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    E. The product has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged.

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                                                                                      Precaution                               1
 Thank you and congratulations on your purchase of the DIGITAL PIANO.
Your new DIGITAL PIANO is a state-of-the-art musical instrument which                 Welcome/Contents                         4
incorporates the latest electronics technology to make its operation as easy as       Care of Your Digital Piano               6
possible.                                                                             Unpacking                                7
Your versatile DIGITAL PIANO is ideal for beginners or experienced musicians. In
                                                                                      Setting Up Your Piano                    8
order to enjoy the features and functions of this unit to their fullest, be sure to
                                                                                      External Appearance                     11
carefully read this manual and follow the instructions contained herein.
                                                                                      Panel Controls and Terminals            12
                                                                                      Adjusting the Volume                    14
                                                                                      Demo play                               15
                                                                                      Selecting Voices                        16
                                                                                      Keyboard Percussion                     17
                                                                                      GM Voice                                18
                                                                                      Layer                                   19
                                                                                      Split                                   20
                                                                                      Using Pedals                            21
                                                                                      Reverb                                  22
                                                                                      Chorus                                  23
                                                                                      Functions(Touch, Transpose, Tune)       24
                                                                                      Using Metronome                         26
                                                                                      Recording                               27
                                                                                      MIDI                                    29
                                                                                      The Connectors                          30
                                                                                      GM Voice Table                          31
                                                                                      Drum/SFX Table                          32
                                                                                      MIDI Implementation Chart               34
                                                                                      Troubleshooting                         35
                                                                                      Specifications                          36

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Avoid heat, humidity or direct sunlight.               Take care not to drop the unit and avoid
                                                                                                  Carefully remove the Digital Piano and its accessories from the packing box. The
                                                      strong impact.
                                                                                                  Digital Piano set consists of the following items.

                                                                                                                  Main Unit
                                                                                                                                                                 Right, Left Legs (a, b)
Keep the unit free from liquids, dust, etc...         Never attempt to modify any parts of the

                                                                                                        Pedal Box (c)
                                                                                                                                                                    Rear Plate (d)

                                                                                                      Four Bolts Caps for Legs (e)
                                                                                                                                                                   Four Bolts for Pedal Box
                                                                                                                                                                        (f) (6 44)mm
 During thunderstorms, turn the product off and
disconnect the plug from the power.

                                                                                                       Four Bolts for Main Unit      Five Bolts for Rear Plate
                                                                                                          (g) (M6 15)mm                   (h) (4 22)mm                Owner s Manual

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                                                                                 Attaching the main unit and stand

                                                                                                               Set the stand upright and gently lower
                                                                                                               the main unit on the stand, then tighten
Attaching the both legs and pedal box assembly                                                                 the main unit with four bolts (g) for main
                                                                                                               unit as shown in illustration.
                                 Securely combine both legs(a,b) pedal box
                                 (c) assembly using four bolts(f) and four
                                 caps(e) for pedal box.

                                                                                                               Music Stand
                                 For pedal stability, rotate the adjusters on                                  Raise the music stand built onto the
                              the bottom of the pedal assembly unit they                                       piano s top panel by lifting two brackets
                              comes in firm, contact with the floor surface.                                   on the back of the music stand.

Assembling the stand
                                                                                 Connecting the pedal cord.
                                 Attach the rear plate(d) to the legs and                                      Plug pedal cord(c) which is protruding
                                 pedal box using five bolts for rear plate(h).                                 from the top of the pedal assembly into
                                                                                                               the corresponding port in the back of the
                                 After fixing the crossing plate to the                                        main unit.
                                 legs, set the stand upright and make
                                 sure the stand is parallel.

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Turning on the Power

                         Connect the power cord. Insert the plug at the end
                         of the cord into a standard AC outlet.

                         Press POWER switch. The power is turned on
                         and the initial display appears in the Multi
                         Function Display. The voice of Grand Piano is
                         selected automatically at first.

                         Adjust the volume by using MASTER VOLUME.

                       Press POWER switch again when turning off the
                       power. All lamps and LED display will turn off.


