DP-33
digital piano
user manual
Musikhaus Thomann
Thomann GmbH
Hans-Thomann-Straße 1
96138 Burgebrach
Germany
Telephone: +49 (0) 9546 9223-0
E-mail: info@thomann.de
Internet: www.thomann.de
05.08.2015, ID: 326890
Table of contents
Table of contents
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General notes............................................................................................................................
1.1 Further information........................................................................................................
1.2 Notational conventions.................................................................................................
1.3 Symbols and signal words...........................................................................................
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Safety instructions................................................................................................................. 7
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Features....................................................................................................................................... 9
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Assembly instructions........................................................................................................ 10
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Control panel and connections..................................................................................... 13
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Connectivity options.......................................................................................................... 16
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Switching on / off and basic operation......................................................................
7.1 Switching the digital piano on.................................................................................
7.1.1 Normal switching on / off.......................................................................................
7.1.2 Automatic shutoff.....................................................................................................
7.2 Adjusting the volume..................................................................................................
7.3 Demo song......................................................................................................................
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Functions..................................................................................................................................
8.1 Rehearsal songs.............................................................................................................
8.1.1 Selecting, playing and stopping rehearsal songs..........................................
8.2 Voices and effects.........................................................................................................
8.2.1 Selecting voices .........................................................................................................
8.2.2 Dual mode....................................................................................................................
8.2.3 Split mode....................................................................................................................
8.2.4 Demo mode.................................................................................................................
8.2.5 Touch sensitivity........................................................................................................
8.2.6 Digital effects..............................................................................................................
8.2.7 Metronome..................................................................................................................
8.2.8 Tempo............................................................................................................................
8.2.9 Transposing.................................................................................................................
8.2.10 Fine tuning................................................................................................................
8.2.11 Key Tone.....................................................................................................................
8.3 MIDI functions................................................................................................................
8.3.1 What is MIDI?...............................................................................................................
8.3.2 USB connection..........................................................................................................
8.3.3 MIDI connection.........................................................................................................
8.3.4 MIDI applications ......................................................................................................
8.4 Troubleshooting............................................................................................................
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Rehearsal and demo songs.............................................................................................. 31
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MIDI implementation chart............................................................................................. 33
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Technical specifications.................................................................................................... 35
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Plug and connection assignment................................................................................. 36
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Protecting the environment........................................................................................... 37
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General notes
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General notes
This manual contains important instructions for the safe operation of the unit. Read
and follow the safety instructions and all other instructions. Keep the manual for
future reference. Make sure that it is available to all those using the device. If you sell
the unit please make sure that the buyer also receives this manual.
Our products are subject to a process of continuous development. Thus, they are
subject to change.
1.1 Further information
On our website (www.thomann.de) you will find lots of further information and
details on the following points:
Download
This manual is also available as PDF file for you to download.
Keyword search
Use the search function in the electronic version to find the
topics of interest for you quickly.
Online guides
Our online guides provide detailed information on technical
basics and terms.
For personal consultation please contact our
Personal consultation
technical hotline.
Service
If you have any problems with the device the
customer service will gladly assist you.
1.2 Notational conventions
This manual uses the following notational conventions:
Letterings
The letterings for connectors and controls are marked by square brackets and italics.
Examples: [VOLUME] control, [Mono] button.
Displays
Texts and values displayed on the device are marked by quotation marks and italics.
Examples: ‘24ch’ , ‘OFF’ .
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Instructions
The individual steps of an instruction are numbered consecutively. The result of a
step is indented and highlighted by an arrow.
Example:
1.
Switch on the device.
2.
Press [Auto].
ð Automatic operation is started.
3.
Cross-references
Switch off the device.
References to other locations in this manual are identified by an arrow and the speci‐
fied page number. In the electronic version of the manual, you can click the crossreference to jump to the specified location.
Example: See Ä ‘Cross-references’ on page 6.
