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Korg SV-2 73


Stage Vintage Piano

  • 73 Velocity sensitive keys
  • RH3 keyboard with hammer mechanism, graduated weighted in four zones
  • Sound generation: EDS-X (Enhanced Definition Synthesis - eXpanded)
  • Polyphony: 128 voices
  • Layer and split sounds with up to 3 timbres
  • Authentic electric piano, clav and organ sounds including typical background noises, vintage effects and box simulations
  • String, ensemble, brass, choir and synthesiser sounds
  • 4 Concert grand pianos + 2 upright pianos
  • 64 Favourite sounds can be saved
  • Effect section with real tube drive circuit
  • 2 Line outputs: XLR balanced / 6.3 mm jack unbalanced
  • 2 Line inputs: 6.3 mm jack unbalanced
  • Stereo headphone output
  • MIDI input and output
  • USB
  • 3 Pedal inputs: 6.3 mm jack
  • Free SV-2 editor for PC / MAC
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 1143 x 157 x 347 mm
  • Weight: 17.2 kg
  • Includes Korg DS-2H pedal
  • Suitable optional case: Art.510450 (not included)
Number Of Keys 73
Hammer Action Keys Yes
Number of simultaneous Voices 128
Number Of Sounds 72
Effects Yes
Speaker No
Headphone Outputs 1
Sequencer No
Metronome No
Master keyboard function Yes
Pitch Bend No
Modulation Wheel No
Split Zones 2
Layer Function Yes
MIDI interface 1x In, 1x Out
Produkt dostępny od Luty 2020
Numer artykułu 482539
Touch-Sensitive 1
Sound Engine Samplebased
Storage Medium None
USB-port 1
Number of Analog Outputs 2
Pedal Connections 3
Dimensions 1143 x 157 x 347 mm
Included Accessories Sustain Pedal, Music Stand
Weight 17,2 kg
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1 399 € 6 592,93 zł
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Wystąpił błąd. Proszę spróbować później.
Great board for classic sounds!
pawelsz 16.05.2021
I expected top-notch tine electric piano sounds and they are great. FM pianos, strings/orchestral sounds are better than I expected. Reed electric pianos are also good. Acoustic pianos with warm character. Many "hidden" sounds which you can access via editor, much more than 72 panel sounds!

- all built-in sounds are even, good quality
- one of the best of hammer-action key actions in 73/76-key boards, in any price range (Korg RH3), has long pivot length for a digital instrument
- great possibilities of sound editing - with hands-on panel knobs and buttons and much deeper via editor
- totally seamless transition between presets (when volume levels are same and amp section is off)
- instrument is sturdy (metal housing, MDF bottom, cheeks are plastic but appear sturdy, too) and unique looking

Little weaknesses or limitations:
- DS-2H sustain pedal could be higher quality (its housing), but works well, there is also possible to use DS-1H as alternative
- sound transition from one preset to the other is not so seamless when volume levels aren't same (but the sound does not cut out like in some other instruments!)
- layers of sound are routed to the whole effects chain, not individual effects, so you cannot put different effects on different layers, but you can bypass a whole FX chain on layers individually. It is enough for most situations.

If those little limitations aren't deal-breakers for you, I strongly recommend SV-2 as simple to use and very warm sounding stage piano, oriented for classic and vintage sounds - tine pianos in particular.
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Wystąpił błąd. Proszę spróbować później.
I'm in love
adwienc 24.02.2021
I owned the Korg D1 for almost 2 years before pulling trigger on this one, so I knew that I would like the keybed and from all the demos I was certain that the sound is top-class. I wasn't disappointed, SV-2 plays and sounds like a dream, electric-pianos are very lifelike and every variation sounds unique. There are not many sounds overall, but I dare to say that it is the first keyboard I had where all of them are perfectly usable. I am certain that this is the piano that will accompany me for many, many years.

What I like:
• Design, it looks much better in person than on photos
• Sounds
• Every option is accessible via physical knobs and buttons, no menus
• Playing with different effects is just so fun
• Connection options, MIDI, XLR
• Build quality, top part of the casing is made from metal

What I don't like:
• Sustain pedal is just ok
• Launch time is quite long, it takes around 30 seconds after switching Korg on for it to be ready to play
• There is no straight surface to place any synths on top, I'd love to pair Yamaha Reface YC with Korg
• It literally weighs a ton, I can't see myself carrying it for every band practice, but keeping in mind how well it is built I'd say it's justified

This piano plays and feels great but may not be the best for your back
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