                       Connect a set of stereo headphones(optional) to
                       PHONES jack.
                       Insert plug of the headphone into the PHONES
                       jack on the bottom panel of the piano.

                       When headphones are connected, the internal
                       speaker system is automatically shut off.              1.   Keyboard Cover
                                                                              2.   Control Panel
                       Since the piano has two PHONES jacks, two sets         3.   Keyboard
                       of headphones can be used simultaneously, allow        4.   Pedal
                       two people to enjoy listening to the performance.      5.   Stand

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 MASTER VOLUME   Page 14        METRONOME                Page 26    PLAY/STOP       Page 27        PHONES            Page 30
                                Multi Function Display              RECORD          Page 27        PEDAL JACK        Page 30
VOICE SECTION                   DATA/TEMPO                          TRACK 1         Page 27        MIDI IN           Page 30
 LAYER           Page 19        TOUCH                    Page 24    TRACK 2         Page 27        MIDI OUT          Page 30
 SPLIT           Page 20        TRANSPOSE                Page 25    DEMO            Page 15
 REVERB          Page 22        TUNE                     Page 25                               PEDAL SECTION
 CHORUS          Page 23        SOUND BALANCE            Page 19   POWER                           SOFT              Page 21
 VOICE           Page 16                                            POWER           Page 10        SOSTENUTO PEDAL   Page 21
                                                                                                   DAMPER PEDAL      Page 21

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The piano has one volume on the panel for adjusting the volume.        The piano features a total 12 demo pieces. Listen to them all and hear what the piano can
This determines the entire volume of the piano.                           Call up the Demo Play mode.

                                                                           Press DEMO. The DEMO display appears.

  This also determines the output level of the signal at the PHONES.

                                                                          Select the song and start playback.

                                                                           Choose the desired song by using the DATA buttons and press the PLAY/STOP
                                                                       button. The selected demo plays.

                                                                          Adjust the volume.

                                                                           Adjust the volume of the Demo by using MASTER VOLUME.

                                                                          Stop playback of the Demo.

                                                                           To stop playback, press PLAY/STOP.

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The piano features a wealth of rich, authentic voices, including piano, strings and brass                                The piano has six Drum kits and two SFX sets in the Percussion voice group.
instruments. It also features a keyboard percussion function that lets you play the                                      When one of the Drum kits, various drum and percussion sounds as assigned
realistic drum, percussion sounds, and various effect sounds directly from keyboard.                                     individually to the keys, letting you play the sounds from keyboard.
                                                                                                                         Also when one of the SFX sets, various sound effects as assigned individually to the
Voice Types                                                                                                              keys, letting you play the sounds from keyboard.
  128 GM sounds with 10MB Grand piano sound.                                                                                   See the Drum/SFX Table on Page 32 ~ 33 in this manual for the types of drum/effect sounds in each Drum
  6 Drum kits.
   2 SFX sets
                                                                                                                              Select the Percussion group.
The voices of the piano are divided into eight groups, and each voice group is
assigned to the corresponding VOICE button on the panel.

   Select the voice group.
                                                                                                                                 The default voice of the percussion group is the Standard drum kit.
   Select the desired voice group by pressing the appropriate VOICE button.
                                                                                                                              Select the voice.
                                                                                                                              Select the desired voice by pressing the DATA/TEMPO buttons.
                                                                                                                                  If you don’t change the voice of the selected voice group, the last selected voice or the default voice remains.

      When the voice group is selected, its default voice or its last selected voice is automatically selected.

      The pop-up display of the VOICE SELECT appears.

      POP-UP Display.
    The pop-up display returns to the previous display after around five(5) seconds.                                          Play the selected voice.
      Backing Up Selected Voice.
                                                                                                                              Adjust the volume by using MASTER VOLUME.
    The last selected voice in each group can be retained in memory.

