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This piano is pretty much phoning it in.
on June 21, 2014
I bought this keyboard because it was cheap, and I suppose I got what I paid for. The first thing I noticed was that the display was broken such that only the top third of the display even displayed anything, but I don't want to focus on that because I think it might have occurred in transit, and so it is no fault of the manufacturer.
The next thing I noticed was that the volume range is very unreasonable. The lowest volume setting is loud enough for the entire building to hear. I haven't even tested the highest volume setting because any higher than the lowest is uncomfortable to my ears to play. The only way I can have a comfortable keyboard-playing experience is if I plug in my headphones and set them on the desk next to me. Then the volume is reasonable.
The sound quality is pretty much the bare minimum as far as resembling what an actual piano sounds like. There are 100 different types of sounds (timbres, I guess they're called) to play, but honestly, they all sound like the same hollow, electric tones.
This keyboard works as a bare-minimum keyboard. If that's all you need, then great.