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Digital Piano Dexibell Vivo Stage S9 Full Review. Is it a good choice?

Digital Piano Dexibell Vivo Stage S9 Full Review. Is it a good choice?

Dexibell is an Italian brand that little by little is filling the market with its models of digital keyboards. Now we will review the Dexibell Vivo Stage S9, a keyboard not very well known but with great possibilities, which has an approximate price of € 2,219 and the following characteristics:

  • 88-weighted Hammer Action (The weight of the keys on an acoustic piano that digital pianos try to imitate to match the touch of a real acoustic piano. The keys in the high register are heavier and in the high register less. This is a different concept of sensitivity on the keyboard that serves to regulate the volume of the note. But a hammer action keyboard always has sensitivity on the keys.) mechanics buttons (TP-400 W)
  • Ivory feel-surface
  • Tri-Sensors per key
  • 85 Sounds (Different sounds of piano and other instruments)
  • Registration memory locations: 81
  • User unlimited on USB Mem.
  • 3 pedal (The most important pedal of a piano or keyboard is the sustain pedal and is used to keep the note playing even if you stop pressing the key.) connections and 1 sustain pedal (The most important pedal of a piano or keyboard is the sustain pedal and is used to keep the note playing even if you stop pressing the key.) connection
  • 7 Knobs
  • Bluetooth audio streaming
  • Stereo outputs
  • Stereo Audio In
  • Usb to Host (It’s a more modern MIDI connector. MIDI allows you to do such wonderful things as connect the keyboard to the computer, record a soundtrack and with certain programs pass with a single click what you have played to musical notes in a score. MIDI tracks store note information)
  • USB to Device
  • Standar midi (MIDI allows you to do such wonderful things as connect the keyboard to the computer, record a soundtrack and with certain programs pass with a click what you have played to musical notes in a score. MIDI tracks store information from musical notes) In, Out
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1270 x 354 x 130 mm and a Weight of 20 kg

Now that we’ve listed and described the features of this digital piano there’s no better than taking a look at the following video where they tell us more about the Dexibell Vivo Stage S9 and you can hear the different sounds of this piano.

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Now let’s compare the Dexibell Vivo Stage S9 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.

Dexibell Vivo Stage S9 vs Kurzweil Forte 8

The digital piano Dexibell Vivo Stage S9 is usually about 190 € more expensive than Kurzweil Forte 8.

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

Dexibell Vivo Stage S9

Kurzweil Forte 8

  • 88-weighted hammer action mechanics buttons (TP-400 W)
  • Ivory feel-surface
  • Tri-Sensors per key
  • 85 Sounds
  • Registration memory locations: 81
  • User unlimited on USB Mem.
  • 3 Pedal connections and 1 sustain pedal connection
  • 7 Knobs
  • Bluetooth audio streaming
  • Stereo outputs
  • Stereo Audio In
  • USB to host
  • USB to Device
  • Standard MIDI In, Out
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1270 x 354 x 130 mm and a weight of 20 kg
  • 88 Weighted keys and Velocity sensitive
  • Velocity-sensitive
  • 128 Voice polyphony
  • 322 sounds
  • 16-Part multi timbral
  • 16GB Flash Play
  • 3.3 GB of memory for user samples and loops
  • Split with 16 zones
  • Layering
  • 186 Multi-Presets
  • 3072 User presets
  • 3-Band EQ
  • Master compressor
  • 32 Effects like reverb, delay, chorus
  • Pitch bend and modulations wheel
  • 9 Faders
  • Switch for variation, tap tempo, and transpose
  • 9 Assignable switches
  • Standard MIDI IN/OUT
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 1385 x 140 x 395 mm and a weight of 22.5 kg
  • 1x sustain pedal
  • Sustain pedal included

We find a pair of good keyboards, which have excellent features. The Dexibell excels in its ivory-touch, triple-contact keyboard, as well as its unlimited polyphony, where the Kurzweil has a good keyboard and 128-voice polyphony. And the Kurzweil has an advantage in 3.3 Gb of memory for user samples, where you can have a large number of different sounds. Then it will depend on your needs to make the best decision.

And below a video of the Kurzweil Forte 8

If you want to know more about this model do not miss our Kurzweil Forte 8 review

Dexibell Vivo Stage S9 vs Clavia Nord Stage 3 HP76

The digital piano Dexibell Vivo Stage S9 is usually about 210 € cheaper than Clavia Nord Stage 3 HP76.