      See the GM Voice Table on Page 31 in this manual.                                                                  VOICE GROUP TABLE

   Select the voice.                                                                                                     # GrandPiano          Vibraphone Organ                Strings          Brass           Flute         Percussion      GM voice

   Select the desired voice by pressing the DATA/TEMPO buttons.                                                          1   G      Piano1     Celesta        Electric Organ   Strings          Trumpet         Piccolo       Standard Drum   See
                                                                                                                         2   G      Piano2     Glockenspiel   Jazz Organ       Slow Strings     Trombone        Flute         Room Drum       the GM
      If you don’t change the voice of the selected voice group, the last selected voice or the default voice remains.
                                                                                                                         3   G      Piano3     Music Box      Rock Organ       Synth Strings1   Tuba            Recorder      Power Drum      Voice Table
                                                                                                                         4   Honky Tonk        Vibraphone     Pipe Organ       Synth Strings2   Muted Trumpet   Pan Flute     Elec Drum       on Page 31.
   Play the selected voice.                                                                                              5   Electric Piano1   Marimba        Reed Organ       Choir Aahs       French Horn     Bottle Blow   TR808 Drum
                                                                                                                         6   Electric Piano2   Xylophone      Accordion        Voice Oohs       Brass Section   Shakuhachi    Jazz Drum
   Adjust the volume by using MASTER VOLUME.                                                                             7   Harpsichord       Tubular Bell   Harmonica        Synth Voice      Synth Brass1    Whistle       SFX
                                                                                                                         8   Clavinet          Dulcimer       Bandonion        Orchestra Hit    Synth Brass2    Ocarina       SFX

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There are 128 different voices in the piano. When the GM VOICE group is selected,                                       The Layer mode of the piano allows you to select and play two different voices
one of 128 GM voices can be assigned.                                                                                   simultaneously in a layer. This makes it easy to create exceptionally rich and thick
                                                                                                                        tonal textures. The volume balance can be set for the two voices.
   Select the GM VOICE group.                                                                                              Select the first voice.
   The assigned GM voice number is displayed on the Multi Function Display.                                                Select a voice in the normal way. (See Page 16)
                                                                                                                           Call up the Layer mode.
                                                                                                                           To call up the layer mode, press the LAYER button.

      The default voice of the GM voice group is 067 Tenor Saxophone in the normal and layer mode and the
   default voice is 033 Fingered Bass in the Split mode.

     See the GM Voice Table on Page 31 in this manual.                                                                       The default voice is the 4-1 Strings in the Layer mode.

   Select the voice.                                                                                                       Select the second voice.
   Select the desired voice by pressing the DATA/TEMPO buttons.                                                             The second voice also can be selected from the pop-up display of the Voice select
                                                                                                                        by using the DATA/TEMPO button.

                                                                                                                             The layered voice is selected in the normal way.

     If you don’t change the voice of the selected voice group, the last selected voice or the default voice remains.   Setting the Volume Balance of the Two Voices.
   Play the selected voice.
   Adjust the volume by using the MASTER VOLUME.
                                                                                                                           Press SOUND BALANCE button on the panel
                                                                                                                          Adjust the volume balance of two voices by using the DATA/TEMPO buttons.

                                                                                                                             The sound balance range is -10 ~ 00 ~ 10.
                                                                                                                              If the balance is over 0, the first voice volume is higher than the second voice. If the balance is less than 0, the
                                                                                                                           second voice volume is higher than the first voice volume.

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The Split mode of the piano allows you to select and play two different voices with your                                      The piano has three pedals.
left and right hands - For example, play bass with the left and piano with the right .
   Select the first voice.
   Select a voice in the normal way. (See Page 16)
   Call up the Split mode.
   To call up the split mode, press the SPLIT button.

       The default voice is the 033 FINGERED BASS in the Split mode.
       Hold down the SPLIT button during around 2 seconds, SPL appears on the Multi Function Display. During
    displaying the SPL, new split point can be assigned by pressing a key.                                                       Damper Pedal (Right)
                                                                                                                                  The damper pedal performs the same function as the damper pedal on an actual
                                                         Split point (F3#)
                                                                                                                              acoustic piano, letting you sustain the sound of the voices even after releasing your
                                                                                                                              fingers from the keys.
                                                                                                                                    Certain voices in the PERCUSSION group may not be affected by use of the damper pedal.
                                                                                                                                    Some voices may sound continuously or have a long decay after the notes have been released while the
                                                                                                                                  damper pedal is held.

