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Classenti GR1i Digital Baby Grand Piano

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Colour:Polished Ebony

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Headphone jacks x 2
88 full size keys
Fully-weighted, touch sensitive keys (5 dynamic levels)
Graded hammer action
Speakers 2 x 50 watts (stereo)
4-way speaker sound system: 2 x 7 inch, 2 x 2 inch
3 pedals (Soft, Sostenuto, Sustain)
23 Voices
128 note polyphony
USB (USB midi interface)
MIDI in/out

Audi in/out
Metronome
Record and play back
Transpose
Reverb
Chorus
Keyboard split
Layer
Master volume control
LED Display
Master tune
Song sequencer (up to 4,000 notes)
Simplified control panel located on the left side
Made in Indonesia

Colour: Polished Ebony
(Chrome fittings: Pedals, hinges, lyre columns and supports, stay, speaker covers)

Piano Dimensions:

Width: (left to right) 140cm (55.1 inches)
Depth: (front to back) 86cm (33.9 inches)
Height: 79.5cm (31.3 inches)

Music rest height: 18.5cm (7.3 inches)
Music rest length: 80cm (31.5 inches)
Floor to bottom of keybed (leg room measurement): 63cm (24.5 inches)

Weight: 80 KG

Sound

Digitally sampled in Japan.

88 Full Size, Fully Weighted Piano Keys

Represents the full 7¼ octave range of an upright or grand piano. The keys are exactly the same
size as a real piano.

Touch Sensitive Keys

The harder you strike the key, the louder it sounds. Gives added expression to your music.

Dynamic Levels: 5. This allows you to play each note at 5 different
volume levels (p, mp, mf, f, ff).

Graded Hammer Action Keyboard

With heavier key weighting in the bass, getting progressively lighter as you go up the keyboard.
This mimics the exact feel of an upright or grand piano.

Control Panel

Simply laid out and easy to use.

23 Instrumental Voices (In addition, each voice can be combined with another. This
creates a total of 45 different sounds)

Grand piano 1, Grand piano 2 (Brighter sound, good for jazz), Electric Piano 1, Electric Piano 2, Harpsichord,
Pipe Organ, Pop Organ, Strings 1, Strings 2, Vibraphone, Choir, Honky Tonk, Guitar, Accordion, Orchestra, Music Box

Built-in Speakers

2 x 50 watts – that’s 100 watts stereo amplification!

Record and Play Back

This feature allows you to record your own music. All you need to do is press the ‘record’ button
and start playing. When you’ve finished playing, press the ‘play’ button and it will play back your song. The
recording feature is also compatible with PC music file formats. In other words, you can record yourself in a file
format that can then be transferred to other media (CDs, MP3 etc.)

Built-in Metronome

No need to buy one, it's built-in. Essential for learning how to play in time. You can adjust the
speed to suit the music you are playing.

Voltage Adjustment

The Classenti GR1i has a built-in transformer which allows you to use the piano in any country.
It automatically adjusts to your country's voltage.

Power Adaptor

AC mains adaptor with standard UK plug.

3 Pedals: Sustain, Soft and Sostenuto (gold colour)

Sustain pedal. This is the pedal on the right. On upright pianos it is sometimes
referred to as a ‘damper pedal’. This pedal allows you to sustain any note, or notes, without having to hold the
key down.

Soft pedal. This is the pedal on the left. Pressing this down makes the sound a lot
quieter. It’s very useful when you’re required to play something very delicate.

Sostenuto pedal. This pedal is in the middle. Used mainly by experienced pianists. The sostenuto pedal sustains
only notes that are depressed at the time the pedal is depressed. More proficient players use it when a note, or
notes need to be sustained without being disturbed when the right pedal comes into play.

Legs

Three, attractive grand piano style legs. Just like a real acoustic grand piano.

Prop

The GR1i has a prop. The prop allows you to have the lid up. Having the lid up increases the
volume and richness of the tone. The prop is in chrome to match the other fittings.

Key Weight Control

Prefer a heavier or lighter touch? No problem, just use the key weight control button to select
from three settings: Standard, heavy and light. The piano’s default setting is standard. The keys remain touch
sensitive on all settings.

Cabinet (Keyboard, Legs, Pedal Lyre and Pedals)
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 Looks like an acoustic grand piano!

  • Strong, hard wearing cabinet 
  • 3 pedals (chrome colour) 
  • All hinges and brackets are chrome colour 
  • Easy to assemble or dismantle 
  • Easy to move the piano around 
  • Elegant, stylish, simplistic design. Looks stunning in any home 
  • Black control panel located on the left side
  • Soundboard to add resonance and create a real piano look
  • Available Colours: Polished Ebony, Polished White 

Sound Source

Japanese engineers created the Classenti sound by combining a multitude of tones from the world's
finest concert grand pianos. These engineers didn't just take the sound from one grand piano they took the richest,
most vibrant ones; enhanced them, then came up with a digitally sampled version that's quite unique. I don't know
exactly how they accomplished this, but the result is a clean, piano sound that's incredibly realistic.

Headphones

2 x Headphone jacks to connect headphones. Two players can play with headphones at the same time.

128 Note Polyphony

This allows you to play up to 128 notes simultaneously (I know you only have 10 fingers, but this
includes notes held down by the pedal).

USB

Connect straight to your computer.

MIDI In/Out

You can connect to your computer and other MIDI compatible hardware. Allows interaction with
piano tuition PC software, and music notation software such as Sibelius, Finale, NotationComposer, MagicScore, MusicTime, QuickScore and many more. If you're into composing
them the MIDI In/Out is a must.

Audio In (also known as 'Line in' or 'aux in')

The Audio-in allows you to connect external music sources (with RCA outputs) such as your PDA or MP3 player.

Audio Out (also known as 'Line out' or 'aux out')

If you want to give a live performance, connect your Classenti piano to your hi-fi system through
the Audio-out (or auxiliary-out).

Transpose

Change your piano’s pitch to play along with other instruments such as trumpet, clarinet, etc. Or
make some musical pieces more comfortable for singers.

Reverb

This produces a slight echo on each note to mimic the sound a grand piano makes in a concert hall.

Dual Voice

Choose any two sounds and merge them together… A very nice combination is the piano voice
combined with strings.

Brilliance

Make your piano sound brighter or more mellow.

Master Volume Switch

You can turn the sound right down for late night playing, or up to its maximum for loud
performances.

Power Switch

You can turn your piano on or off without having to reach for the mains socket.

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