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Kurzweil SP4-7 76 Key Digital Stage Piano

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Product Description

Kurzweil's SP4-7 is the modern successor to their best selling SP76, which famously combined world-class Kurzweil sound quality with previously unheard of affordability and portability. The updated SP4-7 makes available to more players than ever the same sound set featured in Kurzweil's hugely successful PC3 line of professional keyboards, in an instrument that is slim, lightweight and extremely easy to use.

Kurzweil SP4-7 Digital Stage Piano Features

  • Create splits and layers with the touch of a button (up to 4 zones)
  • 128 hand-picked programs taken directly from Kurzweil's acclaimed PC3 line
  • Famous Triple Strike Grand Piano, classic electric pianos and lush strings and orchestral instruments
  • KB3 organ sounds, with all KB3 parameters accessible via external MIDI control
  • Flawless concert hall reverbs and crisp delays, powerful distortion and amp simulation effects
Good Things Come In Small Packages 
Kurzweil realizes that many musicians have the need for a keyboard instrument that is both compact and lightweight. The SP4-7's enclosure is slender, elegant and easy to lift; once set up it leaves the smallest possible footprint, which means that you, not your keyboard, will be in the spotlight.

Up And Running In Record Time
With a user interface that's intelligently designed to make things as easy for you as possible, the SP4-7 provides the features that are most important, right where you'd want them. Create splits and layers with the touch of a button (up to 4 zones); select presets and setups from easy to access category and program buttons; quickly adjust effects parameters; everything is laid out so that you can be up and running and making music right out of the box.

No Compromises
While the SP4-7 is the most affordable keyboard that we currently offer, no compromises were made, no corners were cut, when it comes to its sounds. Featuring 128 hand-picked programs taken directly from Kurzweil's acclaimed PC3 line, the SP4-7 delivers the best of the best in every category of sound, with their famous Triple Strike Grand Piano, classic electric pianos and lush strings and orchestral instruments, along with top notch basses, guitars, winds, brass, percussion and drums. Kurzweil has even included some of their signature KB3 organs, with all KB3 parameters accessible via external MIDI control. Furthering the sonic pallet, the SP4 can also load programs created on our PC3 and PC3LE series keyboards*; additional sounds will also be available for download on Kurzweil's website. Its 16-part multitimbral architecture makes the SP4-7 a powerful tool for writing and recording music in conjunction with an external sequencer or Desktop Audio Workstation.
(*within the limits of the SP4's DSP resources)

Icing On The Cake
In addition to utilizing programs from the PC3, the SP4-7 also features dozens of the PC3's professional quality effect chains. Everything from flawless concert hall reverbs and crisp delays to powerful distortion and amp simulation effects add another layer of depth and realism that can only be found in a Kurzweil. The most relevant effects parameters have been mapped to the SP's Timbre knob, so you can customize your sound without having to dive into menus or manuals.

Product Specifications
Kurzweil SP4-7 Digital Stage Piano Specifications
  • Keyboard: 76-note, semi-weighted action with velocity sensitive adjustable keys
  • Display: 16 character LCD w/ front-panel contrast adjust
  • Polyphony: 64 Voice Polyphony, dynamically allocated
  • Multitimbral: 16 parts (one per MIDI channel)
  • Quick Split/Layer: Easy access with adjustable relative volume (up to 4 zones)
  • Factory Presets: 128 (taken from the acclaimed PC3 sound set, including select KB3 organs and KVA synths)
  • User Presets: 64
  • Factory MIDI Setups: 64
  • User MIDI Setups: 64 (with 4 programmable zones for splits and layers)
  • Effects: Dozens of complex effect chains taken from the PC3, with everything from concert hall reverbs to amplifier simulations and rotary effects
  • Controllers: Pitch wheel, modulation wheel, 1 front panel knob, 1 stereo switch-pedal input (supports two pedals with Y connector), 1 continuous control pedal input
  • Analog Outputs: Two 1/4 inch balanced TRS analog (24-bit DACs)
  • Headphones: 1 rear panel 1/4 inch headphone output
  • MIDI: In, Out
  • USB: Complete MIDI functionality over USB
  • User program/setup file transfer to/from PC/Mac
  • Operating System updates from PC/Mac
  • FREE OS Updates: OS updates over USB
  • FREE Sounds: The SP4 can also load programs created on our PC3 and PC3LE series keyboards (*within the limits of the SP4's DSP resources). Additional sounds will also be available for download on our website (loaded over USB)
  • Dimensions(HxDxL): 3.4 x 11.4 x 43.6 inches (8.6 x 28.9 x 110.8 cm)
  • Weight: 24 lb. (11 kg)
  • Power: External 15VDC 1.0A power supply


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Phone:  310-637-2000 Warranty:  1 Year
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What is your overall opinion of this product?
I was skeptical about getting this keyboard, because I didn't think it would compete against the motif/mo series or krome/kronos. Let me just say that for being just under $1000, it definitely holds it own. But... you must do the update - which a lot of people don't know about. If you connect via usb to your computer, Kurzweil has updated the OS as well as the sounds. Then they give you additional sounds to add to it. It is definitely a night and day difference than the out of the box sounds. Some of the sounds are NYC Jazz Piano (one of my favs), Stevie Rhodes, as well as others. The organ is what blew me away on this though. I had the mox which did good, but no way to control the drawbars. I thought the same with this board, not so! There's a control bank to control the tones of the organ sounds. The next thing I loved about it, I was trying to control the leslie from the modulation control, to no avail. So I was like hmmm.. The modulation put overdrive on the organ sound. Then I discovered when I hit the sustain pedal, this controlled the leslie. Nice! I am definitely sold on this. Can't believe it doesn't cost more.
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