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Donner DDP-80 PLUS Digital Piano 88 Key Weighted Keyboard, Home Electric Piano, Supports USB-MIDI & Headphones, Semi-open Cover Designed, with Metal Triple Pedal, Power Adapter

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The wood finish is stunning, and the pedal unit matches well despite not being wood effect just plastic one colour but I knew this from other reviews.

I was nervous about the faux wood but it looks great and has a really high quality look, but also the minimalist design I was looking for. You can combine it with a studio setup over midi and USD connection, but anyone who is not techy can simply use it as a delightful standalone instrument.While it does not quite live up to the most authentic sounding patches out there today, its tone comes across as both rich and warm. As a quick recap of this article, I think the Donner DDP-80 is a beautiful keyboard piano with a great sound, a realistic feel, and nicely weighted keys.

The DDP - 80 Piano has an audio output jack which can be connected to any output device that offers the same sized jack. Neatly, the DDP-80’s included floor-mounted full three-pedal unit offers all the versatility and control of a full-size piano, and the two built-in speakers (driven by a 2 x 20W amplifier) fire downwards from the piano’s lower chassis to fill the room with sound. Also, I contacted the seller to ask couple questions and they were super helpful and on time getting back to me with answers. This is my review on a VERY unique and interesting product – the Donner DDP-80 entry level digital piano. This is unlikely to be a ‘set and forget’ knob - particularly if you switch between using the speakers and headphones - and turning it either up or down is fiddly to say the least, particularly if you’ve got the piano up close to a wall.The wood finish is gorgeous, it's light weight, has a small footprint making it easy to move and set up. Upon our first play, we did notice that the keys had a firmer tension to them, compared to what we have seen across other keyboards. It was easy to put together, I pretty much did it myself, just needed help inserting the keyboard into place. The quickest way to protect the digital piano is to put some textile cover on the unit that is large enough to prevent the dust from falling directly onto the instrument. The advanced technology Donner uses delivers a well-balanced, rich, and deep French grand piano sound.

And, the P-45 has been a very popular entry level choice for years now, especially for people who are mostly just wanting a fully weighted, graded hammer action piano with a good piano sample.W hen there is only one sound, no layers, splits, rhythms and accompaniment, or effects or DSP to worry about, this allows Donner to maximize the use of their polyphony and their processing to trigger multiple samples at a time to thicken up and improve their piano sound. But have only given 4* as the keys struggle to move fast enough to make sound on each press of the note when doing quick succession single trills that could be considered more advanced but should be capable for lower levels too, and every now and then the quality of the voice falters mid play but not enough to think it's a fault just think it's because of the level this keyboard is at. I generally don't pay too much attention to brands, and preferring a cheaper off-brand version of a product about 80% of the time.

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