figured it out. It's main disadvantage is that it has no arpeggiator, which has become really useful ! The display may seem a little small, but it gives complete easy to read information. Overall, a very good keyboard ( for being 8 years old ! ) and a must if you want a controller for less than $500.

Comments About the Sounds:
Incredible pianos, organs and strings. Brasses are also superb, but the organs are by far the best in years.

(Thanks to Chompi for this info.)
and Carsten for the pic

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