   Select the second voice.
                                                                                                                                 Sostenuto Pedal (Center)
    The second voice also can be selected from the pop-up display of the Voice select
                                                                                                                                  If you play a note or chord on the keyboard and press the sostenuto pedal while
by using the DATA/TEMPO.
                                                                                                                              the note(s) are held, those notes will be sustained as long as the pedal is held, but all
      The split(second) voice is selected in the normal way.                                                                  subsequently played notes will not be sustained. This makes it possible to sustain a
                                                                                                                              chord, for example, while other notes are played staccato.
Setting the Volume Balance of the Two Voices.
                                                                                                                                    Certain voices in the PERCUSSION group may not be affected by use of the sostenuto pedal.
  Press SOUND BALANCE button on the panel                                                                                           Certain voices such as STRINGS or BRASS sustain continuously when the sostenuto pedal is pressed.
  Adjust the volume balance of two voices by using the DATA/TEMPO buttons.

                                                                                                                                 Soft Pedal (Left)
                                                                                                                                 Pressing this pedal reduces the volume and slightly changes the timbre of the
                                                                                                                              notes you play.

      The sound balance range is -10 ~ 00 ~ 10.
       If the balance is over 0, the first voice volume is higher than the second voice. If the balance is less than 0, the
    second voice volume is higher than the first voice volume.

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Reverb is an effect that recreates the decaying reflections of a sound in a performance   There are four different effects: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
space, and reproduces the special ambience of a concert hall.

   Reverb ON/OFF                                                                             Chorus ON/OFF
   To turn on reverb, press the REVERB button. The lamp lights and reverb is set ON.         To turn on Chorus, press the CHORUS button. The lamp lights and chorus is set ON.

     The REVERB pop-up display appears.                                                         The CHORUS pop-up display appears.

     To turn off reverb, press the REVERB button again. The lamp turns off and reverb         To turn off chorus, press the CHORUS button again. The lamp turns off and chorus
is no longer active.                                                                      is no longer active.

   Selecting Reverb type                                                                     Selecting Chorus type
   Select the Reverb type by pressing the DATA/TEMPO buttons while displaying the           Select the Chorus type by pressing the DATA/TEMPO buttons while displaying the
REVERB pop-up display on the Multi Function Display.                                      CHORUS pop-up display on the Multi Function Display.

                                                                                                There are 4 Chorus types in the piano.
      There are 4 Reverb types in the piano.

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   TOUCH                                                                                     TRANSPOSE
    Touch determines how your playing strength (velocity) affects the volume of the           The Transpose function makes it possible to shift the pitch of the keyboard in
voices. Ten(10) types are available for tailoring the keyboard response to the selected   semitone units, allowing you to match the pitch of the keyboard to the range of other
voice, type of song, or your own playing preference. Press the TOUCH button and           instruments or singers, or letting you easily play in a different key without having to
select the desired touch type by pressing the DATA/TEMPO buttons while the TOUCH          change your fingering. For example, if the Transpose is set ‘+5’ semitones, playing C
pop-up display appears.                                                                   results in a pitch of F, or in other words, you can play in the key of C major on the
                                                                                          keyboard and automatically have the pitch transposed to F major.

                                                                                                Range: -12 semitones (-6 ~ 0 ~ 5), initial value: 0 (C key)

  DSP       TYPE                                                                             TUNE
   1     SOFT 1       These settings let you produce a relatively loud sound even              The Tune function lets you make fine adjustments to the pitch, allowing you to
   2     SOFT 2       when playing the key softly.                                        accurately match the tuning with that of other instruments.
   3     SOFT 3
   4     NORMAL 1 These settings are standard keyboard response and the
   5     NORMAL 2 NORMAL 2 is used as the basic setting.
   6     NORMAL 3
   7     HARD 1       These settings require you to play the keys quit strongly to
   8     HARD 2       produce maximum loudness.
   9     HARD 3
                      This setting produces the same degree of loudness, no matter              Range: A3 440Hz        100cents
                      how strongly of softly you play the keys.
                                                                                             The pitch is measured in units of Hertz (abbreviated Hz), which represents the number of times the sound wave
                                                                                             vibrates in a second.

