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Digital Piano Clavia Nord Electro 6 Full Review. Is it a good choice?

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Now that we’ve listed and described the features of this digital piano there’s no better than taking a look at the following videos where they tell us more about the Clavia Nord Electro 6 and you can hear the different sounds of this piano.

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Now let’s compare the Clavia Nord Electro 6 with its more common alternatives. Also at the end of the post you will find a section with the best shopping possibilities for this digital piano. But you can go directly to that part of the post by pressing the following button.

Clavia Nord Electro 6 vs Korg SV1 73

The digital piano Clavia Nord Electro 6 is usually about 800 € more expensive than Korg SV1 73.

Let’s put the features of each of these pianos in 2 different columns to make it easier to see the differences

Clavia Nord Electro 6

Korg SV1 73

  • 73 Keys with Nord Hammer Action Portable
  • Advanced Splitting and layering
  • Piano with Synth functions
  • 6 Split points with LED display
  • 1 GB Memory for Nord Piano Library
  • 512 MB Memory for Nord Sample Library
  • North C2D B3 Tone Wheel simulation
  • Principal Pipe Organ model
  • B3 Tone Wheel bass
  • Transposer
  • Leslie 122 Simulation of the North C2D
  • Extended polyphony, enought to play everything
  • Program selection with set-list function
  • Organise mode for rearranging programs and samples
  • Seamless transitions function. Professional transitions
  • Quick access to two-manual setups with the dual-organ mode
  • 9 LED pull bar
  • Holder for optionally available Half-Moon switch from Nord
  • All effects are in stereo
  • Tube Overdrive simulation
  • Vibe effect
  • reverb and delay effects separated
  • 2x Line-Out jack (L/R)
  • Monitor input mini stereo jack
  • Headphone output
  • Input for control and sustain pedal (not included)
  • Input for Rotary Speaker Pedal
  • MIDI In/Out
  • USB to Host
  • Dimensions: 1074 x 344 x 121 mm
  • A good weight of: 11,4 kg
  • Keyboard with hammer action RH3 and 73 keys
  • 8 Velocity curves
  • 8 Tuning curves
  • Fine tuning and transpose (every key +/- 12 semitones)
  • EDS sound generation (Enhanced Definition Synthesis) and RX (Real eXperience) technology
  • 80-voice polyphony
  • 36 Sounds
  • 8 favourite switches for quick control panel registration
  • Tube in pre amp: 1 x 12AX7
  • 36 Demo songs
  • Sustain pedal input
  • Headphone input
  • 2x 6.3 mm Jack sound inputs
  • Line Outputs Jack unbalanced and 2x XLR balanced, perfect for live music
  • Standar Midi in/out
  • USB
  • Korg DS-2H sustain pedal included
  • Dimensions 1143 x 347 x 154 mm and a weight of 17.5 kg

And below a video of the Korg SV1 73

If you want to know more about this model do not miss our Korg SV1 73 review

Clavia Nord Electro 6 vs Korg Grandstage 73

The digital piano Clavia Nord Electro 6 is usually about 250 € more expensive than Korg Grandstage 73.

Let’s put the features of each of these pianos in 2 different columns to make it easier to see the differences

Clavia Nord Electro 6

Korg Grandstage 73

  • 73 Keys with Nord Hammer Action Portable
  • Advanced Splitting and layering
  • Piano with Synth functions
  • 6 Split points with LED display
  • 1 GB Memory for Nord Piano Library
  • 512 MB Memory for Nord Sample Library
  • North C2D B3 Tone Wheel simulation
  • Principal Pipe Organ model
  • B3 Tone Wheel bass
  • Transposer
  • Leslie 122 Simulation of the North C2D
  • Extended polyphony, enought to play everything
  • Program selection with set-list function
  • Organise mode for rearranging programs and samples
  • Seamless transitions function. Professional transitions
  • Quick access to two-manual setups with the dual-organ mode
  • 9 LED pull bar
  • Holder for optionally available Half-Moon switch from Nord
  • All effects are in stereo
  • Tube Overdrive simulation
  • Vibe effect
  • reverb and delay effects separated
  • 2x Line-Out jack (L/R)
  • Monitor input mini stereo jack
  • Headphone output
  • Input for control and sustain pedal (not included)
  • Input for Rotary Speaker Pedal
  • MIDI In/Out
  • USB to Host
  • Dimensions: 1074 x 344 x 121 mm
  • A good weight of: 11,4 kg
  • 73 RH3 Weighted Hammer Action Keyboard
  • Includes five grand pianos plus an Upright piano (Berlin, German, Austrian, Japanese and Italian)
  • Seven different sound engines with up to 128-voice polyphony
  • 500 Sounds
  • 3-Band EQ and 4 insert effects
  • Reverb/Delay section
  • 2 OLED Displays
  • Split and layer function
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheel
  • USB port for pendrive
  • Two Line outputs XLR CANON L/R balanced
  • Two Line outputs jack
  • USB to HOST
  • sustain pedal included and Damper and switch pedal input also
  • Stereo headphone output jack
  • Piano stand included
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1099 x 359 x 140 mm and a Weight of 17 kg

And below a video of the Korg Grandstage 73

If you want to know more about this model do not miss our Korg Grandstage 73 review

Clavia Nord Electro 6 vs Roland VR 730

The digital piano Clavia Nord Electro 6 is usually about 960 € more expensive than Roland VR 730.

