Thomann SP-120

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Digital Piano

  • 73 Lightly weighted keys with velocity sensitivity
  • 12 Sounds
  • 12 Demo songs
  • 32-Note polyphony
  • Layer mode
  • Reverb
  • Chorus
  • Metronome
  • Tempo
  • Headphone jack
  • USB to host (Midi & Audio, Windows 8 or later, Mac OS X 10.8 or later)
  • USB audio
  • Line output (L / R)
  • Sustain pedal connector
  • Speaker system with 2x 20 W.
  • Battery operation possible
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1070 x 275 x 88 mm
  • Weight: 6.2 kg
  • Colour: Black
  • Includes power supply, sustain pedal and music stand
  • Suitable optional protective cover: Art.507271 (not included)
available since September 2020
Item number 482377
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Number Of Keys 73
Hammer Action Keys No
Number of simultaneous Voices 32
Number Of Sounds 12
Effects Yes
Speaker Yes
Headphone Outputs 1
Sequencer No
Metronome Yes
Master keyboard function No
Pitch Bend No
Modulation Wheel No
Split Zones 0
Layer Function Yes
MIDI interface USB
Color Black
Colour Black
Finish Matt
Number of keys 73
Polyphony 32
Sounds 12
Number of Sounds 12
Styles 0
Weight 6,2 kg
Included Accessories Sustain pedal, Music stand, PSU
Audio out 1
Midi Interface VIA USB
USB to Host 1
Speaker power 2x 20W
Speaker Power 2x 20 W
Size 1070 x 275 x 95 mm
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179 €
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Best for that price
Michael Poindexter 24.12.2020
I bought this piano a few weeks ago,and my firt impression was like:"Omg,is this for 154Eur?"
First of all,quality of the Digital Piano is really great,no suspicious sounds,when playing,keys are smooth,lightly wieghted as described.
Secondly,the sound is much more better than I thought it would be.
The speakers are loud enough for a medium room,sometimes it was too noisy,so i had to turn the sound down from maximum.
Basically it's Thomann SP-320,just wtihout 15 keys,it is the same.
I would recommend it for a beginner,although,better save up some money for DP-26,but if you don't want.or you have just enough money for that one,you won't be dissapointed.
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Superb!
Peter R. 438 15.02.2022
So much quality for "not much money".
I'm not a gadget person, just wanted a piano/organ, nothing else, to play my music on in my spare time. This is certainly "up" to my expectations, maybe more than I expected at this price.
The sounds are awesome, clean and beautiful to my ears.
I have always been a musician/sound person, so I plug this into my house sound system often and enjoy the big & full sound of this keyboard. Another Thomann success for me.
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very good sound
McKind 24.04.2022
I bought this one for my daughter, as she's learning to play keyboard. However, her previous keyboard had two problems: keys are not dynamics and the piano sound is terrible. This proprietary digital piano from Thomann solves the problems, as the keys are dynamics and the sound is very good.
So, why not 5 stars? Because, in editing mode, I could change some parameters but not others, most importantly, the dynamic response (too sensitive!). And there was not so much help from the instruction manual and from the customer service (usually fantastic).
Anyway, highly recommended as an entry digital piano.
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unrealistic touch sensitivity
strawberrypuffpuff 13.06.2022
I bought this keyboard because it is lightweight and portable and I am gigging a lot these days. The sound, knobs, keys, action, polyphony is all fine (the best you will find at this price) but the deal breaker for me is the touch sensitivity. I have played hundreds of keyboards in my life and only very few of them (some cheap clavinovas) had problems with touch sensitivity. The main problem is that this keyboard registers what I would consider a medium, mf touch as hard, ff. It is nothing like a real piano let alone a typical digital piano or keyboard. I have tried adjusting the 3 touch sensitivity settings, using the keyboard as a midi controller with a third party app (pianoteq) in which I could customize the velocity curve, a combination of the two, even adding compression to the audio output, and nothing worked. It is still registering everything as fortissimo, velocity = 127... and there is no way to play dynamically this way. It is a shame because if it were not for this problem I would easily give this keyboard 5 stars.
Also the sustain pedal is difficult to use but it does work just fine.
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