                                                                                             Cent is unit of pitch, equal to 1/100 of a semitone.

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The piano features a convenient metronome that is ideal for practicing.       The piano features comprehensive song recording functions that allow you to record
                                                                              your own performance.
   START/STOP of Metronome
 To start the metronome, simply press the METRONOME button.
                                                                                 Select Record mode.
                                                                                 Select the desired voice by using the VOICE group and the DATA/TEMPO buttons.
                                                                              Press the RECORD button, the RECORD lamp lights and the TRACK 1 lamp flashes.

 Press the METRONOME button again to stop the metronome sound.
                                                                                 Start recording to the Track1.
   Adjusting Tempo of Metronome                                                  Start playing the keyboard or press the PLAY/STOP button.
 You can set the tempo over range 40 ~ 250 by using the DATA/TEMPO buttons.
   Hold the button for continuous decrementing or incrementing.

   Selecting the Beat
 To select the beat, hold down the METRONOME button during 2~3 seconds.          Stop recording to the Track1.
The METRONOME BEAT pop-up appears and you can select the beat by using the       Stop playing the keyboard and press the PLAY/STOP button. The Track2 lamp
DATA/TEMPO buttons.                                                           automatically flashes. You can record the second part of the song to the Track2.

                                                                                  If you want to hear the recorded song in the Track1, press the TRACK2 button.
                                                                              Flashing the lamp of the Track2 stops.
    Beat Range: 0, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 7/4, 8/4.                         Press the PLAY/STOP button. The recorded song of the Track1 is played.

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Start recording to Track2.
Start playing the keyboard or press the PLAY/STOP button.

                                                                                      MIDI(Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is the international standard for digital communication
                                                                                      of electronic musical instrument data, this means that any equipment which has a MIDI terminal
                                                                                      - such as electronic musical instrument or personal computers - can easily exchange the digital
                                                                                      data with other MIDI equipment without some complicated conversions or connections.
During recording to the Track2 you can listen the recorded song of the Track1.
                                                                                      How to connect MIDI cable
Stop recording.                                                                       The MIDI feature makes it possible for you to send and receive a variety of digital data.
Stop playing the keyboard and press the PLAY/STOP button.
                                                                                          MIDI IN terminal
                                                                                         This is an input terminal that connects with the MIDI out terminal of other MIDI device.

                                                                                         MIDI OUT terminal
                                                                                         The terminal that transmits data from this instrument to other equipment.

Playback the recorded song.
                                                                                      Local Control ON/OFF
Press the PLAY/STOP button again. The recorded song is played.
                                                                                      “Local Control “ refers to the fact that, normally, the piano keyboard controls its internal tone
                                                                                      generator, allowing the internal voices to be played directly from the keyboard. This situation is
                                                                                      called “Local Control ON”. When the local control is set to off, the “keyboard” and “sound
                                                                                      source” are separated and no sound is out through the piano when playing the keyboard.
                                                                                      However, the data of the keyboard performance is output through MIDI. By setting local control
                                                                                      to off, you can play an external MIDI tone generator from the keyboard of the piano without
                                                                                      sounding the internal voices.
  To delete the recorded track, press and hold the TRACK button during 2~3 seconds.

  To delete the recorded song, press and hold the RECORD button during 2~3 seconds.       The LOCAL CONTROL pop-up display
  The song memory is cleared, when the power is turned off.                           Press both the SOUND BALANCE button and the PLAY/STOP button. The LOCAL CONTROL
                                                                                      pop-up display appears.

                                                                                          The LOCAL CONTROL ON/OFF
                                                                                      To set the Local control ON/OFF, select the LOCAL CONTROL by using the DATA/TEMPO
                                                                                      buttons, while the LOCAL CONTROL pop-up display appears.

