NH (Natural Weighted Hammer) keyboard action delivers authentic piano feel
Equipped with Korg's Natural Weighted Hammer keyboard action, the B1 digital piano feels like the real deal. Lower registers provide you with a heavier touch, transitioning to a lighter touch in the upper registers. At Sweetwater, we love how you can adjust the dynamic response of the B1's keyboard, tailoring it to your playing style.
MFB (Motional Feedback) technology yields a natural-sounding performance
The Korg B1 digital piano employs Motional Feedback technology to give you top-notch sound quality. An active servo system reduces distortion by compensating for the mechanical motions of your speaker and speaker chamber, achieving an ideal frequency response (especially in the low-frequency range). Because the B1's speaker enclosure isn't affecting your tone, you can enjoy an incredibly natural-sounding performance. This technology also reduces the influence of room acoustics.
Advanced sampling technologies create rich, vibrant instrument sounds
Advanced sampling technologies were used to capture the Korg B1 digital piano's eight highly detailed instrument sounds. The three acoustic piano sounds are rich and vibrant with realistic string vibrations and damper resonance. You also get two electric pianos, a harpsichord, and two organ sounds. With the B1, you'll have enough sounds in your repertoire to cover just about anything.
Korg B1 Digital Piano Features:
The Korg B1 digital piano is packed with sound, features, and value!
- 88-key digital piano with modern, streamlined design
- NH (Natural Weighted Hammer) keyboard action feels like a real piano
- Adjustable dynamic response tailors the keyboard to your playing style
- MFB (Motional Feedback) technology yields a natural-sounding performance
- Advanced sampling technologies create rich, vibrant instrument sounds
- Includes 3 acoustic pianos, 2 electric pianos, 1 harpsichord, and 2 organs to expand your repertoire
- Built-in music rest features a page retention pocket to prevent unwanted page turns