1.3 Symbols and signal words
In this section you will find an overview of the meaning of symbols and signal words
that are used in this manual.
Signal word
Meaning
DANGER!
This combination of symbol and signal word indicates
an immediate dangerous situation that will result in
death or serious injury if it is not avoided.
CAUTION!
This combination of symbol and signal word indicates
a possible dangerous situation that can result in minor
injury if it is not avoided.
NOTICE!
This combination of symbol and signal word indicates
a possible dangerous situation that can result in mate‐
rial and environmental damage if it is not avoided.
Warning signs
Type of danger
Warning – high-voltage.
Warning – danger zone.
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Safety instructions
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Safety instructions
Intended use
This device is intended to be used for electronic sound generation using a piano key‐
board. Use the device only as described in this user manual. Any other use or use
under other operating conditions is considered to be improper and may result in per‐
sonal injury or property damage. No liability will be assumed for damages resulting
from improper use.
This device may be used only by persons with sufficient physical, sensorial, and intel‐
lectual abilities and having corresponding knowledge and experience. Other persons
may use this device only if they are supervised or instructed by a person who is
responsible for their safety.
Safety
DANGER!
Danger for children
Ensure that plastic bags, packaging, etc. are disposed of properly and
are not within reach of babies and young children. Choking hazard!
Ensure that children do not detach any small parts (e.g. knobs or the
like) from the unit. They could swallow the pieces and choke!
Never let children unattended use electrical devices.
DANGER!
Electric shock caused by short-circuit
Always use proper ready-made insulated two-wire mains cabling
(power cord). Do not modify the mains cable or the plug. Failure to do
so could result in electric shock/death or fire. If in doubt, seek advice
from a registered electrician.
DANGER!
Electric shock caused by high voltages inside
Within the device there are areas where high voltages may be present.
Never remove any covers.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
CAUTION!
Possible hearing damage
With loudspeakers or headphones connected, the device can produce
volume levels that may cause temporary or permanent hearing impair‐
ment.
Do not operate the device permanently at a high volume level.
Decrease the volume level immediately if you experience ringing in
your ears or hearing impairment.
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Safety instructions
CAUTION!
Risk of injury due to heavy weight
Due to the heavy weight of the device, at least two persons are required
for transport and installation.
NOTICE!
Operating conditions
This device has been designed for indoor use only. To prevent damage,
never expose the device to any liquid or moisture. Avoid direct sunlight,
heavy dirt, and strong vibrations.
NOTICE!
Power supply
Before connecting the device, ensure that the input voltage (AC outlet)
matches the voltage rating of the device and that the AC outlet is pro‐
tected by a residual current circuit breaker. Failure to do so could result
in damage to the device and possibly injure the user.
Unplug the device before electrical storms occur and when it is unused
for long periods of time to reduce the risk of electric shock or fire.
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Features
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Features
The digital piano is characterized by the following features:
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Keyboard: 88 weighted keys with hammer action and adjustable touch response.
26 sounds
64-voice polyphony
Reverb
Chorus
Split mode
Metronome
Transpose function
Equalizer (3 different timbres)
Music Library with 60 rehearsal songs
Speaker: 2 × 15 W
3 pedals
Connections: 2 × headphones out, stereo AUX IN/OUT, USB MIDI 2.0
Weight: 37 kg
Dimensions (W × D × H): 1365 × 330 × 790 mm
Finish: matt black
Automatic switchoff
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Assembly instructions
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Assembly instructions
You need a Phillips screwdriver (not supplied) for the assembly of the digital piano.
Open the package and please make sure before assembling that the entire scope of
delivery is present, as posted here.
