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Yamaha Clavinova CLP-340
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Digital Piano from Yamaha belonging to the Clavinova CLP series.

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  • martotochemartotoche

    Yamaha Clavinova CLP-340Published on 03/23/09 at 12:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    88 key keyboard.
    Not bad sound of some electric keyboards (rhodes. ..) quite succeeded. They can edit and add effects (quite discreet) them even adjustable: reverb, tremolo ....
    Complete Connectivity: midi, usb, ethernet, line in and out.
    Nothing to say

    UTILIZATION

    The touch is good but I am newbie so not very reliable. But taking courses on a real piano, it has nothing to do, do not dream. Especially in terms of sensitivity. It happens faster at max volume if you press the button a bit hard on it.

    SOUNDS

    The piano sound is good. Others, it is more of a gadget. Although, the electric piano is still quite succeeded. After, guitar, strings and other choirs, that's …
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    88 key keyboard.
    Not bad sound of some electric keyboards (rhodes. ..) quite succeeded. They can edit and add effects (quite discreet) them even adjustable: reverb, tremolo ....
    Complete Connectivity: midi, usb, ethernet, line in and out.
    Nothing to say

    UTILIZATION

    The touch is good but I am newbie so not very reliable. But taking courses on a real piano, it has nothing to do, do not dream. Especially in terms of sensitivity. It happens faster at max volume if you press the button a bit hard on it.

    SOUNDS

    The piano sound is good. Others, it is more of a gadget. Although, the electric piano is still quite succeeded. After, guitar, strings and other choirs, that's fair toy. But hey, we bought this kind of product to carry the piano, right?

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 6 months. I made this choice of a piano midrange because from this model, the sound of the piano is correct. Otherwise, it was the 2 * 5W on HP 5cm, it really sucks. That the fifth, when pushing the volume up, it still had good sound.
    What I like least is the design and color that cheesy faux mahogany, it really sucks. But the glossy black finish was 300 € more. Should not messing around. I almost took a model with a more modern look but they just had to have the default sound rather weak hence the choice.
    I think I would do this choice even though I hate to have a real piano that even if some apparent discrepancies will always sound better than a clavinova. Anyway, now I can play at 3am at headphone without pissing anyone, even when it's huge.
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