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Classenti UD1 Upright Digital Piano


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Classenti UD1

Not only does the Classenti UD1 look like the real thing it plays like it too. With a wonderfully designed and executed keyboard it is hard to tell the difference between tinkling its keys or those of an acoustic. Several features maximise its sound potential and, as a digital piano, it is fully connected to the modern world. 


For those who want a digital piano with a keyboard that will leave nothing lacking when transferring playing technique between digital and acoustic forms the Classenti UD1 is perfect. Combining the full 88 keys with 128 notes of polyphony there is nothing an acoustic can do that the UD1 can’t. Precision engineering has made the keyboard fully-weighted, meaning that the feel of the keys is the same as on an acoustic’s keyboard; though this can be adjusted to 1 of 4 levels to suit the individual.

A touch sensitive keyboard with 5 dynamic levels, which affect the volume of the note according to the force used on the key gives, the UD1 an advantage over many rival digital pianos and is key to the exactness required from truly talented pianists. Its Graded Hammer Action system mimics an acoustic’s weighting of the keys according to where they are on the keyboard with lower end keys feeling heavier than higher ones.

Add the transpose ability to alter the key tuning of the whole keyboard, optimising playing with musicians of other instruments, and soft, sustain, and sostenuto pedals and the UD1 has the complete package.


There are 23 superbly sampled stereo voices that represent several different pianos and other many instruments. Layer and Split modes make the most out of this diversity by enabling the use of more than one at once. Effects such as brilliance, reverb, and chorus give that little bit extra and add a vividness to the sound unachievable on an acoustic piano.

The 4-way speaker system is another area in which the Classenti UD1 overreaches other models. They give this upright piano a heavy 100W stereo amplification, enough, free of other speakers, to fill out a medium sized concert venue with its vibrant sound. A real wood soundboard with outfacing wooden ribs enhances this even more.


Amply connected, the UD1 incorporates MIDI In/Out, Aux In/Out ports, an extra pedal adapter, and two headphone jacks to give it excellent compatibility. There is also a USB type B connection that lets a cable link the piano to a computer or other device. This can be used with the recording facility, which has limited capacity to store information actually on the UD1, to export recordings to avoid having to continually wipe the piano’s memory.  



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