Hall effect button (at the touch of a button, concert hall reverb can be applied to the sound of the keyboard)
Step-up learning system
10 digital effects
Chord book function
Piano/organ setting button
USB plug & play/song expansion
Microphone input (mic-in)
The WK-240 combines all the characteristics of a portable compact keyboard in a unique way. 76 dynamic-touch keys and 600 impressive AHL tones ensure an unforgettable musical experience for musicians with an eclectic taste in music. The in-built Hall effect button makes each performance unique: At the touch of a button, concert hall reverb can be applied to the sound of the keyboard, adding authenticity to your own performance. The three-level step-up learning system encourages creative development and is perfectly complemented by the entertainment functions, including 180 stirring rhythms and 152 songs.
Touch Response : 2 sensitivity levels
Maximum Polyphony 48
600 built-in tones
180 built-in rhythms
Amp Output : 2.5W + 2.5W
Enhanced high-quality basic functions!
All built-in tones, including piano and acoustic instrument tones, now sound better than ever before! 48-tone maximum polyphony provides plenty of margin to minimize the chance of notes being dropped when tones are layered and when playing with Auto Accompaniment.
*Acoustic & Highly-compressed Large-waveform
76 piano-style keyboard
An easy-to-play keyboard with an appearance resembling that of an acoustic piano.
Touch Response let's you add delicate nuances to notes by varying how much pressure you apply to keyboard keys.
Playing the keyboard simulates the acoustic effect of a concert hall, and produces reverberations that transmit a feeling of being there.
You can use the Chord Book to look up chords you do not know how to play. You can hear what a chord sounds like and a simple operation even shows you inverted forms of the chord, making the Chord Book a valuable reference.
You can sample a sound from a microphone and then play the sound on the keyboard. You also can use sampled sounds to compose music. The sampling feature is a great way to create new sounds that are highly creative.
Use a microphone connected to the keyboard’s MIC IN / SAMPLING Jack to sample the sounds of things nearby.
Play notes on the keyboard using the sampled sound!
If you sample the "Ting!" sound of a triangle, for example, you can then play notes with the sound
on the keyboard. You even can add reverb, vibrato, and other effects to the sampled sound.
Incorporate a sampled sound into accompaniment patterns!
You can sample a favorite musical phrase or drum sound, and use the same to replace some Auto Accompaniment drum sets.