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A sophisticated electronic musical instrument designed to look, feel and sound like a traditional acoustic piano and offering many other useful features.
A technology implemented in the keyboards of some digital pianos, also called hammer-action keyboard. The feel of playing such piano is very close to playing a real upright piano. Weighted keys imitate real hammers needed to be lifted in any acoustic piano to struck the strings..Sulinda's keyboard is superior to other designs as it does not use springs to imitate keys resistance, but actual metal weights hidden under the keys. Finger depressing the key meets exactly the same resistance as it would be lifting the weight of a real hammer. This level of realism has been praised by all customers who bought Sulinda pianos before.
Another technology used as an addition to weighted keys. With graded hammer-action effect, the keys are much heavier on the left side than on the right side to realistically duplicate this effect of lifting different sized hammers in an acoustic piano.
Also called Touch sensitivity or velocity, is a technology that makes keys of a digital piano sensitive to the pressure. The harder you press the key, the louder it sounds – just like in a normal acoustic piano.
If required, the keyboard of a digital piano can be transposed to any desired key with a touch of a button. This feature is very useful while playing with a band or a singer.
Also called Dual Mode, this feature enables to combine two voices and play them together. The effect can be magical. A favourite combination is strings and piano. Play staccato, and you just hear the piano voice. Play legato, and you also hear a beautiful halo of strings adding extra depth and richness.
DREAM tone source
For exceptional realism, some models of Sulinda digital pianos use sophisticated 'DREAM' digital tone generation technology. This technology offers breathtaking quality and depth of sound. 'DREAM' sound source reproduces extremely realistic piano sounds. This makes it sound bright and clear. The sound quality is truly outstanding and definitely not seen in any other digital pianos at this price range. Sulinda pianos with DREAM sound source store digital recording of samples of a high quality concert grand piano that are reproduced as you play, resulting in an wonderful acoustic sounding playing experience.
In digital pianos, polyphony refers to the number of notes that can be produced by the sound generator at once. Polyphony allows significantly smoother and more natural transitions between notes. Some digital pianos are limited in the number of notes they can play simultaneously. Sulinda pianos have extended 64-notes (32 in some models) polyphony and therefore are able to handle most musical passages without any noticeable drop out of any notes.
A feature enabling you to split the keyboard into two parts and play two different tones of instruments at once. This is very useful if playing a bass or percussion section along with the melody usually played with piano sounds.
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