- Velocity-sensitive keyboard with 61 keys
- Including bench, stand, headphones, music holder and power supply ( if purchased with kit )
- Built-in teaching module with 40 melodies
- 300 built-in sounds and 300 built-in rhythms
- 2 good speakers with a clear sound
- Play with full orchestra
- Microphone input
- Built-in sustain and vibrato effects
The Donner DEK-620 is a velocity-sensitive arrangement keyboard with 61 full-size keys. All the important things to get started with playing the keyboard are included - such as a keyboard bench, keyboard stand, headphones, sheet music and power supply.
The Dek-620 is excellent for both the beginner and the slightly experienced, as it has a built-in teaching function and a large selection of both sounds and rhythms with accompaniment as well as great effects and smart functions.
In addition to being able to get power from the power supply, the DEK-620 can also run on batteries (not included).
Lots of sounds and rhythms
The sound section contains 300 sounds, and you can find several piano sounds as well as a wide range of organ, strings, synthesizer, guitar/bass sounds and many others, and in the rhythm section you will find a wide selection of rhythms with accompanying accompaniment in styles such as, pop, rock, jazz, Latin, country, gospel and even dance and funk.
The DEK-620's extensive selection of sounds and accompaniments allows you to play all your favorite songs yourself with a full orchestra and with a wide selection of different sounds. In addition to the many sounds and accompaniments, the DEK-620 also has a percussion panel from which you can play different percussion sounds or even whole drum rhythms.
Learn to play the keyboard with the tutorial function
The built-in teaching system of the DEK-620 is based on 40 built-in songs that you can use as a basis for learning to play the keyboard. You simply select a song in the library and start it, after which the display shows you which key/tone you should play in the melody. The keyboard then creates an accompaniment itself, which waits for you while you find the next and right note.
Sing with your keyboard
If you want to sing, the microphone input on the back of the keyboard allows you to connect a microphone to the DEK-620 and use the keyboard's built-in speakers to amplify the microphone. The input can also be used to connect a smartphone to, so you can play music through the keyboard's speakers.
Other great features
The Donner DEK-620 comes with a backlit LCD display and includes a transpose function and metronome. In addition, the DEK-620 is equipped with a split function, which makes it possible to split the keyboard into two equal parts, which is useful if you and a friend want to play the keyboard at the same time.
The Dek-620 also has a dual function, which makes it possible to play 2 different sounds on the keyboard simultaneously - e.g. you can have an electric bass sound in the bass while you have a guitar on the rest of the keyboard.
Both introvert and extrovert
If you prefer to play or practice without disturbing others, or without being disturbed, you can connect the included headphones. When connected, no sound comes from the keyboard's built-in speakers, only the headphones.
The built-in option for battery operation, on the other hand, gives you the opportunity to take the keyboard out with you and play, and thus you can disturb or please as many people as possible. Absolutely without needing a socket.
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