Digital Keyboard 20 (DK-20)
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The DK-20 was the last musical instrument designed and marketed under the RMI name. It was introduced in June of 1979, and was manufactured through July of 1982. It was designed to replace the RMI Electra piano, using the latest digital technology available. It was housed in the familiar RMI case, and consisted of 68 keys, volume pedal, sostenuto toe stud, and sustain pedal. Control of decay curves, timing, and release characteristics were features of the instrument, along with mixers, phasers, and modifiers. The retail cost of the unit was $2295.
[written by Tom Emerick, Allen Organ Company]