[NAMM] Yamaha Bösendorfer 200DE3
Yamaha introduces the Bösendorfer 200DE3, the first non-Yamaha piano to feature the company's Disklavier performance reproducing technology, which is integrated inside the new model.
The Bösendorfer 200DE3 derives from the Bösendorfer 200.
By keeping Bösendorfer's brand integrity intact and adding a performance reproduction system with Disklavier technology, Yamaha has created acomplement to Yamaha's high-end Disklavier piano line. This reproducing technology is designed to provide the ability to conduct remote lessons and master classes on pianos networked over the internet, which virtually eliminates geographical boundaries between teacher and student.
Disklavier offers a playback system designed to turn any room into a concert hall. Special music CDs ship with the system. The built-in Disklavier system expands the Bösendorfer's capabilities by offering remote control operation along with USB recording and playback. The DisklavierRadio function offers ustreams of music over 11 different channels delivering classical, jazz, pop and other styles. The unit comes with storage space so users can document and share their own performances.
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