1. Digital piano housing
8. Pedal box with rear panel
2. Left side panel
9. Phillips-head screws 6 ´ 50 (8 pcs.)
3. Left speaker box
10. Screw caps (8 pcs.)
4. Speaker cable
11. Right side panel
5. Right speaker box
12. Phillips-head barrel nuts (4 pcs.)
6. Pedal cable
13. Phillips-head screws 4 ´ 15 (2 pcs.)
7. Hand screws (2 pcs.)
14. Seals (2 pcs.)
Mechanical assembly
1.
Proceed according to the illustrations and exclusively use the supplied screws.
Using other screws could damage the digital piano housing or the speaker
boxes or result in a reduced stability of the digital piano.
n (7) Hand screws (2 pcs.)
n (9) Phillips-head screws 6 ´ 50 (8 pcs.) and
n (11) Phillips-head screws 4 ´ 15 (2 pcs.)
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Assembly instructions
2.
Insert the four Phillips-head barrel nuts (12) into the rear panel of the pedal
box (8) as shown in the left part of the figure. Use two screws 6 ´ 50 (9) on each
side to attach the two side panels to the pedal box and cover the four screws
with screw caps (10).
3.
Attach the speakers with each two screws 6 ´ 50 (9) to the side panels (2) and
(11) and cover the screws with screw caps (10).
4.
Put the digital piano housing (1) on the stand and affix it using the two hand
screws (7).
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5.
Use the two screws 4 ´ 15 (13) and the seals (14) to attach the speaker boxes.
Connect the speaker cable (4) and pedal cable (5) according to the labels.
Move the digital piano to its designated location.
1.
Make sure that the device is turned off before you connect it to the power
supply or disconnect it.
2.
Turn the volume knob counter-clockwise to minimum before connecting the
digital piano to the power supply or to other devices. This is to protect the
speakers from damage.
3.
Connect the cable from the power adapter outlet to the input socket [DC IN] on
the rear panel of the digital piano.
Connecting the power supply
Plug the AC power cord into a properly wired mains wall outlet.
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Control panel and connections
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Control panel and connections
Control panel left and right
1 Rotary control [VOLUME] to set the volume.
2 [START/STOP] button to playback rehearsal songs.
3 [FUNCTION] button. Press and hold this key while you call up a specific func‐
tion with a piano key.
4 [DEMO L – R] button. In [SONG] mode, you can use it to select the left or right
hand.
5 Piano keys [VOICE] for sound selection. Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed
and select the desired sound with one of the piano keys.
6 Piano keys [SONG] to select rehearsal songs. Keep the [FUNCTION] button
pressed and select the desired practise song with the piano keys.
7 Piano keys [TEMPO] to adjust the tempo. Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed
and select the desired tempo with the piano keys.
8 Piano keys [METRONOME] to adjust the metronome and the time signature.
Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press the piano key [ON/OFF] to
turn the metronome on or off. Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press
one of the other piano keys to adjust the time signature.
9 Piano keys [REVERB] to adjust the Reverb effect and the effects depth. Keep
the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press the piano key [OFF] to turn the
Reverb effect off. Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press one of the
other piano keys to adjust the effects depth.
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10 Piano keys [CHORUS] to adjust the Chorus effect and the effects depth. Keep
the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press the piano key [OFF] to turn the
Chorus effect off. Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press one of the
other piano keys to adjust the effects depth.
11 Piano keys [TOUCH] to adjust the touch sensitivity. Keep the [FUNCTION]
button pressed and select the desired touch sensitivity with one of the piano
keys.
12 Piano keys [EQ] to adjust the timbre. Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed
and select the desired timbre with one of the piano keys.
13 Piano keys [TRANSPOSE] to transpose the note values. Keep the [FUNCTION]
button pressed and transpose the note value by up to 12 semitones up or
downwards using the [+] or [–] buttons.
14 Piano keys [TUNE] to fine tune the entire keyboard. Keep the [FUNCTION]
button pressed and tune up or downwards in 2-cent increments using the
piano keys [+] or [–].
15 Piano key [VOICE DEMO]. Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press the
piano key [VOICE DEMO] to play the demo song.
