YAMAHA DIGITAL PIANOS YDP-142 Black,Rosewood,Cherry
Realise your piano potential with a Yamaha ARIUS digital piano.
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Digital piano with GHS keyboard with matte black keytops and Pure CF Sound Engine tone generation
The Arius YDP-142 digital piano has an authentic piano touch and tone that is ideal for any aspiring pianist. The Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) action builds proper fingering technique for an easy transition to playing on acoustic pianos while the PureCF Sound Engine delivers expressive recordings of Yamaha's concert grand piano.
Rich, expressive piano sound - The Pure CF Sound Engine starts with a meticulous recording of Yamaha's acclaimed concert grand piano. This recording contains a number of dynamic levels from pianissimo to fortissimo so you can experience the delicate touch of a soft passage or the pure power of two-handed chords.
And the 128 note polyphony ensures that YDP-142 can handle demanding repertoire, even in complex passages, without losing notes.
GHS keyboard with matte black keytops - For every piano player, touch and response like that of an acoustic piano is essential. Yamaha's Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) Keyboard recreates the heavier touch on lower notes, and ligther touch on higher notes. Touch sensitivity can be adjusted to suit different playing styles and abilities
For comfortable practice at home - For pianists who want to practice quietly, Intelligent Acoustic Control function automatically adjusts the sound so that you can still experience a balanced, rich tone even at low volumes.
For silent practice, a headphone connection socket is provided. Thanks to the dual headphone jacks, two people can enjoy playing the piano together in total privacy. Practice as much as you need before unplugging the headphones to let others hear your progress.
Half-Pedal Control - Continuous or half-damper pedal control provides the detailed nuance and subtlety experienced when pedaling on a grand piano. This is done by creating continuously increasing amounts of sustain as you depress the damper pedal further.