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Alesis Recital 88-Key Beginner Digital Piano with Full-Size Semi-Weighted Keys - Amazon Daily Deal £184.99
Found 8th Dec 2017Found 8th Dec 2017
"The Alesis Recital is a full-featured digital piano with the features to make it easy to learn, teach and perform at any level." Note that the PRO version is also reduced which h… Read more

Hammer action turns a keyboard into a really useful instrument for those wishing to take Piano exams. Huge difference in how the keys feel to play. I have several students for whom buying a real piano is a far off dream and good digital pianos (note the words digital PIANO) have provided pupils to be successful at grade 8. On eBay the old Technics pianos often come up . I bought one on free ads for £250 five years ago and it was best £250 ever spent . No fancy buttons to press to get different sounds (apart from choice of sampled harpsichord, upright piano and concert grand sound). If you want an instrument to study ‘ traditional piano ‘ get a digital piano ( suggest you look for a Technics) or if you want a real piano make a trip to coach house pianos in Swansea who sell good second hand recon fairly priced pianos (but always make them an offer rather than pay price on pianos ) . There is nothing wrong with getting a musical keyboard . (Ie not digital Piano) . These have lots of keys for making different sounds and are lots of fun TRINITY COLLEGE of music has both keyboard and piano exam syllabus.


Lowest price according to camel - have my eye on a digital yamaha deal to come through (skeptical) heat given (y)


Alesis is a good brand.

Alesis Elevate 3 Powered Desktop Studio Monitors/Speakers £58 @ GAK
Found 7th Nov 2017Found 7th Nov 2017
GAK already had the cheapest price on these great little studio monitors but then dropped them another £5! This is probably due to getting rid of stock of the MK1 models which are … Read more
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I am really tempted by this... shame I just don't have the desk space for it =( Edit: Nevermind... the deal is over. They're OOS now


Cheers op! Back in stock! Ordered and are on the way. Thanks 👌


@dioxyde0 These speakers are low end studio/monitoring speakers which produce a fairly neutral sound (no boosted bass/treble). Basically these are meant for music production or as i currently am DJing. These would probably be great for gaming, i have another set of monitors i personally use for gaming as well as listening to music, music production, video editing and watching movies. Those speakers perform better than all cheap PC speakers across the board. Also they have a sub out socket should you feel you need to add a sub at a later date. Hope that helps!


guys would these be okay to use for gaming without a sub? seems like good quality for price


Found this deal is on Amazon at the same price. Through Prime and 2-4 week waiting. Alternative sellers tab (y)

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Alesis Elevate 3 Powered Desktop Studio Monitor Speakers 60 Watt £63.95 @ Amazon
Found 22nd Sep 2017Found 22nd Sep 2017
Powered desktop studio speakers with 60 watt peak power that bring out every detail of your sound, unencumbered and crystal clear. Precise audio amplification for project stud… Read more


i like sound too, my kitchen player is a yamaha crx 140 and recently, in barnardos, i bought an unused japanese copy of dreams come true, sing or die( i'm not that keen on the music itself, but i try to keep an open mind). i have never heard this little player sound so good. there is more to creating sound than i understand. in this case it may be japanese music on a japanese player and so the mix, or quality of equipment correspond. there may be any number of factors of course, it was made on small yamaha monitors, for example.


Magnets Man! Breaking Bad is one of the greatest American TV shows of all time. (according to IMDB) :)


i'm not sure what i mean either (not enough knowledge) but i wonder on the correlation between the rise of the small speaker and the wide use of ear buds for listening. there might be a number of factors here's an interesting answer though


I'm not sure what Breaking Bad is.

Alesis iO Mix 4-Channel Mixer/Recorder for iPad £84.99 Delivered at Gear4Music [Includes 2 year warranty & 30 day money back guarantee]
Found 26th Apr 2017Found 26th Apr 2017
Pretty cool! Something different this time :p Looks like for older iPads as can only see connector support for upto 4th gen iPads. BUT looking around, others have had them working … Read more

So you still need hardware, in a contrast from your post saying "Surely there are cheaper apps that do that sort of thing anyway?".


I look forward to the day that you can plug a mic lead into an app. That would be well impressive.


I wouldn't know, but they've successfully converted many pieces of hardware into apps for the iPad. For example Korg, Korg Gadget, MS-20, M1, Ds-10, Electribe, Wavestation, Polysix, Kaossilator, Moog Model 15, Animoog, Filatron, VCS3, 808, ARP Odyssey have all been successfully ported to iOS apps from actual physical devices.


​3M padded strips as per YouTube guide is all you need for a snug fit.


How can an app give you hardware features like XLR ports? :|

Alesis Q49 midi keyboard with 3 month Skoove membership £53.97 @ Amazon
Found 12th Dec 2016Found 12th Dec 2016
4.4 out of 5 stars for 76 customer reviews
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showing as £66 for me :(


what's this the freaking Starfleet command? I find the CompuServe built in web browser more than adequate.


