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Dexibell VIVO S7 Pro stage piano (new in NAMM 2019) #2801324
01/12/19 05:10 PM
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At the very end of the video there's a glimpse of the new/forthcoming model. Seems to have similar appearance to the S9 that we already know. I don't think there's any more info than that yet.


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Re: Dexibell VIVO S7 Pro stage piano (new in NAMM 2019) [Re: clothearednincompo] #2801346
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Well spotted!

Looks from the pic as if the keys are all plastic, when compared to S9. Maybe they've also dropped the motorised drawbars to reduce the cost. The S9, despite its very high spec, is pretty expensive (too expensive I would say).


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Re: Dexibell VIVO S7 Pro stage piano (new in NAMM 2019) [Re: clothearednincompo] #2801367
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I'd like to see it have the same functionality as a the S7 but with the S9 action ( Fatar TP-400 W )



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Re: Dexibell VIVO S7 Pro stage piano (new in NAMM 2019) [Re: clothearednincompo] #2801466
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Dexibell already provided more details in the video comments:

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S7 PRO share same technology of actual S7 with several major improvements:
- Better Keyboard: TP 40 Graded Hammer Action Keyboard
- Professional Outputs : 2-XLR balanced + 2-¼” Jack Unbalanced
- 4 parts
- 4 pedal inputs
- 8 independent EFX (2 x each part)
- Cosmetics and wooden side panels from S9
- New Human interface derived from S9
- DC-IN with security lock
- DEXIBELL Continuous Sustain Pedal included

That's why it is still called S7 with the addition of PRO

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Re: Dexibell VIVO S7 Pro stage piano (new in NAMM 2019) [Re: clothearednincompo] #2801610
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“- 4 parts”
Are these parts what is usually called ‘tracks’? Does it mean that it has a 4 track sequencer?


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Re: Dexibell VIVO S7 Pro stage piano (new in NAMM 2019) [Re: clothearednincompo] #2801639
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On the S7 manual, I read about 3 parts : main, coupled (a part which is layered above main), lower (when splitting the keyboard). There are 3 MIDI channels associated with them.


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Re: Dexibell VIVO S7 Pro stage piano (new in NAMM 2019) [Re: clothearednincompo] #2801660
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When I read about the vivo sound module, they also talked about ‘three parts’. They seemed to be refering to midi channels, which I find a number of channels absurdly low for a sound module. But ‘main, coupled and lower’ seem to refer to something different.


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Re: Dexibell VIVO S7 Pro stage piano (new in NAMM 2019) [Re: clothearednincompo] #2801690
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I think the TP40GH is an improvement over the TP40L. I would've liked to see the TP40Wood or TP400 W actions myself but an upgrade to TP40GH is welcome. It's a shame that they didn't upgrade the 1.5GB memory though. I'll never get why DP manufacturers always skimp on memory when its so cheap nowadays.



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Re: Dexibell VIVO S7 Pro stage piano (new in NAMM 2019) [Re: halherta] #2801715
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Originally Posted by halherta
I think the TP40GH is an improvement over the TP40L. I would've liked to see the TP40Wood or TP400 W actions myself but an upgrade to TP40GH is welcome. It's a shame that they didn't upgrade the 1.5GB memory though. I'll never get why DP manufacturers always skimp on memory when its so cheap nowadays.

S7 has TP40M, not L.
TP40 wood & TP400 wood are both taller actions, that would not fit in place of the standard TP40.

It would have been nice if they added memory, given platinum sound size.

Since you are stating preference for the fatar wood action versions, which have you played, and what did you like about them compared to the standard TP40?


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Re: Dexibell VIVO S7 Pro stage piano (new in NAMM 2019) [Re: jeffscot] #2801717
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Originally Posted by jeffscot
Originally Posted by halherta
I think the TP40GH is an improvement over the TP40L. I would've liked to see the TP40Wood or TP400 W actions myself but an upgrade to TP40GH is welcome. It's a shame that they didn't upgrade the 1.5GB memory though. I'll never get why DP manufacturers always skimp on memory when its so cheap nowadays.

S7 has TP40M, not L.
TP40 wood & TP400 wood are both taller actions, that would not fit in place of the standard TP40.

It would have been nice if they added memory, given platinum sound size.

Since you are stating preference for the fatar wood action versions, which have you played, and what did you like about them compared to the standard TP40?



I tried the TP40(I keep forgetting whether it was L/M) on a Nord Piano 3. It was very good. But I preferred the TP40Wood on the SL88 Grand action wise. The TP40Wood is a heavier action which is what I prefer. I found both actions to be rather noisy. I haven't tried the TP40GH action, though I heard that it is identical to the TP40Wood but is all plastic. I also heard that the TP400 W is identical for very close to the TP40Wood action but have no way to confirm this.

I'd rate the the TP40Wood action slightly lower than yamaha's NWX. Roland's PHA-50 slightly above the NWX. And the Kawai Wooden keybeds (I've tried the RM3 Grand II and GF I) as the top action (slightly above the PHA-50). These are all just my opinions ofcourse.



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