16 Piano key [BEEP]. Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press the piano
key [BEEP] to turn the beep sound on pressing the function button on or off.
Pedals
17 Soft-Pedal
Using the Soft-Pedal softens the sound and reduces the overall volume.
18 Sostenuto-Pedal
Depressing the Sostenuto-Pedal while striking a note or notes will hold those
until the pedal is released.
19 Sustain-Pedal
The Sustain-Pedal emulates the effect achieved lifting the string damper of an
analog piano. All striked notes will sound longer.
Rear panel connections
20 AUX IN
Input for external audio devices like MP3 or CD players, playback via
internal speakers.
AUX OUT
Output for external audio devices like active speakers or amplifiers.
21 DC IN
Connection for the power adapter
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22 SPEAKER
Connection for speaker cable
23 PEDAL
Connection for pedal cable
Piano keys
The keyboard keys are referred to in this manual as shown below.
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Connectivity options
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Connectivity options
Headphones
To the left beneath the keyboard you find the headphones outlets 1 and 2.
Connecting headphones (not supplied) to outlet 2 mutes the speakers.
Using outlet 1 maintains the sound output through the speakers.
External audio devices via the AUX
OUT socket
Use the AUX OUT socket to connect the digital piano to an amplifier, stereo device,
mixing console or recording device. Plug one end of the audio cable into the AUX
OUT socket on the rear panel of the digital piano and the other end into the input of
the respective audio device.
NOTICE!
To prevent damage to the speakers, turn the volume down to ‘Min‐
imum’ before you connect other devices to the digital piano.
External audio devices via the AUX IN
socket
Use the AUX IN socket to connect a, for example, CD or MP3 player to the digital
piano. So you can playback music through the internal speakers of the digital piano
and simultaneously play along to it. Plug one end of the audio cable into the AUX IN
socket on the rear panel of the digital piano and the other end into the output of the
respective audio device.
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Computer
n USB/MIDI interface
MIDI data is sent and received through the USB/MIDI interface.
n MIDI connections
MIDI stands for ‘Musical Instrument Digital Interface’ and represents a global
standard for the communication of numerous electronic instruments and sound
modules.
– MIDI IN: The device receives MIDI data from other devices through this port.
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MIDI OUT: MIDI data generated by the digital piano is sent to other MIDI
devices through this port.
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Switching on / off and basic operation
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Switching on / off and basic operation
7.1 Switching the digital piano on
7.1.1 Normal switching on / off
To turn the digital piano on or off, use the [On / Off] button located besides the head‐
phones outlet on the bottom side (left) of the keyboard.
7.1.2 Automatic shutoff
If the digital piano is not in use, it shuts off after 30 minutes automatically. To turn it
back on, press the On/Off button.
By default, the automatic shutoff function gets initialized when you turn on the unit.
To disable the function, keep the first left white key on the keyboard pressed while
turning the unit on.
7.2 Adjusting the volume
Adjust the rotary control [VOLUME] for a pleasant volume for playback and rehearsal.
Turn this control clockwise to increase the volume. Turn it counter-clockwise to
reduce the volume.
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7.3 Demo song
The built-in demo song shows the sound and the pitch range of the instrument.
1.
Simultaneously press the buttons [FUNCTION] and [DEMO L – R] to start the
playback of the demo song. At the same time, all the LEDs flash on the control
panel. The demo song is playing in an endless loop.
2.
Press the buttons [FUNCTION] and [DEMO L – R] again or the [START/STOP]
button, to stop playback and exit the current mode.
3.
During playback, the piano keys are muted.
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Functions
8.1 Rehearsal songs
8.1.1 Selecting, playing and stopping rehearsal songs
The digital piano offers 60 rehearsal songs for practising in total (see Ä Chapter 9
‘Rehearsal and demo songs’ on page 31).
1.
