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Digital Piano Viscount Physis Piano K5 EX Full Review. Is it a good choice?

Digital Piano Viscount Physis Piano K5 EX Full Review. Is it a good choice?

  • 76 Weighted keys with 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.)
  • 192 Sounds (Different sounds of piano and other instruments)
  • 128 voice poliphony
  • 9 Freely assignable sliders
  • 9 Endless knobs
  • 9 Buttons
  • 4 Controller banks
  • 8 Split (Split the keyboard into two different instruments) zones and layering function
  • Colour screen
  • Includes built-in Physis-Piano EX Soundboard with all physical modeling sounds from the Physis Piano H1
  • Connections: 2 x 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) input
  • Eight MIDI output
  • USB-to-Device
  • 4 USB ports
  • pitch bend (Functionality that changes the sound wave of what you play and then returns to its original state) and modulation wheel
  • Eight 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
  • Jack Headphone output
  • Jack L / R audio output
  • Sustain pedal included
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1120 x 355 x 134 mm and a weight of 14.8 kg
  • Made in Italy

Digital Piano Viscount Physis Piano K5 EX Full Review. Is it a good choice?

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Now let’s compare the Viscount Physis Piano K5 EX 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.

Viscount Physis Piano K5 EX vs Roland FP 60

The digital piano Viscount Physis Piano K5 EX is usually about 100 € cheaper than Roland FP 60.

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

Viscount Physis Piano K5 EX

Roland FP 60

  • 76 Weighted keys with hammer action
  • 192 sounds
  • 128 voice poliphony
  • 9 Freely assignable sliders
  • 9 Endless knobs
  • 9 Buttons
  • 4 Controller banks
  • 8 Split zones and layering function
  • Colour screen
  • Includes built-in Physis-Piano EX Soundboard with all physical modeling sounds from the Physis Piano H1
  • Connections: 2 x MIDI input
  • Eight MIDI output
  • USB-to-Device
  • 4 USB ports
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheel
  • Eight Pedal connections
  • Jack Headphone output
  • Jack L / R audio output
  • Sustain pedal included
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1120 x 355 x 134 mm and a weight of 14.8 kg
  • Made in Italy
  • 88 Key with hammer action and ivory feel
  • 15 Piano sounds
  • 288 voice polyphony
  • Metronome
  • Transposer
  • User memories (30 registrations, switchable with pedal)
  • Split mode adjustable
  • Dual mode
  • Effects: Ambience, 3-band equalizer
  • Effects for organ sounds: Rotary speaker effect
  • Effects for e-piano sounds: Modulation speed
  • Play data: SMF (format 0.1)
  • Audio formats that Works here: WAV 44.1 kHz, 16-bit linear, MP3, 44.1 kHz, 64 kbps – 320 kbps (requires USB flash memory)
  • MIDI recording function
  • LCD Display
  • 8 Speakers x 12 cm
  • Piano designer for special piano sounds
  • Includes music holder
  • Sustain Pedal input and others (damper/r, sostenuto/c 1, soft/l 1)
  • Audio in
  • Output (l/mono, r)
  • USB to HOST
  • USB Port
  • 2 Headphone jacks for duet mode
  • Bluetooth 4.0 MIDI
  • Sustain pedal included
  • Dimensions including music rest (W x D x H): 1291 x 344 x 125 mm and a weight 19 kg

And below a video of the Roland FP 60

If you want to know more about this model do not miss our Roland FP 60 review

Viscount Physis Piano K5 EX vs Yamaha YDP 164

The digital piano Viscount Physis Piano K5 EX is usually about 45 € more expensive than Yamaha YDP 164, 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

