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KORG SP-170SBK Digital Piano - Black

by Korg

RRP: £503.99
Price: £345.00 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • A total of ten sounds are provided, including electric pianos, harpsichord, organs, strings, and more
  • Our new natural weighted hammer action (nh) faithfully reproduces the touch of an acoustic piano
  • The key touch control offers three levels of sensitivity to match the keyboard response to any playing style
  • The new speaker system features improved speaker quality and enhanced resonance
  • Reverb effect adds depth and spaciousness to the sound; chorus adds warmth and motion
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KORG SP-170SBK Digital Piano - Black + Duronic Black KS2B Height Adjustable High Quality Twin X Frame Keyboard Stand With A Quick Pull Release Mechanism and [[ ORIGINAL ]] Screw N Strap to secure keyboard to the stand + 2 Years FREE Warranty + M-Audio SP-2 Piano Sustain Pedal
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Technical Details
Item Weight3.8 Kg
Product Dimensions144.8 x 20.3 x 43.2 cm
Item model numberSP170SBK
ColourBlack
Scale Lengthinches
Number of Keyboard Keys88
  
Additional Information
ASINB004M92J0O
Best Sellers Rank 2,375 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight15 Kg
Date First Available11 April 2011
  
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The simple SP-170 piano achieved popularity thanks to its focus on the two most important aspects of a piano performance: a comfortable keyboard, and a satisfying sound. While retaining this clean and simple design, the SP-170x controls have been optimized by moving the rear-mounted power switch and volume knob to the front panel, ensuring easy operation by those who may be using a digital piano for the first time. Two new buttons - sound and piano play - have been added. Pressing the Sound button lets you select any of the ten keyboard sounds, the Piano Play button quickly selects the Piano 1 sound, so great piano sound is always just one button press away. Simple in design, the portable and stylish SP-170DX emphasizes the vital piano elements: a comfortable keyboard, and a satisfying sound. Convenient Piano Play button instantly recalls the main piano sound. The Sound button provides access to each of the ten internal sounds. The two skillfully sampled concert grand piano sounds capture all the nuances of the performer's touch.

Product Description

Keyboard 88 notes, Natural Weighted Hammer Action (NH) Maximum Polyphony 120 notes /60 notes (Stereo) Sounds 10 Total, Piano x 2, E. Piano x 2, Harpsichord, E. Clavichord, Vibraphone, Pipe Organ, Electric Organ, Strings Effects Reverb, Chorus (Effect depth is preset for each sound) Demo Songs 10 songs (1 per sound) Functions Key transpose Pitch control MIDI Channel MIDI Program Enable/Disable Jacks Headphone/Line output x 2, MIDI OUT, Damper Pedal connection Sound System Amplifier: 9 Watt × 2 Speakers 10cm x 5cm Oval x 2, Bass Reflex housing Power supply DC 12 V Power Consumption 9 W Accessories AC adapter, Music stand, Pedal Dimensions 51.65 x 12.8 x 5.24 (1312 x 325 x 133 mm) Weight 26.68 lbs (12,1 kg) Options Stand Black : 130198

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By kmusic7 on 6 Jan 2013
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I love this digital piano - it has a quality sound, and a true piano-like feel to it (almost as realistic as they can get). I have owned this for almost a year now and it is serving me quite well!
One thing that I have still not quite got to grips with yet is the way you have to use the actual keys to control particular settings on the piano, although this does not prove to be a huge problem for me because I generally just use it as a piano and don't adjust anything. If I want to, I have to get the instruction manual out to find out how to do it.
Overall, though, this doesn't lessen my love for this piano - a great purchase!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mountainfinch on 28 Nov 2012
After having piano lessons for a couple of months, I knew I wanted to play piano for many more months to follow. When most of your practice is done outside of your lessons, it's important to have a real piano, or as close as! As a student I was on a budget but didn't want to limit myself too much as it would be an investment for at least the next 5 years.

For myself, the most important thing it needed to have were weighted keys. After reading quite a few reviews and even testing out the SP170s I felt it gave me as close to real a piano as I could get for my budget. The keys respond very well to your pressure, and although palsticky in feeling, I didn't feel that my fingers slipped across the keys. My only criticism about the weighted keys, is that no matter how little pressure I apply, it will always make a sound, which is not the case with a real piano.

The integrated music stand works great and allows about 4 pages of sheet music to be displayed at a time. The speakers give a full and rich sound and do go to quite a high volume. I mostly use the piano with headphones as I don't want to upset the neighbours - there are two 3.5mm head jacks on the back for dual listening if there are two players. The sustain pedal works flawlessly and is very compact. The piano comes with several other sounds effects, but these are really just for a bit of fun.

My only criticism of the piano is that when I unplug my headphones the speakers don't always kick in, but I believe this to be an issue with my unit and not across the board.

When coupled with a stand and stool, it makes a great beginner's piano and doesn't take up very much room. I will definitely be upgrading in years to come and there is nothing like a real piano, but I will be keeping this one if ever I want to do any performances as it is [reasonably] portable.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth R. Wynne on 20 Feb 2014
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I'm a bassist really, but wanted a decent keyboard with something akin to the feel of a piano without the need for a mortgage to pay for it. I tried a few such keyboards in a music store and this was by far the best at this sort of £300 to £450 zone. The next best one was the next KORG up, which felt a fraction better and was more MIDI capable slightly, but for me, was not woth the extra outlay. Seriously consider this instrument at this price break.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 11 Mar 2014
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Before buying this I considered a few - Yamaha NP31, Yamaha P35, Casio CDP 120 - managed to try the Yamahas but wasn't impressed but in the same shop they had the Korg SP 170 and it felt great, sounded great and came under budget.

Mostly used by our 6 year old son doing Suzuki method lessons, but I'm also bass and guitar player who's picked up a bit of piano.
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