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Yamaha Clavinova CLP-230
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Yamaha Clavinova CLP-230

Digital Piano from Yamaha belonging to the Clavinova CLP series.

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keyboardwizard08keyboardwizard08

I am a fan ...

Yamaha Clavinova CLP-230Published on 12/26/12 at 09:18
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
A "classic" Clavinova digital piano, 88 keys, which I use since 2007. It has 3 pedals, 14 sounds including a stereo piano superb! 64 notes of polyphony.

UTILIZATION

I use it mainly to work my technique and some songs, of course, it is not an acoustic piano and I would not make any comparison. It is very good to use as I did.
His touch is very nice and is in the middle of the range digital piano.

SOUNDS

The piano sounds are always news, the rest of the sound is a little off (except DX piano!) But this is not what is asked.

OVERALL OPINION

I'm a fan, I love it and I recommend it for someone who wants to work on his technique a little more seriously as a synth to light touch...…
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A "classic" Clavinova digital piano, 88 keys, which I use since 2007. It has 3 pedals, 14 sounds including a stereo piano superb! 64 notes of polyphony.

UTILIZATION

I use it mainly to work my technique and some songs, of course, it is not an acoustic piano and I would not make any comparison. It is very good to use as I did.
His touch is very nice and is in the middle of the range digital piano.

SOUNDS

The piano sounds are always news, the rest of the sound is a little off (except DX piano!) But this is not what is asked.

OVERALL OPINION

I'm a fan, I love it and I recommend it for someone who wants to work on his technique a little more seriously as a synth to light touch or engage in the piano, we are now not too expensive.
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TaigongTaigong

Yamaha Clavinova CLP-230Published on 10/26/12 at 07:25
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Keyboard 88 keys
Connectors midi / Aux / USB
System 3 pedals (substain, reverb, quick)
Speakers: 2 x 20W


50 sounds around
Effects: Reverb, Chorus
Features: Dual, Split, Transpose

UTILIZATION

Nice touch ... not completely identical to a real piano but it is fun to play.
The material of the keys do not remember too ivory ... a little plastic.

The functions are easy to use, but we must learn the correspondence level of encryption as the menu indicates XY

Setup and easy to use

SOUNDS

Sounds correct ... not very realistic but still fun to play.

The expression is a little bit mean because you can not find all the nuances of a piano ... but it is correct.

...…
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Keyboard 88 keys
Connectors midi / Aux / USB
System 3 pedals (substain, reverb, quick)
Speakers: 2 x 20W


50 sounds around
Effects: Reverb, Chorus
Features: Dual, Split, Transpose

UTILIZATION

Nice touch ... not completely identical to a real piano but it is fun to play.
The material of the keys do not remember too ivory ... a little plastic.

The functions are easy to use, but we must learn the correspondence level of encryption as the menu indicates XY

Setup and easy to use

SOUNDS

Sounds correct ... not very realistic but still fun to play.

The expression is a little bit mean because you can not find all the nuances of a piano ... but it is correct.

Sounds like: electric piano, strings, ...
Like: piano sounds (used to play piano on a fourth line ... it explains a lot of things)

OVERALL OPINION

Used for 6/8 years

Try different styles ... that it remains nice and correct at price / quality ratio. Piano with the appearance of an upright piano and sound correct.

Good purchase ... but with a bigger budget there is much better.
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pianisimostarpianisimostar

Yamaha Clavinova CLP-230Published on 03/01/08 at 09:24
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
This piano has 7 octaves
It sounds to 14 and more, they are all very realistic
level of connectivity, midi in and out truht
and for audio amplifier and other

UTILIZATION

The touch keyboard is very nice, it's a heavy touch of a very good quality
the configuration is not very easy
but the manual and a very complete and centeine ​​pages

the piano pedals pocéde 3
like a real piano
and compare to other digital pianos that they are not false (false)

SOUNDS

The sound of the piano and very very pretty and very well detailed as a good standard upright piano

levels there are effects but not a not a toy piano or a synthesizer
the reaction velocity and aftertouch...…
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This piano has 7 octaves
It sounds to 14 and more, they are all very realistic
level of connectivity, midi in and out truht
and for audio amplifier and other

UTILIZATION

The touch keyboard is very nice, it's a heavy touch of a very good quality
the configuration is not very easy
but the manual and a very complete and centeine ​​pages

the piano pedals pocéde 3
like a real piano
and compare to other digital pianos that they are not false (false)

SOUNDS

The sound of the piano and very very pretty and very well detailed as a good standard upright piano

levels there are effects but not a not a toy piano or a synthesizer
the reaction velocity and aftertouch and a very very good
If you believe in true
but for the wrong side of the digital piano clp-230 does not have harmony in sound
and harpsichord rest of his game boy

OVERALL OPINION

I use them around my 1-year colleges
I really love your furniture and the quality of sound is
You can mix
This is very funny

for those who want real progress on the piano in an apartment or budget for too ennorme I recommend it

€ 1500 New in the shop (known as mail order or thief ^ ^)
€ 1299 new on internet
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: Clavinova CLP-230
  • Series: Clavinova CLP
  • Category: Digital Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 06/03/2005

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Other names: clavinovaclp 230, clavinovaclp230, clavinova clp230

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