At Winter Namm 2006 ASC introduced the entire updated line in both Grand and Upright models.
Sejung's 88-note Hammer-Action Keyboard gives users the same responsiveness and touch as an acoustic piano. The key action can actually be adjusted to 4 different responses. While the improved stereo-sampled sounds allow a wide selection of instrument tones from a Concert Grand Piano to true drum percussion to enhance any performance.
All Sejung digital pianos have built in Song Recorders that make it possible to record performances, while an onboard metronome helps stay in time when practicing.
LED displays make the menu navigation easily visible and simple to use and built in speakers make all Sejung Digital pianos the perfect choice for, concert halls, churches, schools and homes.
Additional features include a music rest, soft and Sostenuto pedals. Stereo headphones outputs, ac adapter or AC power cord.
For more information, visit their web site at www.ASCpianos.com.
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