At the beginning I had lessons on a keyboard. It was without pedal, pressure sensitivity (no hammer mechanics), and had a bad sound quality. Because I always dreamed from owning a DP, and now there was an opportunity, I directly chose the Thomann DP-30 RW/C, and I have to sayâ€¦ There is a whole world of difference between an keyboard and a DP!
I assisted the kind man who delivered the DP to take it in since 60kg is difficult to move into the 4th floor. Packaging was very good.
The assemblance was very easy, the only tool you need is a Phillips screwdriver. Assembling the very heavy top was difficult so I needed some assistance from a second person. After installation it was rock solid.
First I switched it on to get an overview over the functions and knobs. Itâ€™s a whole lot of functions, I can tell you!
For some of the features I had to consult the very easy to read manual. The handling is very easy and you know instantly which knob has which function.
The sound is much better than with a regular keyboad. At least compared to my old one. I often played a real acoustic piano, and I have to say, this one is very authentic. A small drawback is that the keys are very loud, when you reduce the volume. Itâ€™s a kind of plastic sound. But if you want to play at normal volume levels itâ€™s no longer audible. Or just use headphones.
The quality is ingenious. Despite the low price. It appears noble and powerful.
Finally I would recommend this DP to everyone, who has a tight budget and would like to have a DP with an authentic sound.