Keep the button [FUNCTION] pressed and press the [ START/STOP] button, to
enter the playback mode for rehearsal songs. All rehearsal songs are played in
an endless loop.
2.
Press the [START/STOP] button, to stop the currently playing rehearsal song.
This will not quit the mode for rehearsal song playback [SONG]. If you press the
[START/STOP ] button again, this song is repeated in an endless loop until you
press the [START/STOP] button again.
3.
Selecting rehearsal songs
Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press the respective piano key in the
[SONG] area to select the desired rehearsal song.
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Press the piano keys [+] and [–] simultaneously to select the first
rehearsal song.
To select the rehearsal song with the numeric keys, always enter
the number in two-digit format. If you want to select the eighth
rehearsal song, for example, press the piano keys [0] [8].
Practising left and / or right hand.
In [SONG] mode, you can repeatedly press the [L – R] buttons, to select either
both tracks of the rehearsal songs for playback, or only the left or right track, so
that you can practise your hands individually or both together. The setting is
indicated by the LEDs.
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8.2 Voices and effects
8.2.1 Selecting voices
You can call up to 26 voices via the piano keys in the [VOICE] area. Each piano key in
the [VOICE] area is assigned to two voices. With the first keystroke you activate the
voice that is given in the first row above the button, with the second keystroke you
activate the voice that is specified in the second line above the key.
1.
Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press the desired piano key in the
[VOICE] area.
2.
To select a different voice, keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press the
desired piano key in the [VOICE] area. Depending on whether the previously
selected voice is shown in the first or second line above the piano key, when
changing the voice that voice is selected that is specified in the corresponding
line above the piano key.
When selecting a voice, Dual and Split mode will automatically be disabled.
8.2.2 Dual mode
In Dual mode, you can play two voices simultaneously.
Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press the two desired piano keys in
the [VOICE] area. Select the first voice with the first piano key and the second
voice with the second piano key.
If Dual mode is selected, the Split mode is automatically switched off.
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8.2.3 Split mode
With this function, you can assign different voices to certain keyboard areas.
Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press the piano key [Lower] in the
[VOICE] area. This splits the keyboard automatically into two areas with dif‐
ferent voices. A string voice is assigned to the piano keys in the left section of
the keyboard up to and including [F#3].
8.2.4 Demo mode
The digital piano offers 26 demos for the individual voices.
Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press the piano key [VOICE DEMO] to
start the demo for the selected voice. Press this piano key again to exit the
demo mode.
In demo mode, the piano keys can not be played.
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8.2.5 Touch sensitivity
With this function you can adjust the touch response of the keyboard at four dif‐
ferent levels.
Parameter
Description
[OFF]
Touch sensitivity is off. This can be very recom‐
mendable when playing the organ voice.
[1]
Soft
In this setting, the volume is higher than usual
even when playing with a soft touch.
[2]
Normal
This setting corresponds to the usual touch
response of a keyboard.
[3]
Hard
In this setting, the volume is lower than usual
even when playing with a hard touch.
Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press one of the piano keys in the
[TOUCH] area to adjust the touch sensitivity.
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8.2.6 Digital effects
8.2.6.1
Reverb and Chorus
With the reverb and chorus functions you can simulate acoustic effects under dif‐
ferent environmental conditions.
Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press one of the piano keys in the
[REVERB] or [CHORUS] area to adjust the desired effect.
Piano key
in the [REVERB] area
in the [CHORUS] area
[OFF]
No Reverb
No Chorus
[1]
Chamber
Slight Chorus effect
[2]
Small hall
Medium Chorus effect
[3]
Large hall
Strong Chorus effect
[4]
Stadium
Flanger effect
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8.2.6.2
Equalizer effect
The equalizer function allows three different settings.
Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press one of the piano keys in the
[EQ] area to adjust the desired effect.
Piano key
Equalizer setting
[1]
Standard
[2]
Classic
[3]
Modern
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8.2.7 Metronome
1.
