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Yamaha Clavinova CVP-405
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Digital Piano from Yamaha belonging to the Clavinova CVP / CGP series.

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  • Fredix13Fredix13

    Yamaha Clavinova CVP-405Published on 01/08/08 at 01:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Piano numrique upscale, 88 keys.
    It has almost all the functions of a Tyros 2 in a beautiful cabinet with a keyboard drive, type Grade Hammer 3.

    UTILIZATION

    It possde so many functions that it loses a little beginners, but a little practice and it becomes intuitive.
    Ngligeable a bonus for parents with children the piano Students: A function "Piano Lock" to block the instrument, the piano, which disables all other functions.

    SOUNDS

    Superb. Magavoice voices and give SuperArticulation rendering trsralistes brass and strings, adding the same "default" instruments "classic".
    The saxophone or guitar is out of this world.
    Styles are excellent (the same as the Tyros 2 …
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    Piano numrique upscale, 88 keys.
    It has almost all the functions of a Tyros 2 in a beautiful cabinet with a keyboard drive, type Grade Hammer 3.

    UTILIZATION

    It possde so many functions that it loses a little beginners, but a little practice and it becomes intuitive.
    Ngligeable a bonus for parents with children the piano Students: A function "Piano Lock" to block the instrument, the piano, which disables all other functions.

    SOUNDS

    Superb. Magavoice voices and give SuperArticulation rendering trsralistes brass and strings, adding the same "default" instruments "classic".
    The saxophone or guitar is out of this world.
    Styles are excellent (the same as the Tyros 2 with the addition of piano styles).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this instrument since September 2007 and I am delighted.
    One small complaint, I find the keyboard a little too firm, but can be consdr as an advantage, muscle and fingers.
    Initially, I was a Tyros 2, but j'tais slightly cooled by the soft keyboard of only 5 octaves. With this instrument, I found my happiness, that of an electronic quivallente Tyros 2, in a beautiful piece of furniture, a real keyboard with 88 keys hard.
    Compared to the price of Tyros 2, I think it's a good deal, but it is not given not more ...
    Only missing a hard drive, but it can be replaced with a USB key.
    Finally, another minor complaint: it connects directly to Internet via WiFi on the Yamaha website (by IDC as the tyros 2) o one can Tlcharger an impressive amount of MIDI files or styles, but all these are paid, and I find them quite expensive.
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  • laurent.rinalaurent.rina

    Yamaha Clavinova CVP-405Published on 11/23/08 at 21:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    88 digital piano notes, about a thousand sounds, ability to edit the sounds
    reverb, chorus, vocal harmony
    good connectivity, USB, MIDI, 2 x line / mic, internet, video
    3 pedals, with the possibility of assigning the pedal to a controller (eg add a boost to his sax)

    UTILIZATION

    The touch keyboard is excellent, there are two to use it, modern music and classical
    configuration is very intuitive
    the manual is pretty clear, but gray areas remain (eg not find how to save some settings in the internal memory)

    SOUNDS

    The sounds of the piano are excellent and suitable for all types of music
    the sounds of pianos, brass, strings, organs are very realistic
    good respo…
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    88 digital piano notes, about a thousand sounds, ability to edit the sounds
    reverb, chorus, vocal harmony
    good connectivity, USB, MIDI, 2 x line / mic, internet, video
    3 pedals, with the possibility of assigning the pedal to a controller (eg add a boost to his sax)

    UTILIZATION

    The touch keyboard is excellent, there are two to use it, modern music and classical
    configuration is very intuitive
    the manual is pretty clear, but gray areas remain (eg not find how to save some settings in the internal memory)

    SOUNDS

    The sounds of the piano are excellent and suitable for all types of music
    the sounds of pianos, brass, strings, organs are very realistic
    good response to keyboard velocity
    We love the sounds of pianos, strings, brass (especially the sax)

    OVERALL OPINION

    We use the CVP-405 for 2 months, and every day we love it more and more
    after 20 years of using classical piano, it made the leap to digital, and frankly, no regrets so far
    our "specifications" was relatively simple:
    Keyboard similar to that of a classical piano
    Piano-sounds very important to us
    -Access to other sounds
    -USB
    -Play MIDI files
    Sequencer
    was all that and more!
    excellent value / price for a piano in this range
    after trying a dozen digital pianos, the CVP-405 is really out of the lot, and remake the same choice without hesitation
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  • thaisnothaisno

    Yamaha Clavinova CVP-405Published on 12/21/08 at 09:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
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    UTILIZATION

    GH3 style keyboard, a very good quality. I usually work on a classical piano Yamaha U3, and the passage of one another, although DIFFERENT, I have no problem in terms of pleasure and comfort at the touch.

    SOUNDS

    Between the CVP 405 and its little brother the 403, there is no picture, sound samples on 4 levels really make the difference in price ... justified!
    The sounds are falling down for some (pianos, guitars, sax, flutes, organs and other classical) For a BMOL cons, not terrible for the strings (violins, etc.)

    OVERALL OPINION

    More than a month!
    Put off the positives above, the aesthetic appearance of the instrument b…
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    UTILIZATION

    GH3 style keyboard, a very good quality. I usually work on a classical piano Yamaha U3, and the passage of one another, although DIFFERENT, I have no problem in terms of pleasure and comfort at the touch.

    SOUNDS

    Between the CVP 405 and its little brother the 403, there is no picture, sound samples on 4 levels really make the difference in price ... justified!
    The sounds are falling down for some (pianos, guitars, sax, flutes, organs and other classical) For a BMOL cons, not terrible for the strings (violins, etc.)

    OVERALL OPINION

    More than a month!
    Put off the positives above, the aesthetic appearance of the instrument by 4 feet, flat lot to me. Also the 3 pedals pdalier the integral whole, which for the piano for example offer the same possibility of a grand piano.
    Yes I have tried many other keyboards, in fact my first selection criteria silent touch; The CVP405 GH3 on this model (also on the CVP403).
    But if I made the effort's financial cvp 405 is also for sound samples on 4 levels!
    Quality price ratio: I do not regret having made the effort to have this model, and I think I would do this-choice ... without hesitating!
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