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|Average rating: 4.3 out of 5|
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|Pasi Sivula a hobbyist user from Sweden writes:|
It is all about the action. It does not have a lot of features (even though it has what I need)
PROs: Besides some Kawai digital pianos, this keyboard has the best action I have come across. The action is a bit on the heavy side but very comfortable and expressive.
A small comparison with other keyboards and digital pianos I tested before choosing it * CASIO PX-110: ok, actually * M-Audio (all):crap * CME (ll): crap * Yamaha CP33: nice * Yamaha P120: nice * Kawai MP8: very nice! * Kawai 9000 / 9500: very nice! * SL-900 XP: nice but I liked the 880 better * SL-990 SE: - " - * SL-990 PRO : Action is too light for my liking
CONs: To begin with I was a bit annoyed with the noise the keys make, but I have gotten used to it.
I have this very annoying problem with the power switch. I have to press the button very slowly or the unit will not start properly.
I have some strange problems like not being able to assign MIDI channel for other zones but the first one.
Summary If I lost the SL-880 I would definitely buy a new one.
|Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-29-2007 at 16:35|
|sdp a hobbyist user from Belgium writes:|
Simply one of the best midi-controllers available
; very sexy touch (its not an acoustic piano but this as close as it gets) ;
not much functions, but those that are present are very logical layed out
|Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Dec-08-2002 at 18:32|
|Don a professional user from USA writes:|
I have nothing but good things to say about this controller. I also use a Korg sgProX, and I prefer this action by far. It is not very expensive, I paid only $750. for a new one, and it is not big on features. But it does all of the perfunctory splits, zones, layers, patch changes, etc. I use midi mappers (MOTU and Digital Music MX8) so memory is not an issue for me. The bottom line for this controller is that the action, for a piano player, is lovely. With a good piano sample, you can really get a good feeling of being behind a real piano. If you need more features, look elswhere. If you need the best, most solid piano feel, this is it.
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Mar-26-1999 at 02:43|
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