I tell you what, LMGTFY ;)


Has nothing to do with caring or not caring. People here (myself included) will happily answer questions and help others out, provided the person asking isn't being incredibly lazy. You've shown you're more than capable of using google - so, you had no reason to ask such an easily answerable question here instead of googling it yourself. In fact, having to wait for someone to answer you here would've taken much longer than you just searching google yourself. Hence, no-one has answered your question and you've received a fair few comments all saying pretty much the same thing.


Skoove review here Not difficult to guess it's something to help you learn how to play, and subs based. Price is now £59

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Alesis Recital 88-Key Beginner Digital Piano with Full-Size Semi-Weighted Keys £189.99 @ Amazon
Found 28th Nov 2016Found 28th Nov 2016
Amazon Cyber deal, down from £260. Decent discount and price on a good beginners keyboard.

How are you getting on with the keyboard?


I have bought this, but unfortunately I am a complete novice so can't really help much beyond saying the black and white keys do seem to me to have a similar response in their weighting. There are many more reviews on the .com website which may help: Link


Has anyone bought or tried one of these for themselves? I can't find one in a real-world shop near me and want to try before buying to see what its "feel" is like. Can only see it in online shops. Am after an 88-key keyboard for one child's piano lessons; there is no room for an acoustic piano and in fact there is a space of just a shade over 130cm where the keyboard can go (it is a small room and there is no alternative place to put one). All the Casio and Yamaha digital pianos start at just over 132cm and simply will not fit - the gap is that tight. Shame, as I would rather get one of the Yamahas. This Alesis is 128.3cm and will fit - it's the only one I've found so far that will. At the moment daughter is using my old Kawai K1 synth from years ago, ie mildly sprung "semi weighted" keys, not much feel and there is a clear difference in response between the white and black keys (same strength gives softer black notes. This was always the case, I used to see it when using as a MIDI controller). She likes her classical pieces and I want her to be able to develop a reasonable piano-feel for playing, which she is not getting from that. If this Alesis isn't much better then despite the extra keys I'll leave it - she can do some of her practice at her school where there's a piano in the music room. The downside is of course that she can't do that in the evenings or weekend. If it's close to the feel of, say, the Yamaha P45 or even one of the Casio pianos then I will probably take the risk. Thanks for any help


Still available at the price stated in the deal, needs un-expiring.


Alesis? They've been around for donkey's years. I'd say they were budget to mid range but generally good quality. My first drum machine was an Alesis SR16 back in the eighties, which I believe may have been when they started out. Solid workmanlike products at a reasonable price. Heat from me.

Found 6th Jan 2015Found 6th Jan 2015
This is showing as awaiting delivery/stock, but I've decided to have a punt as its seems a fraction of the price for a good live, concert, gig video/audio recorder, as most mobile … Read more

Agreed nice to see some straight talk and action good on ya CPC.


Had the cancelled email!


Good customer service from CPC, thanks. Error on website, they let us know in this thread and update the site promptly. This is how it should be done; note to you know who you are. :)


so i take it i wont be recieving this , even though u advertised it in your jan sales mag i recieved yeterday?[/quote] If you've got an Order Reference then you can send it to and we'll check it out and advise you on that :)


so i take it i wont be recieving this , even though u advertised it in your jan sales mag i recieved yeterday?

Ion Anyroom Wireless Speaker System £29.95 @ gak
Found 28th Nov 2013Found 28th Nov 2013
The Ion Anyroom is a wireless speaker system compatible with iPhone 3G, 3S, 4, and 4S. It also has a line input for any other audio source. These retail at £159, and most places … Read more
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You say "£159 most places" but google results immediately show me 3 other retailers all between £39 - £45, and no hint of any street prices higher than that range. Looks like mains only - and only works wirelessly with Ipods and some Iphones (No Bluetooth). Wired aux input is the only other option.

Alesis DM6 Electric Drum Kit + Extras (Rock Band 3 compatible aswell) @ JBMusic (eBay)
Found 22nd May 2012Found 22nd May 2012
It might be best to read the description on this one before voting as the kit can be used for multiple purposes. You will NOT find this kit cheaper on it's own new, let alone with … Read more
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No worries man, happens to the best of us :)


Haha, so it is! Sorry buddy! My stupid eyes, I thought this said £342!


That's £5 more expensive :/ and the ION brain goes for £40+ on flea-bay.


This is the Alesis DM6, great kit! However it can be found cheaper at Drumshop, for anyone not interested in paying a little extra for the game controller


LInk fixed / updated. Thanks for posting :)

Alesis VideoTrack Camcorder - £89.99 @ Maplins
Found 11th Apr 2011Found 11th Apr 2011 Before anyone insta-votes cold because it isn't HD, this is a camcorder that's focuses more on the audio aspect. It has high-qualit… Read more

looks like something out of 'back to the future'


Can you plug mics into this?

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