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                                                                                       GM #   DISPLAY   VOICE        GM #   DISPLAY   VOICE

   PEDAL Jack

   MIDI Terminals
    Used to connect other MIDI instruments
      MIDI OUT Terminal: Used to transmit data from the piano to other equipment.
      MIDI IN Terminal: Used to receive data from other equipment.

   PHONES Jacks
    To use headphones, connect them to one of the PHONE Jacks (Standard 1/4” Phone
Jack). Internal speaker system of the piano is automatically shut off when a pair of
headphones are connected. Two people can enjoy the sound together by connecting two
pairs of headphones to the two available terminals.

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                                                                                                                      Prog 33:           Prog 41:      Prog 49:          Prog 58:              Prog 59:
                                                                                                                      JAZZ SET (7 - 6)   BRUSH         ORCHESTRA         SFX (7 - 7)           SFX (7 - 8)
                                                                                                           27 - D#1                                    Closed Hi Hat                           Slap
                                                                                                           28 - E1                                     Pedal Hi-Hat                            Conga
                                                                                                           29 - F1                                     Open Hi Hat                             Short Whistle
                                                                                                           30 - F#1                                    Ride Cymbal                             Long Whistle
                                                                                                           31 - G1                                                                             Cymbal
           Prog 1:                Prog 9:           Prog 17:            Prog 25:          Prog 26          32 - G#1                                                                            Short Guiro
           S                      ROOM SET(7 - 2)   POWER SET (7 - 3)   ELEC SET (7- 4)   TR808 (7 - 5)    33 - A1                                                                             Triangle
27 - D#1   High Q                                                                                          34 - A#1                                                                            Long Guiro
28 - E1    Slap
                                                                                                           35 - B1    Jazz BD2           Jazz BD2      Concert BD 2                            Shaker
29 - F1    Scratch Push
30 - F#1   Scratch Pull                                                                                    36 - C2    Jazz BD1           Jazz BD1      Concert BD1                             Open Cuica
31 - G1    Sticks                                                                                          37 - C#2                                                                            Cuica
32 - G#1   Square Click                                                                                    38 - D2                       Brush Tap     Concert SD        *                     Jingle
33 - A1    Metronome Click                                                                                 39 - D#2                                    Brush Slap        High Q                Bell Belltree
34 - A#1   Metronome Bell                                                                                  40 - E2                       Brush Swirl   Concert SD        Slap                  Korean Cymbal 1
35 - B1    HQ STD1 Kick2                            Power Kick2         Elec Kick2                         41 - F2                                     Timpani F         Scratch Push          ONE
36 - C2    HQ STD1 Kick1                            Power Kick1         Elec Kick1        808 Base Drum    42 - F#2                                    Timpani F#        Scratch Pull          TWO
37 - C#2   Side Stick                                                                     808 Rim Shot
                                                                                                           43 - G2                                     Timpani G         Sticks                Bad Sound 1
38 - D2    HQ Low Floor Tom                         Gated Snare         Elec SD           808 Snare Drum
39 - D#2   Hand Clap                                                                                       44 - G#2                                    Timpani G#        Square Click          THREE
40 - E2    Snare Drum 2                             Power Snare1        Elec Snare1                        45 - A2                                     Timpani A         Metronome Click       Bad Sound 2
41 - F2    HQ Low Floor Tom       Room Low Tom2     Power Low Tom2      Elec Low Tom2     808 Low Tom 2    46 - A#2                                    Timpani A#        Metronome Bell        FOUR
42 - F#2   Closed Hi Hat [EXC1]                                                           808 CHH[EXC1]    47 - B2                                     Timpani B         Guitar Slide          Gun Shot
43 - G2    HQ High Floor Tom      Room Low Tom1     Power Low Tom1      Elec Low Tom1     808 Low Tom 1    48 - C3                                     Timpani c         Gt Cut Noise (down)   FIVE
44 - G#2   Pedal Hi-Hat [EXC1]                                                            808 CHH[EXC1]    49 - C#3                                    Timpani c#        Gt Cut Noise (up)     SIX
45 - A2    HQ Low Tom             Room Mid Tom2     Power Mid Tom2      Elec Mid Tom2     808 Mid Tom 2    50 - D3                                     Timpani d         Double Bass Slap      Korean Drum 1
46 - A#2   Open Hi-Hat [EXC1]                                                             808 OHH[EXC1]
                                                                                                           51 - D#3                                    Timpani d#        Key Click             SEVEN
47 - B2    HQ Low-Mid Tom         Room Mid Tom1     Power Mid Tom1      Elec Mid Tom1     808 Mid Tom 1
48 - C3    HQ Hi Mid Tom          Room Hi Tom2      Power Hi Tom2       Elec Hi Tom2      808 Hi Tom 2     52 - E3                                     Timpani e         Laughing              Korean Drum 2
49 - C#3   Crash Cymbal 1                                                                 808 Cymbal       53 - F3                                     Timpani f         Screaming             EIGHT
50 - D3    HQ High Tom            Room Hi Tom1      Power Hi Tom1       Elec Hi Tom1      808 Hi Tom 1     54 - F#3                                                      Punch                 NINE
