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The reason it does not list the LK-120 as a compatible keyboard is because the LK-120 has no connection for a pedal.  The only two connectors on the back of the LK-120 are for a 9 volt power supply and for a set of headphones.  If your keyboard has a pedal connection, then it is not an LK-120.

 

 

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1 hour ago, tnicoson said:

The reason it does not list the LK-120 as a compatible keyboard is because the LK-120 has no connection for a pedal.  The only two connectors on the back of the LK-120 are for a 9 volt power supply and for a set of headphones.  If your keyboard has a pedal connection, then it is not an LK-120.

 

 

Thank you for your reply

Mine is an LK 120. Is there any way to connect to a pedal through an extension or something attached through the outlet or headphone jack?!

 

 

 

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No !  Both the power connection and the headphone connection are electrically designed for their own specific purpose and nothing more, but the LK-120 lacks, not only a pedal connection, it does not even have the internal electrical circuits for sustaining a tone, and no such "extensions" exist for doing this.  If a sustain pedal is important to you, you will need to move up to one of the more advanced models, such as the LK-170/175/260/280.

 

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