|Número da peça||Impact LX61+|
|Tipo Do Produto||Eletrônicos|
|Interface do hardware||USB|
|Tamanho da tela||2.35|
|Funciona com baterias||Não|
|Inclui adaptador Ac||Não|
|Peso do produto||4.08 kg|
|Número do modelo||Impact LX61+|
|Dimensões do produto||96.52 x 26.67 x 7.62 cm; 4.08 Quilogramas|
Teclado Controlador Nektar Impact LX61+
|Prazo||Valor Mensal (R$)||Total (R$)|
|10x sem juros||R$ 250,70||R$ 2.507,00|
|9x sem juros||R$ 278,60||R$ 2.507,00|
|8x sem juros||R$ 313,41||R$ 2.507,00|
|7x sem juros||R$ 358,16||R$ 2.507,00|
|6x sem juros||R$ 417,85||R$ 2.507,00|
|5x sem juros||R$ 501,40||R$ 2.507,00|
|4x sem juros||R$ 626,75||R$ 2.507,00|
|3x sem juros||R$ 835,68||R$ 2.507,00|
|2x sem juros||R$ 1.253,50||R$ 2.507,00|
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It is quick and easy to set up, controls everything I need (virtual instruments and Daw), and although it has "synth Key" action Not "piano key" action, it is comfortable to use.
The pads are very quick and responsive, snare rolls are possible !
Overall, the quality feels solid, and should last and wear well (time will tell), there is a review on youtube, where someone reviewed the previous model (LX61) and did a follow up review one year later, and all was still working fine.
So, if you are on a budget, and are looking for a 61 key midi keyboard / controller, definately check this baby out.
I did, and bought it !
OK, time for an update, now March 2019, all fine, and still pleased with purchase !
Avaliado no Reino Unido em 6 de dezembro de 2020
But the biggest flaw with this device is the extremely poor, noisy, sharp-edged, clattering keyboard which has the worst feel of any keyboard I have tried in 30 years. It has a very poor keyboard bed and each key needs pushing down too far to connect with midi output. This means you simply cannot play more than very easy stabbing or two fingered phrases. If you are a trained pianist this will feel absolutely awful. It is not even as good as the cheapest other keyboards out there from years ago.
I think the above is one of the reasons this device is a lot cheaper than others with similar specs. Although it has some excellent and plentiful DAW controls with a full suite of faders and pots, and very solid transport controls, the buttons are quite poorly laid out functionally and you have to go through rather convoluted steps (which means remembering an awful lot of combinations) to get a simple menu or setting to work.
Finally, the decals and labelling on the very dark frame are also too dark, being grey rather than white and an unreadable darkish blue rather than clear white, so I need to shine a lamp on them unless the whole room is either bathed in sunlight or you have a torch!
For perhaps 30 dollars/Euros/Pounds more Nektar could have improved this keyboard and made it a more premium product, but instead they have cut corners to keep the price down. It is also very bulky and there is a lot of wasted space if you have a limited space yourself, and even if you buy the 25 key version it is still very bulky.
I lived with it for a few days but there was something that wasn't sitting well with me - the feel of the keys. To be honest, it's been years since I've had a full size keyboard so didn't know what 'synth action keys' meant in the description, but probably the best way I can describe it is that the springs are quite strong, so it kind of feels like they're resisting being pressed, and when they're in the down position, they're really eager to spring back up. This might suit some people, but if you're used to playing piano keys this is likely to feel very unnatural. Plus, they're pretty noisy.
It's a great value bit of kit and there are loads of plusses - including the responsive drum pads and the fact it's quite subtle in its design and takes up minimal room. However, I couldn't get on with the keys so sent back and now have a Novation Impluse 61. The keys on this are loads better, and it just feels better built overall - but it's more expensive so I guess that's to be expected. However, I can already tell that the DAW integration on the Impulse is nowhere near as good as the Impact.
One of the best things about this board is its ability to learn assignments with many VSTs. You literally hold the shift key down and manipulate the controls you want to assign with your mouse, then turn or press the controller button, knob or wheel you want to assign them to in the same order. You then save by holding down the shift key. I haven't yet run out of save slots and the keyboard remembers the setups for the next time I bring them up in Reaper.
Note, this quick learn feature doesn't work with all virtual instruments, and in those cases, I'll be looking into cc assignments etc.
It also has quick setup options, like the ability to reverse the sliders for organ drawbar operation.
I'm still learning the limits but so far it is an excellent board.
It has the usual transpose and octave buttons easily accessible and the pitch and mod wheels work perfectly.
It has a light, springy action. I think most would call it synth action.
It is powered by the USB connection, which also handles the MIDI data. NOTE, this DOES NOT have hardwired MIDI sockets, everything works through USB.
Easy payment in 5 instalments through Amazon too. What's not to like?