The T2L engine in Dexibell's Vivo series provides an impressive level of tonal control and customization. This fusion of modeling and sampling technology yields an incredibly detailed and realistic piano tone.
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True to Life
T2L ( True to Life ) is how we have called the symbiosis of the innovations developed to enhance the timbre veracity and the reactivity of the sound to the multiple articulations of the pianist.
Dexibell has surpassed the current standard of 16-bit and 44.1-KHz, known in audio CD playback, with the use of a higher definition, both in the "waveform" format and in the integrated circuit of digital conversion to analog (DAC) 16 bits represent audio in 65,356 levels, while 24 bits can more widely represent it in 16,777,216 levels, 256 times more. This new 24-bit and 48-KHz technology has greatly improved both the frequency response and the dynamic range of sound, compared to all other digital pianos.
The sound generation of the Dexibell Piano is made with a high performance "Quad Core" processor and is able to reproduce up to 320 Digital Oscillators and over 6 effectors (DSP), designed to simulate all the elements, sounds and noises, which they contribute to the T2L modeling of sound. The greater polyphony used in Dexibell Pianos allows you to approach in an extremely realistic way the response of a true Acoustic Piano through a virtually unlimited polyphony.
In Dexibell Pianos, the length of waveforms recorded for each individual note is 3 to 15 times higher than that of similar products on the market. A serious note of the Dexibell piano, for example, has an original waveform of 15 seconds instead of the classic average from 1 to 5 seconds. The result is an astonishing vitality of the harmonics throughout the evolution of the sound of the held notes.
Every feature of Dexibell pianos has been designed to reproduce, with maniacal fidelity, every single aspect of the real sound, to capture every possible interaction with the wood as a living material and every little imperceptible nuance given by the hand of the person who plays it.
|Included from Manufacturer||Power Supply|
|Number of Keys||68|
|Key Action||Fatar TP-8P: 68 - Keys Light Weigthed - Dual contact|
|Programs/Presets||79 + User downloadable|
|Voices of Polyphony||Unlimited|
|MIDI Control Zones||4|
|Effects||24 Reverb, 6 Effects, EQ|
|Control Connections||(3) Pedal Inputs|
|Half-Damper Support||Yes (With Optional Single Pedal)|
|Audio Outputs||1/4" Phones
1/4" Stereo Out (R - L/Mono)
|Audio Inputs||1/4" Audio In|
|USB Port (to Host)||MIDI|
|USB Flash Drive Port (to Device)||MIDI Recording, Audio Recording, Song File Playback, Program/Preset Storage, Sample Import, System Updates|
|Song Recorder||Audio & MIDI|
|Expansion||Loadable User Sounds - Sound Font Compatible|
|Unique Features||Optional Battery Operation: 8 x AA batteries|