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#44998 - 08/20/10 03:58 AM Re: what about the Technics SX-PR900
RMepstead Offline
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I blame RDR....
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#44999 - 08/24/10 09:55 AM Re: what about the Technics SX-PR900
rdr Offline
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Registered: 04/10/99
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Loc: PA US
Yep, it was me. Since I started with the guitar,have not played the PR for years, plus I have a KN5000, and would like to sell the PR. Perfect condition for $2,500.

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#45000 - 08/26/10 01:10 PM Re: what about the Technics SX-PR900
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Registered: 04/10/99
Posts: 112
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Sabastian, If you are still around and still interested in info about the PR900, here is some info. Technics Digital Ensemble (SX-PR900) boasts concert-hall good looks. It has a high-gloss deep cherry finish. The SX-PR900 offers 64 notes of polyphony that can handle the most complex musical arrangements. With Technics Dynamic Acoustics, even the most subtle instrument sounds are faithfully reproduced. With digital sampling and digital signal processing, DA lets the ensembles emulate the warm tones and beautiful reverberations of a grand piano. The Digital Ensemble can reproduce the brightness of a harpsichord or snare drum. Equalization can be adjusted for every voice in four increments, from bright to mellow, giving composers even more creative control. Hundreds of rhythm patterns available - everything from country rock to Latin pop. Chances are there will always be an appropriate rhythm to match the music being played. It has the popular feature called Piano Stylist, which emulates the style of some of the best artists. In this mode, users will feel like they're playing alongside eminent names in music.
The sound quality is superb and it has a sleek, curved cabinet that makes it visually appealing. This keyboard can transform an amateur into an accomplished player within minutes. Lots of sounds from which to choose, there are no reigns on creativity. Multiple pianos, organs, and guitars, along with trumpets, violins, oboes, and a variety of drums, make elaborate orchestrations not only possible but easy. It has plenty of preset rhythms - ranging from salsa and rock to polka and jazz that add to the keyboards' professional sound.
Manual sequence pads, so built-in musical phrases and sound effects, ranging from hip to humorous, can be played at the touch of a button. The sequence pads are also recordable, so users can save their own creations. Several digital effects open up even more possibilities. Digital reverb simulates the effect of playing in a much larger space, such as a jazz club or concert hall. It has a customized backlit LCD displays to help users select sounds, rhythms, and modes, and to keep them informed of operating status during play. The display is a large monochrome display. And more….

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#503846 - 09/22/21 04:44 PM Re: what about the Technics SX-PR900 [Re: sebastien]
Dengizich Offline
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Registered: 07/19/21
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Does anyone have a Service Manual for an SX-PR900?

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