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Digital Piano Studiologic Numa Concert Full Review. Is it a good choice?

Digital Piano Studiologic Numa Concert Full Review. Is it a good choice?

Studiologic is a manufacturer of digital musical instruments such as pianos, synthesizers, home organs, and more. Let’s check this very interesting keyboard from the Studiologic brand:

  • With 88 Keys with Wood special 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.)
  • Sound generation: Stereo multi-sample DSP (Digital Signal Processing (DSP) effects. These are digital effects that modify the sound of the keyboard.) with true sound technology
  • 128 Voice polyphony (Number of notes that can sound at once. This includes songs that sound at once. So if you play over an accompaniment sound, more notes will accumulate.)
  • 12 profesional piano Sounds (Different sounds of piano and other instruments)
  • Effect processor: 3x reverb (Reverberation effect which is a reflection effect of the sound)
  • chorus (Effect of touching in places similar to a church or cathedral)
  • Flanger
  • Rotary
  • Tremolo
  • Equipment: 2 Zones for Split (Split the keyboard into two different instruments)/ layer
  • 2 Zones Split function
  • 2 Zones layering function
  • 4x Velocity-sensitive presets
  • 1x User velocity-sensitive
  • 50x Preset storages
  • pitch bend (Functionality that changes the sound wave of what you play and then returns to its original state) and Modulation wheel
  • Modulation wheel
  • Sound module control
  • Effect processors control
  • Output and EQ
  • Line Audio output: 2x Audio out (L/R) and 1x Stereo mini-jack 3.5 mm input
  • 6.3 mm Jack
  • 2x Headphone-outputs for Duet mode (Duet mode allows you to divide the keyboard into two pianos to play four hands or the teacher and student on the same keyboard.)
  • USB port
  • Standard 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/ thru
  • 2x 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.) (sustain/ expression), (VFP 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.) included)
  • Dimensions: 1300 x 310 x 130 mm and a weight of 20.1 kg
  • Music sheet holder included and music stand

Digital Piano Studiologic Numa Concert Full Review. Is it a good choice?

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 Studiologic Numa Concert and you can hear the different sounds of this piano.

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Now let’s compare the Studiologic Numa Concert 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.

Studiologic Numa Concert vs Crumar Seven

The digital piano Studiologic Numa Concert is usually about 400 € cheaper than Crumar Seven.

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

Studiologic Numa Concert

Crumar Seven

  • With 88 Keys with Wood special hammer action
  • Sound generation: Stereo multi-sample DSP with true sound technology
  • 128 Voice polyphony
  • 12 professional piano sounds
  • Effect processor: 3x Reverb
  • Chorus
  • Flanger
  • Rotary
  • Tremolo
  • Equipment: 2 Zones for split/ layer
  • 2 Zones Split function
  • 2 Zones layering function
  • 4x Velocity-sensitive presets
  • 1x User velocity-sensitive
  • 50x Preset storages
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheel
  • Modulation wheel
  • Sound module control
  • Effect processors control
  • Output and EQ
  • Line Audio output: 2x Audio out (L/R) and 1x Stereo mini-jack 3.5 mm input
  • 6.3 mm Jack
  • 2x Headphone-outputs for duet mode
  • USB port
  • Standard MIDI in/ out/ thru
  • 2x Pedal (sustain/ expression), (VFP 1 Sustain pedal included)
  • Dimensions: 1300 x 310 x 130 mm and a weight of 20.1 kg
  • Music sheet holder included and music stand
  • 73-Key scaled hammer action mechanism
  • 9 piano sounds
  • 2 Effect slots
  • AMP simulation
  • Built-in hall
  • Semi-parametric EQ
  • Built into a solid wood case with handle
  • Internal WiFi hot spot for web app editor
  • 32 presets: 8 factory + 24 user songs
  • Illuminated RGB encoder
  • Connections: Sustain and expression pedal inputs, MIDI OUT and USB-MIDI, 2 x 6.3 mm jack outputs, headphone output 6.3mm jack stereo
  • Transposer
  • Metronome
  • USB to host
  • Standard MIDI IN/OUT
  • Sustain pedal input
  • Internal power supply
  • 2 x 6.3 mm jack outputs
  • 1 Headphone output1
  • Dimensions (with lid): 1106 x 447 x 190 mm and weight of the piano: 15 k (23,5 kg with legs)
  • Incl. metal legs with carrying bag

And below a video of the Crumar Seven

If you want to know more about this model do not miss our Crumar Seven review

Studiologic Numa Concert vs Yamaha P515

The digital piano Studiologic Numa Concert is usually about 30 € more expensive than Yamaha P515, but with so little price difference this can vary.

