Donner DEP-20 Portable Keyboard 88-Key Weighted with Stand

from Donner musical instrument UK online store


Price: £354.00

Date: 03-08-2022 04:43AM

Expiration Date: 31-08-2022 04:20AM


The Donner DEP-20 Digital Piano uses digital technology that simulates the sound of an acoustic piano, creating a deep, rich sound. With eight common sounds, AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) sampling provides a variety of high-quality sounds for your enjoyment. You have the ability to amplify your sound by connecting to a speaker, or to use headphones to quietly play any time of the day or night. The piano stand and 3-pedal unit are included, and easy to assembly.

* Full Weighted - 238 Timbre/ 200 Rhythm - 88 keys
* 3 Pedals
* 100 Preset songs demo.
* MIDI Connectivity.
* Stand Size - 52 * 11.2 * 29.9 inch / 135 * 30 * 76 cm
* 54.56lb Wight
* Range: A2-C5
* Intonations: ≤3 cents
* Output Power: ≥25W x 2

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Donner DEP-20 Portable Keyboard 88-Key Weighted with Stand

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