Could you tell us how is the keybed, is it stock TP40W fatar, or something more specific?
It isn't a Fatar action, the keybed is made in korea and it's made of wood (I asked before buying the Legend 70 Artist W).
Interesting to know. How would you describe that action, according to your taste? Is it fast and precise enough for jazz / classical application? How do you like it, compare to Kawai and others?
Hi, sorry for the late answer.
I sold my Yamaha P515 to buy a Viscount Legend 70 Artist W, 'cause despite the good action, I didn't like the sound very much.
The Legend 70 has better sounds compared to Yamaha's ones and it's more versatile (the interchangeable modules idea is really great), but for my taste (I prefer heavy keybeds) the P515 action is better. When I play the piano (my main instrument is pipe organ), I play 99% of the time classical music and I have encountered no problems at all with the Legend 70.
Regarding piano sounds, the only thing that I really don't like is that there's no sympathetic string resonance. So I hope in a future firmware's update to solve this lack.
About the modules: I didn't buy the synth module 'cause it has only 8 voices of polyphony and I think that for a digital synth it's really a joke!
I would like to have a string machine module (something like the Waldorf Streichfett, but with more possibilities to tweak the sound), obviously not limited to 8 voices.
I'm not interested in a Hammond clone module (in case, I'd just buy a Legend or Crumar Mojo desktop module).