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

Studiologic Numa Concert

Yamaha P515

  • With 88 Keys with Wood special hammer action
  • Sound generation: Stereo multi-sample DSP with true sound technology
  • 128 Voice polyphony
  • 12 professional piano sounds
  • Effect processor: 3x Reverb
  • Chorus
  • Flanger
  • Rotary
  • Tremolo
  • Equipment: 2 Zones for split/ layer
  • 2 Zones Split function
  • 2 Zones layering function
  • 4x Velocity-sensitive presets
  • 1x User velocity-sensitive
  • 50x Preset storages
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheel
  • Modulation wheel
  • Sound module control
  • Effect processors control
  • Output and EQ
  • Line Audio output: 2x Audio out (L/R) and 1x Stereo mini-jack 3.5 mm input
  • 6.3 mm Jack
  • 2x Headphone-outputs for duet mode
  • USB port
  • Standard MIDI in/ out/ thru
  • 2x Pedal (sustain/ expression), (VFP 1 Sustain pedal included)
  • Dimensions: 1300 x 310 x 130 mm and a weight of 20.1 kg
  • Music sheet holder included and music stand
  • 88 hammer action Keys NWX (Natural Wood X) Wood keys with escapement simulation
  • Yamaha CFX Binaural Sampling
  • Smooth release
  • Key-off samples
  • 256-voice polyphony
  • 40 Sounds
  • Dual, Four hands mode, and Split Voice Mode
  • Reverb function
  • Brilliance
  • Chorus function
  • 71 preset songs
  • HUge recording function)
  • Internal flash memory about 1.4 MB
  • Metronome
  • LCD display
  • Transposer
  • Bluetooth
  • USB MIDI
  • USB to Device
  • 2 Headphone connections for duet mode
  • Standard Midi (In / Out)
  • Audion line In (Stereo Mini)
  • Audio line out (L / L + R, R)
  • Two powerful Loud-speakers: 15W + 5W
  • Acoustic Optimiser
  • Intelligent Acoustic Control (IAC)
  • Dimensions: W x D x H: 1336 x 376 x 145 mm and a weight of 22kg
  • Includes power supply (PA-300C) and music sheet holder

And below a video of the Yamaha P515

Studiologic Numa Concert vs Clavia Nord Electro 6D 61

The digital piano Studiologic Numa Concert is usually about 100 € cheaper than Clavia Nord Electro 6D 61.

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

Studiologic Numa Concert

Clavia Nord Electro 6D 61

  • With 88 Keys with Wood special hammer action
  • Sound generation: Stereo multi-sample DSP with true sound technology
  • 128 Voice polyphony
  • 12 professional piano sounds
  • Effect processor: 3x Reverb
  • Chorus
  • Flanger
  • Rotary
  • Tremolo
  • Equipment: 2 Zones for split/ layer
  • 2 Zones Split function
  • 2 Zones layering function
  • 4x Velocity-sensitive presets
  • 1x User velocity-sensitive
  • 50x Preset storages
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheel
  • Modulation wheel
  • Sound module control
  • Effect processors control
  • Output and EQ
  • Line Audio output: 2x Audio out (L/R) and 1x Stereo mini-jack 3.5 mm input
  • 6.3 mm Jack
  • 2x Headphone-outputs for duet mode
  • USB port
  • Standard MIDI in/ out/ thru
  • 2x Pedal (sustain/ expression), (VFP 1 Sustain pedal included)
  • Dimensions: 1300 x 310 x 130 mm and a weight of 20.1 kg
  • Music sheet holder included and music stand
  • 61 Semi-weighted Hammer Action waterfall keys
  • 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
  • Nord C2D B3 tone wheel simulation
  • Principal pipe organ model
  • B3 tone wheel bass
  • Transposer
  • Leslie 122 simulation of the Nord C2D
  • Extended polyphony, enough to play everything
  • Program selection with setlist function
  • Organize mode for rearranging programs and samples
  • Seamless transitions function
  • The new dual-organ mode that allows quick access to two-manual setups
  • 9 Physical drawbars
  • Holder for the optional Half-Moon switch from Nord
  • All effects 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
  • Input for rotary speaker pedal
  • MIDI in/out
  • USB to Host
  • Dimensions: 900 x 296 x 97 mm
  • A good weight of 8,1 kg

And below a video of the Clavia Nord Electro 6D 61

If you want to know more about this model do not miss our Clavia Nord Electro 6D 61 review

Studiologic Numa Concert vs Kurzweil Artis 7

The digital piano Studiologic Numa Concert is usually about 20 € more expensive than Kurzweil Artis 7, but with so little price difference this can vary.

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

Studiologic Numa Concert

Kurzweil Artis 7

  • With 88 Keys with Wood special hammer action
  • Sound generation: Stereo multi-sample DSP with true sound technology
  • 128 Voice polyphony
  • 12 professional piano sounds
  • Effect processor: 3x Reverb
  • Chorus
  • Flanger
  • Rotary
  • Tremolo
  • Equipment: 2 Zones for split/ layer
  • 2 Zones Split function
  • 2 Zones layering function
  • 4x Velocity-sensitive presets
  • 1x User velocity-sensitive
  • 50x Preset storages
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheel
  • Modulation wheel
  • Sound module control
  • Effect processors control
  • Output and EQ
  • Line Audio output: 2x Audio out (L/R) and 1x Stereo mini-jack 3.5 mm input
  • 6.3 mm Jack
  • 2x Headphone-outputs for duet mode
  • USB port
  • Standard MIDI in/ out/ thru
  • 2x Pedal (sustain/ expression), (VFP 1 Sustain pedal included)
  • Dimensions: 1300 x 310 x 130 mm and a weight of 20.1 kg
  • Music sheet holder included and music stand
  • 76 half-Weighted keys
  • 128-Voice polyphony
  • 256 Sounds
  • 256 MB Sound with high quality
  • Split with 4 zones
  • Layering
  • 16 Effects as reverb, chorus, …
  • Controller: 9 Sliders with 9 buttons
  • Master EQ
  • Pitch bend and modulations wheel
  • LCD Display
  • Connectors: jack line-out, stereo headphone output, stereo line-input 3.5 mm mini-jack, USB, 2x switch-pedals, 1x expression-pedal, MIDI I/O
  • Stereo headphone output and stereo line-input 3.5 mm mini-Jack
  • USB
  • Standard MIDI I/O
  • 2x switch-pedals
  • 1x sustain pedal
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1077 x 360 x 124 mm and a weight of 12.6 kg
  • Sustain pedal included

And below a video of the Kurzweil Artis 7

If you want to know more about this model do not miss our Kurzweil Artis 7 review

Where to buy Studiologic Numa Concert

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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