Let’s put the features of each of these pianos in 2 different columns to make it easier to see the differences

Clavia Nord Electro 6

Roland VR 730

  • 73 Keys with Nord Hammer Action Portable
  • Advanced Splitting and layering
  • Piano with Synth functions
  • 6 Split points with LED display
  • 1 GB Memory for Nord Piano Library
  • 512 MB Memory for Nord Sample Library
  • North C2D B3 Tone Wheel simulation
  • Principal Pipe Organ model
  • B3 Tone Wheel bass
  • Transposer
  • Leslie 122 Simulation of the North C2D
  • Extended polyphony, enought to play everything
  • Program selection with set-list function
  • Organise mode for rearranging programs and samples
  • Seamless transitions function. Professional transitions
  • Quick access to two-manual setups with the dual-organ mode
  • 9 LED pull bar
  • Holder for optionally available Half-Moon switch from Nord
  • All effects are in stereo
  • Tube Overdrive simulation
  • Vibe effect
  • reverb and delay effects separated
  • 2x Line-Out jack (L/R)
  • Monitor input mini stereo jack
  • Headphone output
  • Input for control and sustain pedal (not included)
  • Input for Rotary Speaker Pedal
  • MIDI In/Out
  • USB to Host
  • Dimensions: 1074 x 344 x 121 mm
  • A good weight of: 11,4 kg
  • With professional sounds for live music
  • 73 key half-weighted keyboard
  • Fast access to organ, piano and synthesizer sounds by selecting on the user interface
  • Virtual drawbars uce authentic vintage organ sounds
  • 3 Built-in Rotary effects
  • Including a newly developed Rock rotary for strong band performance
  • Vintage e-pianos and acoustic grandpianos
  • A selection of electric pianos from Roland RD-2000
  • Seven simultaneous effects with real-time controller
  • Not speakers, not sustain pedal included
  • Metronome
  • Looper
  • Can operate with batteries
  • You can download sounds reloaded free of
    charge at the Roland’s Axial Website
  • USB audio recording function
  • Line Output (L / MONO, R) jack
  • Sustain pedal input
  • EXT input: Stereo 3.5 mm jack
  • standar MIDI (IN, OUT)
  • Comes with free iPad editor app for sound editing
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1215 x 366 x 124 mm and a Weight of 9.9 kg

And below a video of the Roland VR 730

Clavia Nord Electro 6 vs Kawai MP 11

The digital piano Clavia Nord Electro 6 is usually about 50 € cheaper than Kawai MP 11.

Let’s put the features of each of these pianos in 2 different columns to make it easier to see the differences

Clavia Nord Electro 6

Kawai MP 11

  • 73 Keys with Nord Hammer Action Portable
  • Advanced Splitting and layering
  • Piano with Synth functions
  • 6 Split points with LED display
  • 1 GB Memory for Nord Piano Library
  • 512 MB Memory for Nord Sample Library
  • North C2D B3 Tone Wheel simulation
  • Principal Pipe Organ model
  • B3 Tone Wheel bass
  • Transposer
  • Leslie 122 Simulation of the North C2D
  • Extended polyphony, enought to play everything
  • Program selection with set-list function
  • Organise mode for rearranging programs and samples
  • Seamless transitions function. Professional transitions
  • Quick access to two-manual setups with the dual-organ mode
  • 9 LED pull bar
  • Holder for optionally available Half-Moon switch from Nord
  • All effects are in stereo
  • Tube Overdrive simulation
  • Vibe effect
  • reverb and delay effects separated
  • 2x Line-Out jack (L/R)
  • Monitor input mini stereo jack
  • Headphone output
  • Input for control and sustain pedal (not included)
  • Input for Rotary Speaker Pedal
  • MIDI In/Out
  • USB to Host
  • Dimensions: 1074 x 344 x 121 mm
  • A good weight of: 11,4 kg
  • 88-Responsive Hammer Action wooden keys, 3-sensor pressure point simulation and IvoryTouch keys
  • Shigeru Kawai SK-EX and SK-5 grand piano sounds
  • 40 Sounds with Harmonic Imaging XL technology and 88-key sampling
  • 208 Setup memory slots
  • 256-Voice polyphony
  • Amp Simulator and DSP effects
  • Recording functions in different formats MIDI, MP3, WAV
  • Playback with loop function
  • 6.3 mm Jacks line output(L/Mono, R or 2x Mono)
  • 128 X 64 Pixel LCD display with backlight
  • Metronome
  • USB to host
  • USB port
  • Sustain pedal GFP-30
  • XLR Canon Outputs
  • Footswitch Pedal input (assignable)
  • Expression Pedal input (assignable)
  • Standar MIDI in/out/thru
  • Pitch Bend and Modulation wheels
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1380 x 452 x 190 mm and a Weight of 34 kg
  • Weight: 34 kg

And below a video of the Kawai MP 11

If you want to know more about this model do not miss our Kawai MP 11 review

Where to buy Clavia Nord Electro 6

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