Korg LP-10 -1981    Weight = 21 Lbs. Number mfg.= ? MRP=$596

User Manual:
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Circuit Overview: below
Scematics/Service Manual:
Common Service Issues/Tips: below
Parts Sources: Keys knobs semiconductors misc
Uncommon chips/modules used: TMS3615, MN3004
General Info Links: Harmony Central review

Circuit Overview:
     LSI chip divide down network based machine with internal speaker pair. Octave transpose switch, three combineable voice selections (Clav, E. Piano, Piano) three envelope types and a decay amount knob. Why did Korg bother? Well it...has a nice attack character and it's light. Touted as Korg's first 'stage piano', well.. I guess the PE1000 would not have qualified by some standard. But I mean hey...this thing isn't even velocity sensing! Stage piano? Like I said, it has a nice attack. It had an EQ and a single bbd chorus with rate knob. Very limited features.

Service Tips:
      I doubt there are a lot of failures in these nits but let me know if anything comes up in yours. I have parts.

I believe you'll draw mostly blank looks from Korg on these units. I have a scrap machines so I can supply all parts for these units. Contact Sound Doctorin'