Studiologic Numa Compact 2X

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Franklin, WI, United States
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Modern design and state of the art technology, 1GB of sounds updatable via USB, Tone wheel Organ Model and Synth sections, and 2 double powerful effects + String Resonance and stereo Reverb, in a light portable cabinet. An easy, friendly and professional user interface, 2 Sound sections, 2 MIDI zones, a fast semi-weighted top quality keyboard with Aftertouch. Built-in amplification system, ideal for a home or studio session.

An instrument that can surprise on stage, for live gigs and concerts, also ideal for rehearsals or recordings, thanks to the wide variety of sounds, such as Pianos, E-Pianos, Keyboards, Bass & Guitars, Organs (tone wheel, analogue and classics), Synthesizers, Orchestral sounds and effects and many others, including Drum Kits.

An incredible USB-Audio feature that allows to send and receive digital audio to computers and tablets and amplify it thru the built-in amps and speakers. The only product on the market which offers the quality of a top Stage Piano, Organ and Synth with an additional palette of sounds, coupled with a powerful MIDI controller, at a price with no direct competitors.

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