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Yamaha Clavinova CVP-503

Digital Piano de la marque Yamaha appartenant à la série Clavinova CLP

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Published on 10/29/10 at 22:20
Piano full 88 keys. His hyper realistic effects, rhythms and auto accompaniment is simply amazing.
All functions of a piano in this range, of course (Midi pedals, USB).

Recording function noon, and wave. USB Storage option for a result pro!

UTILIZATION

Piano keyboard with a very realistic touch. Configuration and use advanced features a little complicated at first, but given the technical possibilities and it seems logical. After some time, it's very intuitive. Manuel very well done, with the main features described. A second manual is available on the net with all the advanced features.

SOUNDS

Perfect. Most sounds are bluffing realism. The piano sounds are just excellent. The effects are numerous and configurable as desired.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 months. Device that is still very expensive, it pays well the Yamaha brand. But it exudes quality. Clean finish.

I love being able to connect a microphone (SM58) and so with me on vocals. The voice effects are very well done.

Basically, I was on models of "entry level" CVP, but upon reflection, I decided to invest in a more complete model, and does not change until a few years ...

I do not regret that choice.
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