Dexibell Vivo S7
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | February 2, 2017
The audio quality of the DEXIBELL Vivo S7 is unquestionable. But what is even more astonishing, is the interaction the player feels with the instrument.
Dexibell Vivo S7
The Vivo is an incredibly responsive digital stage piano. Because of the highly responsive nature of the piano, a player can easily convey nuance and expression. This means that the piano offers exceptional expression. The Vivo S7 can “capture every possible interaction with the wood as a living material”.
Dexibell pianos have been designed & manufactured in Italy. Italian production is known for its quality and style, so to that end, you can be assured that the Vivo S7 has been built to the highest production standards.
Therefore, if you are looking for a highly responsive, quality digital piano, then the Dixibell Vivo S7 should be on your list!
What Sets the Vivo S7 apart?
The Dexibell S7 features T2L (True 2 Life) technology. T2L combines innovations developed to enhance the responsiveness and accuracy of sound timbre. This is done relative to the dynamic articulation of the pianist.
The new 24-bit technology has significantly improved both the frequency response and the dynamic range of audio.
Virtually Unlimited Polyphony
At the heart of the DEXIBELL S7 piano lies an incredibly powerful “Quad Core” processor. The processor is capable of managing 320 digital oscillators. This huge number of oscillators allows for the simulation of all elements, sounds and noises which culminate to model the T2L sound.
This increased polyphony contributes to simulate the realistic responsiveness of a real acoustic piano. This is achieved through virtually unlimited polyphony.
XXL Sampling Technology
In addition to the polyphony, the Vivo S7 uses XXL sampling technology. The recorded waveform length of each individual note is between 3 and 15 times higher than many other products. A low note on a DEXIBELL piano has an original waveform of 15 seconds. The current average is between 1 and 5 seconds. To that end, the result is astonishing realism and vitality of the harmonics through the evolution of the sound of the held notes.
In conclusion, the Vivo S7 would make a great addition to any professional stage pianists rig.
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