Turning the metronome on / off
Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press the piano key [ON/OFF] in the
[METRONOME ] area to turn the metronome on or off.
2.
Setting the time signature
Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press one of the piano keys [0], [2],
[3], [4], [5], [6] in the [METRONOME ] area to set the desired time signature.
3.
Setting the metronome sound
Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press the piano key [VOCAL] in the
[METRONOME ] area to set a human voice or the click sound as the metronome
sound.
8.2.8 Tempo
Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press the respective piano key in the
[TEMPO] area to set the desired Tempo. You can set the Tempo by pressing the
piano key [TAP] twice, or using the piano keys [+] and [–] or using the piano
keys [0] to [9].
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If you press the buttons [+] and [–] in the [TEMPO] area simultaneously,
the Tempo will be reset to the default standard value (120 beats per
minute).
The tempo can be adjusted in a range from 30 to 280 bpm.
If you want to change the tempo with the piano keys [0] to [9], you
always have to enter it in three-digit format. For example, to set tempo
85, you have to press the piano keys [0][8][5] in a row in the [TEMPO]
area.
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8.2.9 Transposing
With this function you can adjust the pitch of the keyboard in 12 semitone steps up
or down.
Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press the piano keys [+] and [–] in the
[TRANSPOSE] area to adjust the keyboard pitch in semitone steps up or down.
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Press the [+] and [–] buttons in the [TRANSPOSE] area simultaneously
to restore the default setting (no transposition).
Fine tuning
With this function you can fine tune the entire keyboard in 0.2-Hz steps.
Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press the piano keys [+] and [–] in the
[TUNE] area to fine tune the keyboard. The value changes by 0.2 Hz in a range
from –100 to +100 Hz per keystroke.
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Press the [+] and [–] buttons in the [TUNE] area simultaneously to
restore the default setting (0 Hz).
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8.2.11
Key Tone
With this function, you can turn the Key Tone on or off. By default, the Key Tone is
turned on. Keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and press the piano key [BEEP] to
turn the Key Tone on or off.
If you keep the [FUNCTION] button pressed and turn on the Key Tone, you will hear a
beep tone every time you press a function button.
8.3 MIDI functions
8.3.1 What is MIDI?
1.
MIDI stands for ‘Musical Instrument Digital Interface’ and represents the
standard interface between a computer and electronic instruments.
2.
You can use the USB connection to exchange MIDI data with computers or
other USB devices that support USB audio via USB cable.
3.
The digital piano can be connected to computers or other USB devices.
4.
MIDI data from computers or other USB devices can be played back by the
sound module of the piano.
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8.3.2 USB connection
1.
System requirements
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CPU: 300 MHz, Pentium 2 or higher.
RAM: 64 MB min.
2 MB free hard disc space.
Operating system: Windows® 2000/XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.
Connecting
Connect the USB port on the rear panel of the digital piano to the USB port on
your computer using a standard USB cable (not included).
3.
USB precautions
Please heed the following instructions when connecting USB instruments to
computers. Otherwise, the instrument or the computer may ‘crash’, which can
result in data loss. If a ‘crash’ should occur, turn off computer and instrument
and restart them after a few seconds.
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If the computer is in standby or hibernation, wake the computer
before connecting the USB cable.
Establish the USB connection between computer and instrument
before turning on the instrument.
8.3.3 MIDI connection
1.
Tips on connecting
At MIDI connections, the device that controls other devices, is referred to as
the ‘Master’. A device that is controlled via MIDI is called ‘Slave’. Connect the
MIDI OUT of the master to the MIDI IN of the slave. You can not connect the
MIDI OUT of a device to the MIDI IN of the same device.
2.
Connection method
Connect the MIDI interface to the computer.
3.
Additional devices
Connect additional devices via the MIDI interface.
