The Williams Allegro 88 key is another revolutionary model manufactured by the well known brand Williams. With a background of making beautiful grand pianos and symphony pianos, the Williams Company has released one of the best digital pianos on the market the Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano. It comes in one color, black, and the look of its overall design leaves much to be desired, other than its infused ‘W’ and ‘M’ logo, which I thought was pretty cool. One of the main reasons people choose the Williams Allegro model is for its versatility. This digital keyboard is mainly used as a practice/travel piano for more serious artists, but can also be a great transition tool for younger pianists.
According to several user reviews, they have praised Williams Allegro for the light weighted digital piano keys mimic perfectly the hammer-action of a real piano, and the sound is equally amazing you can test it out in headphones; The Organ and string setting, both of these provides sound equally realistic and about as close to an acoustic piano; Features like USB MIDI port also lets you play different sorts of music in it.
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To restoring Williams Allegro to it’s factory settings, just simply power ON while simultaneously holding the [REVERB] and [CHORUS] buttons.
Warning! This operations will clear all battery backed memory and restore all functions to factory defaults. Before you perform this operation, check whether there is any data you want to keep. Hopefully the article of “Reset Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano” can help you.
Reference: Williams Allegro manual