The Alesis Prestige gives you a full-featured digital piano with graded hammer-action keys as well as 16 realistic built-in sounds. Offering the perfect affordable and space-saving alternative to a full-sized acoustic piano. Featuring premium. multi-sampled voices, 128 max polyphony, as well as a custom-voiced 50W micro-array speaker system that sounds full no matter where its placed in the room. Boasting a sturdy design, the Prestige is substantial, yet compact and lightweight enough to bring with you anywhere. So whether you’re a beginner or professional, the Prestige will excel in any situation.
Multi-Sampled Voices Provide Unparalleled Realism
Similar to other string and percussion instruments, pianos are known for being expressive. Emotion and nuance needs to shine through during your performance. So you’ll love the fact the Prestige utilizes multi-sampling technology to give you a lifelike playing experience that responds exactly like an acoustic instrument would. While each of the 16 built in sounds feature the same technology and attention to detail. Combine this with 128 not max polyphony and a pristinely clear 50W speaker system; the Prestige will deliver a sonic experience unmatched by anything other than a real piano.
Powerful Feature and Intuitive Control
What’s more, the Presitge has everything you need to help you learn, practice, and perform. Firstly, Lesson Mode divides the keyboard into two zones with the same pitch and voice. So it’s great if you’re a student following along with your piano teacher or dueting with another player.
There’s also Record Mode which allows you to record and then playback your performances. While the built-in Metronome makes sure you stay in time with your sound. Further adding dimension to your sound, you’ll find Layer and Split Modes as well as 5 selectable Reverb FX Types. Making it easy to adjust your sound via the accessible top-panel controls.
Additionally, the 50W micro-array speaker system is powerful and clear. But you can always connect to a mixer or amplifier when you want to turn things up a notch. Alternatively, if you’re practicing in private, just plug in your headphones and it will automatically mute the speaker system.