This instrument is designed for the expert and the less than skilled. It is an 88 key digital piano loaded with 256 sounds. For starters, the MP6 offers USB connection capabilities to not only connect to a computer, but also for playback and saving it to other devices. This comes in handy when you want these functionalities to record and listen to the organ simulator that comes included with the instrument. Loaded with both the MP5’s piano sound set and an original piano sound, plus half dampering, the MP6 is ready for a wide range of music.
The Kawai MP6 weights 47.4 lbs, which is roughly the average for all Stage Digital Piano Digital Pianos and Keyboards. There are plenty of acoustic and electric piano patches on the Kawai MP 6 and all of them do sound very good. You can also hook it up through MIDI in/out. At first glance of the specs and the piano sounds of the Kawai MP 6 you will want to have it. It too is graded with let-off simulation, and while the keys are plastic instead of wood, the tops have the same texture as the MP10’s keys.
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- Press the [SYSTEM] button.
- Then press the MENU ∨ button until “Reset All”appears on the display.
- Press the VALUE ∧ button
- When the display ask you “Are You Sure?”, press the VALUE ∧ button again.
Warning! This function performs a global reset of all 256 SOUNDs, all 256 SETUPs and SYSTEM settings back to the original factory default settings. Do not use this function unless you are certain that you want to do this. Hopefully the article of “Resetting Kawai MP6 Professional Stage Piano” can help you.
Reference: Kawai MP6 manual