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"Magnificent instrument, the only non-..."
Magnificent instrument, the only non-acoustic piano i've ever played that has a true piano touch and piano sound.
This is a great deal! Close your eyes and you would have no idea that a baby grand is not before you. I have been totally impressed with the sound and quality for the price. My home space is limited and I would be cramped with a true piano. The size fits perfectly. The sound selections are impressive. I am still learning what all of my options are. You won't go wrong with this purchase.Reviewed May 23, 2014
"I have one of the older models and love..."
I have one of the older models and love it. I own some very expensive keyboards but have this one in my foyer and must say it sounds and feels as good as any keyboard I've ever played.....I highly recommend itReviewed May 18, 2014
"This is pretty good. It's like the..."
This is pretty good. It's like the familiar Chinese-made digital piano that is sold under many brand names. The quality of that piano is okay for the price;and the fact that the dealer has put his name on the piano--with a good guarantee--is further assurance that this is a satisfactory piano.Reviewed Feb 20, 2014
"The Dp-25 is a vastly superior piano ,..."
The Dp-25 is a vastly superior piano , sound realism, polyphony memory, and the piano playing experience in general. This piano is a better piano in terms of automatic chord/arranger functions with multi-track recorder and additional instrument sounds.Reviewed Nov 09, 2013
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- "Performance"A 55 y.o. or older female fan of Keith Jarrett from Netherlands
- "Sensitivity"A 55 y.o. or older male fan of The Black Keys from Netherlands
- "Key weight"A 18-24 y.o. male fan of Jimi Hendrix from Ireland
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"I bought this DP, 6 months ago and im..."
Review of Thomann DP-25 I bought this DP, 6 months ago and im really happy with it, for the low price... i think its a real good machine for practic compose. Love the weight keys its real piano and sounds great
" If there are those who are considering..."
Review of Thomann DP-25 If there are those who are considering purchasing this piano I would strongly advise against it. I recently got one from Thomann and sent it straight back. Very poor sounding and feeling - even allowing for the exceptionally low price. If something's too good to be true; it usually is.
"Sound quality is ok, but the sound dies..."
Review of Thomann DP-30 RW/C Sound quality is ok, but the sound dies a bit too fast for my taste. Of course, the sounds have been recorded from a real piano so for some people that’s not a problem. When DSP is on, some strange rustle can be heard, so I don’t use it. When it’s off, sound is clear. For beginners or amateur players sound is good enough, but for professionals or demanding people, sound quality may be too bad. Pitch is accurate and that’s the most important thing for me.
The part where I was surprised the mos: touch responsivity is good and keys are heavy enough, at least for me. Key width is good and not very hard to play. Let me compare this to Roland RP-301 SB, which I’ve played dozens of times. Roland has better sound and key quality, but touch sensitivity is very artificial in Roland. I’d say that DP-30 has better keytouch.
"I bought a Thomann DP-30 digital piano..."
Review of Thomann DP-30 RW/C I bought a Thomann DP-30 digital piano and I am very satisfied with the piano in such a good price. It sounds good and realistic to me, key weight is heavy, but feels more like an old acoustic piano. It is easy to use, my 4 years old can play it at once without my help. It is really a good choice if you just begin to learn and you are in a tight budget. I think it is much better than a Casio once I saw in Costco, I forgot the type of the digital piano,but it costs 599 pounds and still not got hammer effects. The only thing is the delivery. It is too heavy to delivered from Germany,so be careful when you buy such a thing if you cant pick up yourself. The one I bought has a broken lid when I opened package,although Thomann changed one for me,I have to assemble it myself,and it is really a hard work.
In general I love this digital piano.
"I bought my DP-30 19th day October 2012..."
Review of Thomann DP-30 RW/C I bought my DP-30 19th day October 2012 for £320 from Thomann. I’m very surprised how good can this cheap digital piano be. I have to say that if I didn’t know the price, I’d say that this thing would be much more expensive. You really get what you pay for.