Yamaha P-80
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Yamaha P-80

P-80, Digital Piano from Yamaha in the P series.

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 15 reviews )
 9 reviews60 %
 4 reviews27 %
 1 user review7 %
Value For Money : Excellent
yoTrakkz02/23/2012

yoTrakkz's review"a fine choice"

Yamaha P-80
The Yamaha P80 is a full size electric piano with 88 weighted keys. It is easy enough to transport if you wanted to, and is big enough to provide you with the full flavor of a real piano without actually having one. It’s got all sorts of different sounds, but the grand piano ones are definitely the most realistic sounding. Other sounds that it has include electric piano, organs, harpsichord, strings, guitar, choir, and a number of others. It also has built in reverb and other effects, as well as a metronome and a couple of built in tracks including a demo.


UTILIZATION

If you’re familiar with the general make up found on electric pianos, you’ll definitely feel at home here. Nothing about the P80 is difficult to understand, as everything is pretty straight forward. Choosing the different sounds is as easy as hitting a button, as is the same with the built in reverb and other effects, which include chorus, a phaser, tremolo, and delay. You can also change the sensitively on the touch and transpose. I haven’t had a need to use the demo or the built in recording features, but certainly they are nice to have there just in case. The overall feel of the P80 is definitely realistic and is about as close as you’ll find to a real piano. A manual won’t be necessary to use most of the features, but if you’re looking to learn it inside and out, you might as well have it handy.


SOUNDS

As I stated earlier, the grand piano sounds are definitely the most realistic sounding tones on the Yamaha P80, but I can’t complain too much about the way the other sounds come across. Some of them are a bit cheesy sounding, as is the case with the electric piano sounds, but others are pretty realistic like the harpsichord. The effects are nice to have, but I haven’t really used them other than the chorus. While the effects do sound pretty good, you don’t have any parameters for them, so what you hear is what you get…


OVERALL OPINION

The Yamaha P80 is a very solid electric piano. While you would think that this would be a bit cheap, I guess the real feel and body of the piano make it a bit more expensive. The price still isn’t too bad when you consider what the price of a real piano costs, but at the same time you could put together a better sounding collection of sounds on your computer with a MIDI controller for the price of the P80. Still, if you’re interested in a portable electric keyboard with a very good feel and sound, the P80 is fine choice.
abbesses7505/31/2011

abbesses75's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" very good piano, but fragile"

Yamaha P-80
a bit weird, the connectors on the side, but very comprehensive: several ways out: RCA jack, output jack mono (L-L + R)

UTILIZATION

The touch is nice but it is fragile balances that make possible the feeling of an acoustic piano keys often break. the crack is invisible from the outside, but the result is that the button does not go back over and must be replaced. Over time, many of them fall behind. Tip: if you repair, you should also replace the keys are a bit "limited" is the opening of the apparatus which is expensive in manpower in the repair ... absorb as much!

SOUNDS

Good piano sounds. for his "Hammond organ": the possibility of starting the Leslie with the "change" ... original. Other sounds are ultra classic, unoriginal.
Too bad there anyway not a small integrated amplifier ... however small, is still useful to have a minimum return in certain conditions a little difficult scene.

OVERALL OPINION

I was super satisfied how, especially convenient for transportation. But I discovered the P140/P155 with just a touch gen-ni-al.
vince843010/26/2005

vince8430's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha P-80
Heavy touch. 88 notes.
12 sounds. (See above for more details).

UTILIZATION

Simple and easy.
Possibility to superimpose two sounds.
Manuel trs clear.
I'll lay some rave reviews, although it is still a good piano trs numrique in prcisant Difference from a certain sound (many sellers say immediately: " it's the same feel as an acoustic and its the same ").
Dplaise not certain, even when the touch is not the same as that of an acoustic piano. It is a touch heavy, diffrentiel between bass and treble, but the relchement key is not identical to that of an acoustic piano (the CHARACTERISTICS of depression of the key are they, closer to an acoustic piano). It is clear that the diffrence when playing fast squence trs has not Ragit not the same Manir a acoustic piano. (Eyes closed, ind pendently Material-surface touch and sound, I will make the diffrence between 10 out of 10 any acoustic piano and a piano numrique).

SOUNDS

Sound: The sounds do not contain all the harmonics and acoustics that this effect is more acute or particulirement the sound loses a lot faster than a harmonic richness of his sound. In addition, more serious than a percussive acoustic piano.

OVERALL OPINION

Trs numrique good piano. One of the best on the market. Good qualitprix.
but this is the equivalent of an acoustic piano, both in terms of touch and sound.
bluemice04/25/2003

bluemice's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha P-80
88 keys, trs good touch
Trs beautiful piano sounds and Rodhe

UTILIZATION

Keyboard trs enjoyable
Not a keyboard to the south even if fate existing functions

SOUNDS

Ideal scne on compact weight = 16 Kg play well for a little while (personally I use in my blues band funk (www.bluemice.fr.st) dmo MP3

OVERALL OPINION

Bought 3 years ago
INTERESTED Qualitprix
Trs good range of portable piano (P60, P80, P120, P200)!