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Yamaha Clavinova CVP-207
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Digital Piano from Yamaha belonging to the Clavinova CVP / CGP series.

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  • rafifiotrafifiot

    Yamaha Clavinova CVP-207Published on 10/25/07 at 00:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    GH keyboard 88 keys Mechanical
    Giant Screen VGA color
    Piano sample 3 levels with sympathetic resonance
    822 tones (55 "natural, sweet, cool and live voices)
    Organ Flutes drawbars
    192 note polyphony
    5 Band Equalizer
    192 styles with variation
    Music Finder
    Sequencer 16 tracks
    Music score display and function scores
    Vocal Harmony
    4 MB Flash ROM memory of the internal pieces Registration
    New sound generator
    Light guide learning
    SMF Converter: yes
    User program: 32
    Display word: yes
    Publisher song: yes Sharing keyboard: yes
    EFF: yes
    Dual: Yes
    Player / Recorder: 16 tracks
    Internal memory: yes
    Cover: yes
    Metronome: Yes
    Reverb. Yes
    Chorus: Yes
    DSP:…
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    GH keyboard 88 keys Mechanical
    Giant Screen VGA color
    Piano sample 3 levels with sympathetic resonance
    822 tones (55 "natural, sweet, cool and live voices)
    Organ Flutes drawbars
    192 note polyphony
    5 Band Equalizer
    192 styles with variation
    Music Finder
    Sequencer 16 tracks
    Music score display and function scores
    Vocal Harmony
    4 MB Flash ROM memory of the internal pieces Registration
    New sound generator
    Light guide learning
    SMF Converter: yes
    User program: 32
    Display word: yes
    Publisher song: yes Sharing keyboard: yes
    EFF: yes
    Dual: Yes
    Player / Recorder: 16 tracks
    Internal memory: yes
    Cover: yes
    Metronome: Yes
    Reverb. Yes
    Chorus: Yes
    DSP: 5 blocks
    Pedals: 3
    Microphone jack: yes + karaoke
    Size: 140 x 60 x 90
    Weight: 123kg
    Finish: Rosewood
    2x60 w (4hp + BOX)
    Rosewood finish
    MIDI, pc, mac, auxiliary in / out, microphone, headphones
    Video Output

    UTILIZATION

    So I just purchased a few weeks ago the CVP207. I was looking for a machine as complete as possible with the best piano sounds and acoustic sounds kind of good Fender Rhodes and Hammond organs. The keyboard first: without a pro piano, yamaha keyboard heavy is a wonder, I see no difference with a real piano.
    The general config: as the CVP 207 is the high-end Yamaha, its adjustment possibilities are very extensive and therefore there is need for learning to master all the settings but the guide is here to help

    SOUNDS

    So this sounds, it's big foot. Piano: Hyper realistic grand, combined with the 2x60-watt amplification ca throws a max. I feel that there is a subwoofer so it boosts. Full of different piano sounds, I love piano rock. Just beautiful plate three chords and you feel you play well. I love the sounds of vintage electric pianos especially looks like a feder rhodes. is also a lot of kinds hammond organ sounds with adjustable drawbars. There's still a lot of other things I've not tested, the accompaniment, rhythm etc ... In addition you can connect a microphone adjust the mix with the piano and sing at the same time is not great the other CVP do not have this system

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use the CVP 207 for a few weeks ... and I am satisfied. It is worth a fortune in the 4000/4500 nine euros. I bought OCCAZ of 1450 euros. It's a great plan at this price. I recommend it to everybody. CVP compared to the lower range it full of qualities that others do not: 2x60 watt amp, plug microphones, dynamic stereo sampling AWM, large color screen ............
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