8.3.4 MIDI applications
n The digital piano can control other equipment or electronic instruments.
n You can use other devices to control the digital piano.
n The digital piano can play MIDI files from a computer.
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8.4 Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible causes and solutions
You hear a 'pop' sound from the speakers when switching the
digital piano on and off.
This is normal. No need to worry.
No sound can be heard when playing the piano.
Make sure that the volume control is set appropriately.
Check if headphones are plugged into the headphone output
2. Connecting headphones will mute the speakers of the dig‐
ital piano.
Malfunction occurs when using a mobile phone.
Using a mobile phone near the digital piano can cause inter‐
ference. To prevent this, turn off the mobile phone or use it
only at a safe distance.
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Rehearsal and demo songs
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Rehearsal and demo songs
No.
Name
No.
Name
1
Waltz in A Flat Op.39, No.15
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Mazurka
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The Happy Farmer
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Minuet 1
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Etude
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Minuet 2
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Dance Of The Four Swans From ‘Swan Lake’
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Minuet 3
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Carmen Suite No.2 Habanera
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Minuet In G
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A Little Polish Dance
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Neapolitan Song
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Jesus Saviour Pilot Me
37
Prelude
8
Old Macdonald Had A Farm
38
Salut D' Amour
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O Sole Mio
39
Pizzicato Polka
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Wedding March From ‘Lohengrin’
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Piano Sonata No.11 in A major KV 331, Andante grazioso
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2-Part Invention No.13 In A Minor BWV 784
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Songs Without Words Op30 No. 6 F sharp minor Vene‐
tian Gondola Song
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Turkish March
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Duke Aria From ‘The Rigoletto’
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Italian Polka
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Burgmuller Op.100 No.15 - Ballade
14
Musette
44
Spinning Song
15
Bourree
45
In The Theatre
16
To A Wild Rose
46
Alfredo and Violetta Column Tower Duet
17
Away In A Manger
47
Come Back To Sorrento
18
Für Elise
48
Piano Sonatina In F Major
19
Marriage Of Figaro
49
Tchaikovsky Waltz
20
Angels We Have Heard On High
50
Military March No.1 In D Major
21
Waltz
51
Als die alte Mutter mich noch lehrte singen
22
America The Beautiful
52
Etude on Leger Lines 1
23
Did You Ever See A Lassie
53
Etude on Leger Lines 2
24
Arabesque
54
At the Ball
25
Old France
55
Dancing Raindrops
26
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
56
From a Story Book
27
Music Box Dancer
57
Comin' 'Round the Mountain
28
Symphony No.9 In E Minor Largo From ‘The New World’
58
Song of the Brook
29
Larghetto
59
Puck
30
French Suites
60
Cotton-pickin' Fingers
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Rehearsal and demo songs
Demo song
No.
Name
1
Fantasia
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MIDI implementation chart
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MIDI implementation chart
Function
Basic Channel
Mode
Sent
Received
Default
1
ALL
Changed
1-16
1-16
Default
No
Mode 3
Messages
No
Mode 3
Altered
********
No
0 – 127
0 – 127
True voice
********
0 – 127
Note ON
Yes, 9nH,
Yes, 9nH,
v = 1 – 127
v = 1 – 127
No, 9nH,
Yes, 9nH,
v=0
v = 0 or 8nH,
v = 0 – 127
Keys
No
No
Channels
No
No
No
Yes
0
Yes
Yes
Bank Select
1
No
Yes
Modulation
5
No
Yes
Portamento Time
6
Yes
Yes
Data Entry
7
Yes
Yes
Volume
10
No
Yes
Pan
11
No
Yes
Expression
64
Yes
Yes
Sustain Pedal
65
No
Yes
Portamento ON/OFF
66
Yes
Yes
