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Re: Nord Piano 4 clicking sounds

Postby Alev66 » 29 Oct 2019, 13:30

I you want a good keybed that will last you have to buy a Yamaha, this is what expereienced service men tell me all the time, and that is why they are preferred in places where the equipment must work properly every day ( Musicals etc..)
But I must admit I had a defect key in my new P 200 in the late Nineties..
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Re: Nord Piano 4 clicking sounds

Postby knopf_piano » 29 Oct 2019, 14:48

I had fallen keys on my Roland FP-1. keybed wad completely nenewed/exchanged, warranty has exceeded. reason wad low quality plastics around key-weights. should be up to nord to make customers satisfied.
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Re: Nord Piano 4 clicking sounds

Postby Alev66 » 29 Oct 2019, 15:44

After Kawai, Korg and Nord now I am very happy with my Casio PX5S, the keys were kind of noisy from the first day on, but 800 Euro make it tolerable.
The White Grand is the first piano sample from Nord that is IMO as nice as the Casio Steinway "sample" (my edited version). And I was tempted to buy the Piano 4 or even the Grand but if you pay 2500 or 3000 Euro for a product and the keys get louder or clicking...that really hurts.
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Re: Nord Piano 4 clicking sounds

Postby baekgaard » 29 Oct 2019, 15:53

Alev66 wrote:I you want a good keybed that will last you have to buy a Yamaha, this is what expereienced service men tell me all the time, and that is why they are preferred in places where the equipment must work properly every day ( Musicals etc..)
But I must admit I had a defect key in my new P 200 in the late Nineties..


Yep... also had to replace 12-15 keys on my Yamaha P150 years ago, since they wear out...
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