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  • KO-LP380BK

    Korg LP-380 Digital Piano

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    The Korg LP-380 is an 88 note digital piano with speakers, 30 different sounds to choose from, 3 effects and Korgs’ flagship RH3 action! The RH3 weighted hammer-action can be found in much more expensive Korg products such as the 88 Kronos and SV-1 88, making the LP-380 excellent value. Other key features include a triple pedal system, elegant wooden stand available in different finishes, MIDI and a line output for doing live shows.

      • Korg LP-380 Features:

        Slim and Stylish Design
        The LP-380 is a digital piano that's designed with a style to match your interior decor. Merely 26 cm in depth, it's slim enough to fit anywhere. The wooden key cover is flat on top, allowing the instrument to blend elegantly into your room when you're not playing it.

        Keeping safety in mind, the cover uses a soft landing mechanism to ensure that it closes gently.

        The slim and stylish chassis projects a sense of stability. The RH3 keyboard, three pedals, and large-diameter speakers ensure a superb piano-playing experience and rich piano sound.

        Real Weighted Hammer Action 3 Keyboard
        The Real Weighted Hammer Action 3 (RH3) keyboard reproduces the same playing experience as on a grand piano, with heavier response in the lower register that becomes lighter as you play upward. With improved response to repeated keystrokes, even rapid passages can be reproduced without impairing the expression of the performer.

        There's also a Key Touch Control function that lets you choose one of three levels to specify how your playing dynamics will affect the sound, allowing you to personalize the instrument to your own keyboard touch. With a view toward the environment, no lead is used in the hammers of the keyboard.

        Reduced Chassis Size and Weight
        In consideration of the user's possible need to move or relocate the instrument, the LP-380 has been lightened by approximately 5.0 kg in comparison to the previous model (LP-350), making it easier to move or transport, as well as making assembly safer.

        LINE OUT Jack
        You can use the LINE OUT jack (stereo mini-jack) to connect the instrument to your amplified speaker system or recording device.

        Premium Pedal Performance
        The LP-380 includes all three pedals that are normally found on a concert grand piano, including support for realistic half-pedaling on both the damper and soft pedals. These pedals are affixed to the LP-380 in the perfect position for an authentic piano playing experience.

        MIDI Capability
        The LP-380 supports MIDI, the unified standard for transferring performance data between electronic musical instruments and computers. MIDI allows connected devices to control each other, and lets you use the LP-380 as a 16-part multi-timbral sound module.

        The built-in metronome lets you adjust the time signature, tempo, and volume. It also lets you use a bell sound as the accent.
      • Korg LP-380 Specifications:

        Keyboard: 88 key (A0–C8), RH3 (Real Weighted Hammer Action 3) Keyboard
        Maximum polyphony: 120 voices
        Sounds: 30 (10 x 3 Banks)
        Acoustic Piano x 5, Electric Grand, Electric Piano x 6, Harpsichord, Clavi x 2, Vibraphone, Marimba, Acoustic Guitar, Jazz Organ x 3, Pipe Organ x 3, Strings x 3, Choir 3
        Effects: Brilliance, Reverb and Chorus (3 levels each)

        (W x D x H)
        1,355 x 351 x 772 mm / 53.35 x 13.82 x 30.39 inches
        1,355 x 351 x 936 mm / 53.35 x 13.82 x 36.85 inches (with key cover opened)
        Weight: 37 kg / 81.57 lbs (including Stand)

        Accessories: AC adapter, Stand
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