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

Dexibell Vivo Stage S9

Clavia Nord Stage 3 HP76

  • 88-weighted hammer action mechanics buttons (TP-400 W)
  • Ivory feel-surface
  • Tri-Sensors per key
  • 85 Sounds
  • Registration memory locations: 81
  • User unlimited on USB Mem.
  • 3 Pedal connections and 1 sustain pedal connection
  • 7 Knobs
  • Bluetooth audio streaming
  • Stereo outputs
  • Stereo Audio In
  • USB to host
  • USB to Device
  • Standard MIDI In, Out
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1270 x 354 x 130 mm and a weight of 20 kg
  • 76 Keys with Weighted Hammer Action system
  • 2 GB of memory
  • 120-voice polyphony
  • Creative Piano Filters
  • Seamless transitions for inaudible program changes
  • Song mode for a set-list functionality
  • Comprehensive piano section
  • String Resonance (Gen 2), Pedal Noise and Long-Release Option
  • Powerful synth section provides subtractive, FM, and wavetable synthesis
  • Arpeggiator, Unison mode and Master Clock
  • True to original B3, Vox / Farfisa, and Principal Pipe organ simulations
  • Vintage 122 Leslie simulation
  • Extended effect section
  • OLED display for program and synth section
  • 4 Assignable audio outputs: 1/4″ jack, unbalanced
  • Stereo headphone output: 1/4″ stereo jack
  • 1 Monitor input: 3.5mm stereo jack
  • Sustain pedal jack – Sustain input compatible with Nord Triple Pedal (sold separately). Sustain pedal included
  • Rotor pedal 6.35 mm connection
  • Organ sill pedal TRS stereo jack
  • Control pedal TRS stereo jack
  • Program change pedal input jack
  • Standard MIDI in/out
  • USB to HOST Type B
  • Power cable with ICC c14 plug
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1122 x 347 x 127 mm and a weight of 12.5 kg
  • Includes dust cover, power cord, Nord Samples and piano DVDs, USB cable

We find a pair of good keyboards, which have excellent features. The Dexibell excels in its ivory-touch, triple-touch keyboard, as well as its unlimited polyphony, where the Clavia Nord has a good keyboard and 120-voice polyphony. And the Kurzweil has an advantage in the 2 GB of memory for user samples, where you can have a lot of different sounds, in addition to all the other functions it has. Then it will depend on your needs to make the best decision.

And below a video of the Clavia Nord Stage 3 HP76

If you want to know more about this model do not miss our Clavia Nord Stage 3 HP76 review

Dexibell Vivo Stage S9 vs Clavia Nord Stage 3 compact

The digital piano Dexibell Vivo Stage S9 is usually about 90 € more expensive than Clavia Nord Stage 3 compact.

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

Dexibell Vivo Stage S9

Clavia Nord Stage 3 compact

  • 88-weighted hammer action mechanics buttons (TP-400 W)
  • Ivory feel-surface
  • Tri-Sensors per key
  • 85 Sounds
  • Registration memory locations: 81
  • User unlimited on USB Mem.
  • 3 Pedal connections and 1 sustain pedal connection
  • 7 Knobs
  • Bluetooth audio streaming
  • Stereo outputs
  • Stereo Audio In
  • USB to host
  • USB to Device
  • Standard MIDI In, Out
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1270 x 354 x 130 mm and a weight of 20 kg
  • 73 Half-Weighted Hammer Action keys
  • 2 GB of memory
  • 120-Voice polyphony
  • Creative Piano Filters
  • Continuous transitions for inaudible program changes
  • Song mode for a set-list functionality
  • Comprehensive piano section
  • String Resonance (Gen 2), Pedal Noise and Long-Release Option
  • Powerful synth section provides subtractive, FM, and wavetable synthesis, arpeggiator, unison mode, and master clock
  • True to original B3, Vox / Farfisa, and Principal Pipe organ simulations
  • Vintage 122 Leslie simulation
  • Extended effect section
  • OLED display for program and synth section
  • 4 Assignable audio outputs: 1/4″ jack, unbalanced
  • Stereo headphone output: 1/4″ stereo jack
  • 1 Monitor input mini-jack
  • Sustain pedal jack – Sustain input compatible with Nord Triple Pedal (sold separately). Sustain pedal not included
  • Rotor pedal Jack
  • Organ sill pedal TRS stereo jack
  • Control pedal TRS stereo jack
  • Program change pedal input jack
  • Standard MIDI in/out
  • USB to HOST Type B
  • Power cable with ICC c14 plug
  • Dimensions 1070 x 302 x 104 mm and weight of 10 kg
  • Includes power cord, USB cable

We find a pair of good keyboards, which have excellent features. The Dexibell excels in its ivory-touch, triple-touch keyboard, as well as its unlimited polyphony, where the Clavia Nord has a good keyboard and 120-voice polyphony. And the Kurzweil has an advantage in the 2 GB of memory for user samples, where you can have a lot of different sounds, in addition to all the other functions it has. Then it will depend on your needs to make the best decision.

And below a video of the Clavia Nord Stage 3 compact

If you want to know more about this model do not miss our Clavia Nord Stage 3 compact review

Where to buy Dexibell Vivo Stage S9

 

Amazon

  • Free Shipping and the possibility of shipping in one day with Amazon Premium.
  • Full Guarantee but they are no experts in music equipment.
  • Sometimes a better price.
  • He’s got worse stock than Thomann.

Thomann

  • Free Shipping.
  • Full warranty. If you have any problems, they take care of everything.
  • 100% reliable payment.
  • A leader in trouble-free shipping.
  • Usually the Best price.
  • Best Reputation: They are the leading online store in Europe and have the best catalogue and information.
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