Digital Pianos – Dual vs Triple sensor technology for Idiots 3 idiots technology

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Single, Dual, Triple sensor technology – what does it mean? This video makes it simple! ,

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19 comments

Alpay 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

does that mean that i should go with the kawai kdp 120 and not roland rp 701? kawai has 3 sensors. im a beginner amd not a pro

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A. H. 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

Amazing ! 🙂

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Luiz Henrique FG 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

Queria entender inglês..

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LaserGryph 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

So if I understand this correctly, three sensors is the digital equivalent of a double escapement mechanism on a grand?

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Aleeoid 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

Ha! never would of guessed it's based of time. Thanks.

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Peter Walker 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

I read title like …
Digital Pianos – Dual (for normal ppl) vs Triple sensor technology for Idiots

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Ka Kiu Ip 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

My life is simple
I am idiot
I watch this video 😉

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Emil Amundsen 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

Thanks for this great vid Chuck, you just made me that much less of an idiot. 😀
Watching more of your vids. Love them 🙂

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drakedoggy103 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

Do you have that fast control of the 3 sensor digital piano also in an acoustic upright ? Idk if i should replace my 3 sensor e piano with an upright

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Mark Hunter 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

Kawai’s RHC (Responsive Hammer Compact) action – as used in the ES110 – has only two sensors per key yet reviews, including Chuck’s, say it has a more realistic upright piano feel than the Casio PX-160 which has three sensors per key.

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David Bentz Jr. 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

Just throwing this out there… I like your videos but perhaps idiots is too strong a word and you should rename idiots to dummies? I don't like to think of my fellow humans as stupid, but rather inquiring to learn, so "dummies" seems like a more friendly way of stating this lol!!!

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ernievault 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

FYI: I think alternating thumb-middle finger single note tremolos are great test of two sensor actions.

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Tor Bruheim 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

Hello Sir. Do you know if Roland RD 800 has triple sensors or better?

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john doe 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

you can do the same "repetition mechanism" with only two sensors : you just put the first sensor (dual sensor technology) to the position of the second sensor (triple sensor technology) !!!
with your explanation, the first sensor is not really used.
the triple sensor thechnology is used to measure velocity / evolution of the speed : with two sensor, we can measure speed; with three sensors, we can have a delta of speeds, and so cinetic energy

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ali168 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

I saw you were using the Kawai VPC1 midi controller. So what Piano software you were using and which one for the piano sound you like and recommend. Your answer will be appreciated.

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adiero 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

Thanks for this. I've heard also there are 'optical' sensors… eg: The Lachnit ELK.  How to these work / compare with these triple velocity sensors?

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Tim E 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

I do but not as well as you do. I have been playing on & off for 25 + years but I am self taught. And my philosophy is music can never be mastered but I will at all cost try my best.  

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Tim E 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

Thank you for your informative insight once again Chuck. Let us know when you will be starting "piano lessons by Chuck" I will be student number one.

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Sam Webber 04/03/2022 - 3:25 Chiều

Another very entertaining and informative video Chuck!

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