Sostenuto Pedal
67
Yes
Yes
Soft Pedal
80
No
Yes
Reverb Program
81
No
Yes
Chorus Program
91
Yes
Yes
Reverb Level
93
Yes
Yes
Chorus Level
120
No
Yes
All Sound Off
121
No
Yes
Reset All Controllers
123
Yes
Yes
All Notes Off
Note Number
Velocity Note
Note OFF
After Touch
Pitch Bend
Control Change
Notes
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MIDI implementation chart
Function
Program Change
Sent
Received
Yes
Yes
********
0 – 127
No
Yes
Song Position Pointer
No
No
Song Select
No
No
Tune Request
No
No
Clock
No
No
Commands
No
No
Local ON/OFF
No
No
ALL Notes OFF
Yes
Yes
Active Sensing
Yes
Yes
System Reset
No
Yes
True #
System Exclusive
System Common
System Real Time
Aux Messages
MIDI channel modes
POLY
MONO
OMNI ON
Mode 1
Mode 2
OMNI OFF
Mode 3
Mode 4
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Technical specifications
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Technical specifications
Keyboard
88 weighted keys with hammer action and adjustable touch response
Polyphony
64-voice
Voices
26
Rehearsal songs
60
Demo songs
1
Operating elements
On / Off switch, Volume control, Start / Stop button, Piano function keys to
select Voices, Demo and Rehearsal songs, Dual mode, Split mode, Tempo,
Metronome, Reverb and Chorus effect, Velocity sensitivity, Transposition,
Fine tune, Equalizer settings, Key Tone.
Pedals
Soft, Sostenuto, Sustain
Connections
DC IN, 2 × head phones (1/4" phone jack), AUX IN, AUX OUT, USB
Speaker
2 × 15 W
Operating supply voltage
230 V
Dimensions (W × D × H)
1365 mm × 330 mm × 790 mm
Weight
37 kg
(AC)
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Plug and connection assignment
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Plug and connection assignment
Introduction
This chapter will help you select the right cables and plugs to connect your valuable
equipment in such a way that a perfect sound experience is ensured.
Please note these advices, because especially in ‘Sound & Light’ caution is indicated:
Even if a plug fits into the socket, an incorrect connection may result in a destroyed
power amp, a short circuit or ‘just’ in poor transmission quality!
Balanced and unbalanced transmis‐
sion
Unbalanced transmission is mainly used in semi-professional environment and in hifi
use. Instrument cables with two conductors (one core plus shielding) are typical rep‐
resentatives of the unbalanced transmission. One conductor is ground and shielding
while the signal is transmitted through the core.
Unbalanced transmission is susceptible to electromagnetic interference, especially at
low levels, such as microphone signals and when using long cables.
In a professional environment, therefore, the balanced transmission is preferred,
because this enables an undisturbed transmission of signals over long distances. In
addition to the conductors ‘Ground’ and ‘Signal’, in a balanced transmission a second
core is added. This also transfers the signal, but phase-shifted by 180°.
Since the interference affects both cores equally, by subtracting the phase-shifted
signals, the interfering signal is completely neutralized. The result is a pure signal
without any noise interference.
1/4" TRS phone plug (stereo, unbal‐
anced)
1
Signal (left)
2
Signal (right)
3
Ground
1
Signal (left)
2
Signal (right)
3
Ground, shielding
Three-pole 1/8" mini phone jack
(stereo, unbalanced)
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Protecting the environment
13
Protecting the environment
Disposal of the packaging material
For the transport and protective packaging, environmentally friendly materials have
been chosen that can be supplied to normal recycling.
Ensure that plastic bags, packaging, etc. are properly disposed of.
Do not just dispose of these materials with your normal household waste, but make
sure that they are collected for recycling. Please follow the notes and markings on
the packaging.
Disposal of your old device
This product is subject to the European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Directive (WEEE). Do not dispose with your normal household waste.
Dispose of this device through an approved waste disposal firm or through your local
waste facility. When discarding the device, comply with the rules and regulations
that apply in your country. If in doubt, consult your local waste disposal facility.
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