51 - D#3   Ride Cymbal 1                                                                                   55 - G3                                                       Heart Beat            Korean Drum 3
52 - E3    Chinese Cymbal                                               Reverse Cymbal                     56 - G#3                                                      Footsteps1            TEN
53 - F3    Ride Bell                                                                                       57 - A3                                     Concert Cymbal2   Footsteps2            Korean Drum 4
54 - F#3   Tambourine                                                                                      58 - A#3                                                      Applause              Rocket
55 - G3    Splash Cymbal
                                                                                                           59 - B3                                     Concert Cymbal1   Door Creaking         Korean Drum 5
56 - G#3   Cowbell                                                                        808 Cowbell
                                                                                                           60 - C4                                                       Door Closing          Chirping
57 - A3    Crash Cymbal2
58 - A#3   Vibraslap                                                                                       61 - C#4                                                      Scratch               Birds 1
59 - B3    Ride Cymbal2                                                                                    62 - D4                                                       Wind Chime            Cuckoo
60 - C4    Hi Bongo                                                                                        63 - D#4                                                      Car Engine Start      Cock
61 - C#4   Low Bongo                                                                                       64 - E4                                                       Car Breaking          Birds 2
62 - D4    Mute Hi Conga                                                                  808 High Conga   65 - F4                                                       Car Pass              Duck
63 - D#4   Open Hi Conga                                                                  808 Mid Conga    66 - F#4                                                      Car Crash             Dog
64 - E4    Low Conga                                                                      808 Low Conga
                                                                                                           67 - G4                                                       Police Siren          Splashing
65 - F4    High Timbale
                                                                                                           68 - G#4                                                      Train                 Pig
66 - F#4   Low Timbale
67 - G4    High Agogo                                                                                      69 - A4                                                       Jet Take-off          Comic Sound
68 - G#4   Low Agogo                                                                                       70 - A#4                                                      Helicopter            Cat
69 - A4    Cabasa                                                                                          71 - B4                                                       Starship              Children
70 - A#4   Maracas                                                                                         72 - C5                                                       Gun Shot              Goat
71 - B4    Short Whistle[EXC2]                                                                             73 - C#5                                                      Machinegun            Cow
72 - C5    Long Whistle[EXC2]                                                                              74 - D5                                                       Lasergun              Korean Cymbal 2
73 - C#5   Short Guiro[EXC3]                                                                               75 - D#5                                                      Explosion             wolf
74 - D5    Long Guiro[EXC3]
                                                                                                           76 - E5                                                       Dog                   Korean Cymbal 3
75 - D#5   Claves
76 - E5    Hi Wood Block                                                                                   77 - F5                                                       Horse Gallop          Horse
77 - F5    Low Wood Block                                                                                  78 - F#5                                                      Birds                 Frog
78 - F#5   Mute Cuica[EXC4]                                                                                79 - G5                                                       Rain                  Sprite
79 - G5    Open Cuica[EXC4]                                                                                80 - G#5                                                      Thunder               Bear
80 - G#5   Mute Triangle[EXC5]                                                                             81 - A5                                                       Wind                  Knocking
81 - A5    Open Triangle[EXC5]                                                                             82 - A#5                                                      Sea Shore             Tiger
82 - A#5   Shaker                                                                                          83 - B5                                                       Stream                Space Sound
83 - B5    Jingle Bell
                                                                                                           84 - C6                                                       Bubble                Elephant
84 - C6    Belltree
85 - C#6   Castanets                                                                                       85 - C#6                                                                            Car
86 - D6    Mute Surdo[EXC6]                                                                                86 - D6                                                                             Korean Drum 6
87 - D#6   Open Surdo[EXC6]                                                                                87 - D#6                                                                            Telephone
88 - E6                                                                                                    88 - E6                                                       Applauses             Korean Drum 7