Viscount Physis Piano K5 EX

Yamaha YDP 164

  • 76 Weighted keys with hammer action
  • 192 sounds
  • 128 voice poliphony
  • 9 Freely assignable sliders
  • 9 Endless knobs
  • 9 Buttons
  • 4 Controller banks
  • 8 Split zones and layering function
  • Colour screen
  • Includes built-in Physis-Piano EX Soundboard with all physical modeling sounds from the Physis Piano H1
  • Connections: 2 x MIDI input
  • Eight MIDI output
  • USB-to-Device
  • 4 USB ports
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheel
  • Eight Pedal connections
  • Jack Headphone output
  • Jack L / R audio output
  • Sustain pedal included
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1120 x 355 x 134 mm and a weight of 14.8 kg
  • Made in Italy
  • Hammer Action (GH3) keyboard with 88 weighted keys
  • Synthetic ivory imitation surface
  • Yamaha CFX Piano sound
  • Intelligent Acoustic Control and Acoustic Optimizer to get a better real piano experience
  • Stereophonic optimizer
  • 192-Voice polyphony
  • 10 Sounds
  • 4 Reverb variations
  • Dual function and Four hands modee
  • Metronome
  • Recording function
  • 10 Demo songs and 50 piano songs
  • Triple pedal
  • Keyboard antidust cover
  • USB to host
  • 2 Headphone outputss
  • Speakers: 2x 20 W
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 1357 x 849 x 422 mm and a weight of 42 kg

And below a video of the Yamaha YDP 164

Viscount Physis Piano K5 EX vs Korg G1 Air

The digital piano Viscount Physis Piano K5 EX is usually about 50 € more expensive than Korg G1 Air.

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

Viscount Physis Piano K5 EX

Korg G1 Air

  • 76 Weighted keys with hammer action
  • 192 sounds
  • 128 voice poliphony
  • 9 Freely assignable sliders
  • 9 Endless knobs
  • 9 Buttons
  • 4 Controller banks
  • 8 Split zones and layering function
  • Colour screen
  • Includes built-in Physis-Piano EX Soundboard with all physical modeling sounds from the Physis Piano H1
  • Connections: 2 x MIDI input
  • Eight MIDI output
  • USB-to-Device
  • 4 USB ports
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheel
  • Eight Pedal connections
  • Jack Headphone output
  • Jack L / R audio output
  • Sustain pedal included
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1120 x 355 x 134 mm and a weight of 14.8 kg
  • Made in Italy
  • 88 RH3 Weighted Hammer Action Keyboard
  • 29 Sounds + 3 bass sounds
  • 120-Voice polyphonic
  • 50 Demo Songs
  • Damper resonance
  • String resonance
  • Key-off simulation
  • Transposer
  • Brilliance
  • Reverb and chorus effects
  • Metronome
  • Recording function
  • triple Pedals
  • Line out
  • standar MIDI IN/OUT
  • USB port
  • 2 Headphone connections for duet mode
  • Pedal input
  • Bluetooth (A2DP Sink)
  • Two powerfull speakers of 20 W + 20 W
  • Dimensions with open keyboard cover (L x W x H): 1346 x 384 x 985 mm and a Weight with stand of 41 kg
  • Including power supplier

And below a video of the Korg G1 Air

If you want to know more about this model do not miss our Korg G1 Air review

Viscount Physis Piano K5 EX vs Korg Havian 30

The digital piano Viscount Physis Piano K5 EX is usually about 21 € more expensive than Korg Havian 30, 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

Viscount Physis Piano K5 EX

Korg Havian 30

  • 76 Weighted keys with hammer action
  • 192 sounds
  • 128 voice poliphony
  • 9 Freely assignable sliders
  • 9 Endless knobs
  • 9 Buttons
  • 4 Controller banks
  • 8 Split zones and layering function
  • Colour screen
  • Includes built-in Physis-Piano EX Soundboard with all physical modeling sounds from the Physis Piano H1
  • Connections: 2 x MIDI input
  • Eight MIDI output
  • USB-to-Device
  • 4 USB ports
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheel
  • Eight Pedal connections
  • Jack Headphone output
  • Jack L / R audio output
  • Sustain pedal included
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1120 x 355 x 134 mm and a weight of 14.8 kg
  • Made in Italy
  • 88-Weighted Responsive Hammer
  • 950 sounds
  • 256 user sounds
  • 420 preset styles
  • 128 drumkits
  • 128-Voice polyphony
  • 125 Effects types
  • Equalizer
  • Transposer and Split function
  • Metronome
  • Sequencer
  • Color screen
  • joystick control
  • Up 1040 styles available
  • Recording function
  • USB-MIDI, USB to host and line/headphones
  • Sustain pedal included
  • Speaker system: 2x 25 W
  • Music rest and power supply included
  • Dimensions 1312 × 389 × 146mm and a weight of 15,1Kg

And below a video of the Korg Havian 30

If you want to know more about this model do not miss our Korg Havian 30 review

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