marcianus escribió:Mas que nada porque si me sale mas economico que un teclado completo, casi me daria por experimentar y pillar
la version tp40wood para reemplazar el que lleva mi viejo y querido k2500x (ahorro no tanto de dinero como de espacio).
bueno, por si alguien se lo quiere plantear:
The k2500x has a FATAR model 10MD and later it got the TP10MDF. The
TP40L(light) is used in the PC3x series. I looked at the wood version at NAMM
and it felt very much like the TP40L with the all plastic keys. My first
impression was that it too does not repeat for trills, as almost all keyboards
with piano-ish hammers. I did not love the wood version any more that standard
TP40 or TP40L. But having wood keys(plastic key caps) is cooler!
I do like the TP40 series, as it is so far, maintenance free, but I would
re-engineer it with a stiffer spring at the back of the key to help in returning
the key to key up position. Nord, Studio Logic, Kurzweil and several others
are using the TP40 series.
The TP40 is the same size, but the mounting hole locations are different.
Make a template and drill new holes and you will have a very nice rig!
One thing to note, because the contacts are in a row, the travel for a sharp and
a natural key are different( sharps have higher rates of velocity). This is
compensated for in the scanner chip's software. When the K2500 got the
improved TP10MDF the scanner software was tweaked. It is possible that a
later version of scan eprom might make your swap even better (or possible
worse). These are not big changes and most player would not notice the
differences. But it wood be interesting to try both versions.