Archive for the ‘Digital Pianos’ Category

Dynatone DPR-2000

Monday, March 16th, 2015

 

Dynatone DPR 2200

Dynatone DPR 2200

 

The new Dynatone DPR-2200H digital piano has a new sound source called the ROS V.4 which becomes obvious when you start playing the piano.  The sound is incredible and very realistic. Obviously,  this model is not in a grand cabinet like the VCP 3000 OR the GPR 2200 but it has the same great features except in an upright cabinet.

The new action called ARHA that also comes with a large LCD screen is a great new feature on the DPR-2200.  This makes the piano feel more realistic than the earlier versions of this model.  It also brings this console model in-line with the larger models available with similar features. Both the DGP-200 grand piano with ensemble and the VCP-3000 player grand model.  The problem you see sometimes in the digital piano business is that the largest model has the best action and the least expensive model has a really bad action.  This is not the case with these three models.  Dynatone has made a very consistent action in each of their ensemble pianos.

Performances like this one can not be accomplished without a great action.

Along with the great action on the DPR 2200 is also the fact that they have loaded it with 128 note polyphony and 128 individual voices.  There is plenty of room for expansion of your composition and recording.  Just record your song or performance with the piano or guitar or whatever tone you may choose.  Once you have completed your song, play it back and play your second voice on top of the recording and expand the sound to create a virtual orchestra.
Lastly, the cabinet doesn’t look or feel like one of those cabinets you buy online or one of the toy pianos you find in Walmart.  It looks and feels like an acoustic piano.

More to come…..

Ric Overton in Burbank, CA

Dynatone GRP-2200H

Wednesday, March 11th, 2015

DYNATONE GRP 2200H

 

GPR-2200

Dynatone GPR 2200

 

This is a really cool piano.  It has the same great features as the Dynatone VCP 3000 but this model does not move the keys up and down like the VCP 3000 model.

The Dynatone GPR 2200 is a full-on ensemble unit which allows you to play all of the 80 different rhythms with either one finger operation for beginners or a full fingered chord system with 2 – 3 or 4 fingered chords.  There are at least 128 voices that can be incorporated in this model.  This allows the player to use as many different sounds as you may want by layering them on a recording app OR use the recording system on board along with a recording app and you have a professional recording at the tip of your fingers.

POLYPHONY

When using the recording feature the polyphony becomes very important.  The word polyphony is directly related to the number of functions the piano can perform at once.  128 note polyphony is plenty sufficient for most users to build a GIGANTIC sound.

If you are playing more secular type music you will find the Dynatone GPR 2200 to be a perfect blend of electronic sounds like Electric Piano – taking you back to the old Fender Rhodes sound or the Hammond B-3 sound.  If you are more sacred or religious minded you will find this to have more liturgical sounds like Harpsichord or Piano.  Other popular sounds are the luscious strings sounds or the blaring horn sounds.  All of these built to be compatible with each other to create a symphonic dream.

Of course, one of the things that is the most attractive about this digital grand piano is that it is very affordable.  If you are looking for a grand piano that is easy to maneuver, easy to use, has multiple capabilities and is affordable then this is the right model for you.  The Dynatone VGP 2200.

Ric Overton from Burbank, CA

Dynatone Pianos – Never Heard Of Them

Sunday, March 8th, 2015
Dynatone U.S.

Dynatone U.S.

History

Dynatone Pianos have been around since 1987.  EMI (Electronic Musical Instruments) which was a part of a much larger group known as Korea Electronics Co., LTD also known as KEC.  In 1996, Dynatone took over the digital piano line from the World Famous LG to focus on creating a leading digital piano company.  In 2000, Dynatone separated completely from KEC.

In the United States Dynatone was known as an OEM company.  What this means is that any company could order a product and the OEM company would simply put the brand name that the customer wanted to use.  When Dynatone began to market more worldwide they changed their policy on OEM product and began to only manufacture and sell under their own name brand.  While this was a risk in some ways to Dynatone’s infrastructure it has proven to be a very smart move on their part.

Dynatone U.S.

Dynatone U.S.

Changes

In 2014 Dynatone began using a U.S. distributor for the very first time.  The reception in the United States has been overwhelming.  While Dynatone has grown their business in Europe as well as Korea and in other parts of the world, the U.S. has remained virtually untapped by them.  Marketing in the United States started in 2014 by Piano Marketing Group.

Piano Marketing Group has successfully launched Dynatone into a number of states and is growing by leaps and bounds.  While still relatively unknown it has a bright future ahead of it and should look for many exciting changes coming.

Dynatone New Products

Dynatone New Products

The Products

The models Dynatone offers are fairly comprehensive, Piano Marketing Group chose to only import a small portion of their offerings.  In this brand, you will find only 6 or 7 models.  I have decided to go through each of the models and show you what they look like and even some demonstrations as to what they sound like.

Each of these models are incredible in their own way.  I want to review each product in the coming weeks to show you how different each one is and perhaps you will be able to decide which one is right for you.

See You soon – From lovely Downtown Burbank, CA

Ric Overton

 

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