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                                                                                                      Be sure to check to following table whenever you encounter problems with the DIGITAL
                                                                                                   PIANO operation.
Basic Channel         Default        ALL               1-3
                                                                                                          PROBLEM                         CAUSE                        SOLUTION
Mode                  Default        OMNI OFF, POLY    OMNI OFF, POLY
                                                                                                   No sound                     1. Power supply problem.        1. Check the power cord
Note ON/OFF           9nH kk vv      O                 O                #kk:note ON (0-127)
                                                                                                                                                                  whether it’s properly in AC
                                                                        #vv:velocity (1-127)                                                                      outlet.
Pitch Bender          EnH bi bh      O                 X                Maximum swing +/- 1 tone
                00    BnH 00H cc     O                 X                Bank Select                                             2. Volume setting is too low.   2. Adjust the volume.
                01    BnH 01H cc     O                 X                Modulation Wheel                                        3. Headphone is plugged in.     3. Unplug the headphone.
                05    BnH 05H cc     O                 X                Portamento Time
                06    BnH 06H cc     O                 X                Data Entry                 Occasional interference      1. Refrigerators, washing       1. Use outlet as far away as
                07    BnH 07H cc     O                 X                Volume                                                    machines and similar            possible from appliance
                10    BnH 0AH cc     O                 X                Pan Out                                                   electric appliances are         thought to be the cause.
                11    BnH 0BH cc     O                 X                Expression
                64    BnH 40H cc     O                 O                Sustain (Damper) Pedal
                                                                                                   No sound when connected      1. Volume setting is too low.   1. Adjust the volume.
                                                                                                   to external amplifier.
                65    BnH 41H cc     O                 X                Portamento ON/OFF                                       2. Defective connection cord.   2. Replace connection cord.
                66    BnH 42H cc     O                 O                Sostenuto Pedal
Control         67    BnH 43H cc     O                 O                Soft Pedal
Change          80    BnH 80H vv     O                 X                Reverb Prog.(vv=00H-70H)
                81    BnH 51H vv     O                 X                Chorus Prog.
                91    BnH 5BH vv     O                 X                Reverb Send Level
                93    BnH 5DH vv     O                 X                Chorus Send Level
                120   BnH 78H 00H    O                 X                All Sound Off
                121   BnH 79H 00H    O                 X                Reset All Controller
                123   BnH 7BH 00H    O                 X                All Notes Off
                126   BnH 7EH 00H    O                 X                Mono On
                127   BnH 7FH 00H    O                 X                Poly On
Program Change        CnH PP         O                 O                Sounds/Drum Set List
System Exclusive      General MIDI   O                 X
                                                                              O : Yes, X : No

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Section                  Contents
PRODUCT                  DIGITAL PIANO
KEYBOARD                 88 KEYS (STANDARD) - 7 1/4 OCTAVES
TOUCH RESPONSE           Off, Hard 1/2/3, Soft 1/2/3, Normal1/2/3
SOUND                    GM 128 VOICES
                          5 DRUM KITS, 2 SFX SETS
DSP                      CHORUS(4), REVERB(4)
METRONOME                YES
DEMO TUNES               12
                         2 TRACKS
                         MAX. 4,000NOTES
                         2 HEADPHONE JACKS
SPEAKER                  8 INCHES      2
POWER                    AC IN
DIMENSIONS (W x D X H)   1400mm       500mm       840mm
WEIGHT                   70Kg


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