Yamaha CP5

Yamaha CP5

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CP5, Digital Piano from Yamaha.

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Yamaha CP5 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: CP5
  • Category: Digital Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 05/26/2010

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Yamaha CP5 user reviews

Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 9 reviews )
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 4 reviews44 %
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cram4's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Top"

Yamaha CP5
Finally a super digital piano.


The touch is very well neither too hard nor too soft .The configuration is a bit more complicated but still, very accessible.


expression and very good for Rhodes pianos.
acoustic piano and rhodes.


For six months, working one may sound it's dlire. Genial!
There is a week I try all the Nords and Roland all clear to me the Yamaha CP5 is the best quality .Rapport nikel price.
I remake that choice without a doubt;

jouf's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Not bad for a digital ... fun."

Yamaha CP5
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Touch is the one I preferred the Roland of Vpiano (which is even more expensive qd). We are faced with a keyboard that is consistent in the report "touch-sound." I mean no problem for the nuances, the sound is balanced across the entire keyboard. can intervene in the settings (hard soft norm ... etc) and have made different depending on the game
My requirement is to have an instrument that close to the piano, this is still quite enjoyable to play.
This certainly comes from the fact that the keys are made of wood (or imitated) with enough organic coating, recalling the piano keyboard.
The manual is simple and use a pro who has used synthesizers for 20 years. It is always the same. If you have a "clavinova" you need a little time.
Easy to spliter, even layers adjustable fl preamp for singer (yes) kegépaéssayé.


There are two (2) acoustic piano sounds: I use the CF high it goes everywhere. It is very well done.
They can re-work on full settings I have not yet explored all the possibilities.
Ppp shades always give her too metallic for my taste, to believe that NEVER listen pianists not play LOUD. But the response of the keyboard is cool which makes use acceptable.

The fender rhodes are very drinkable, with opportunities to put effects, preamps and crunch and other trinkets. Making it almost a markII 25 kg. There is a choice between generations 71, 73, 75, 78 ... that's well done. And keyboard "glue" with sound, it is not far from the original. (That said it's been ten years since I have not played a Fender ...) You can even set the "stem" and its alignment with the microphone. The modeling are very realistic and fun to play.

The reverb is not monstrous (less fun than the nordpiano). The practice is équalo (5 knobs assignable strips directly on the dashboard).

Clavinets very real. CP80 looks like a real one, with the look of the piano we believe in :)

The rest is general synth relatively demanding, but I care not what I use it for piano.


I've had three four days, with a gig at the passage.
The instrument is up to my expectations at pro: he made the joke jazz trio soon as we put him behind the amplification a bit wide. Fun to play, it almost becomes an instrument "inspiring".
I think that working with volumes and équalos with a dedicated enclosure, you can get to be downright fun. Proportionately because it is always a synth with a wooden keyboard.

For the price (2000/2200) he presses the "north" in touch, in my opinion. But it is 10 kg heavier.
They released a keyboard with wooden rediscussing.

For the moment it is the most attractive ... except clutter, I have changed car.
200E minimum count for more flightcase ...

In short: a great machine, but it is a little specificity piano, right?

chakhal's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" The best prices in the l"

Yamaha CP5
Everything you need as adj t said.


Touch is enjoyable even if it is too lightweight and lacking certain sensations hammers. 10 to touch
The configuration gnrale is affordable but the organization and configuration are trsdsagrables or even dsesprantes when discovering the device. The presets are stored haphazardly. We do not know what you're gonna drop or what to change to get the desired sound. I have to try everything by trial and error and now I use it almost a dozen that I took. Sucks when compared to the simplicity of competition o we choose a CATEGORY and then the instrument and the instrument o default effects that go well. I will not m'tendre: test them to understand what I mean.


Excellent sounds of piano, electric piano and organ. Everything you need. Low helpful. Groundwater and drinking leads. For other instruments (string, brass, choir ...) blah, blah, but I've never seen a machine that makes for my taste.
The term is - say (well this is how understand it) the link between ll'intention pianist when he supported and the volume and timbre of the sound that comes out is better than the Roland , Korg and Nord. For me it is normal that Yamaha is the matre the above has always done since only Yamaha acoustic pianos.
He yaa priori any effect you need and they are trs convincing. Qualiseurs amps and pianos are from two samples only (conccurrence to sell more) lots of pianos Different. And rotary speakers are amazing organs.


I use it for a year and a half.
Before buying it I tried several times MODELS Korg, Roland and Nord around 2000. I also compared to CP1 without understanding how CP1 could be twice as expensive.
As I said above I like his pianos, organs and pianos reading. J'apprcie not necessarily rhythm box and the physical potentiomtres.
Trs good quality price ratio either from competition as compared to other models in the range (CP1 me trs expensive just to give the impression that it is much better and CP50 Economic and specially not much less).
I would do this because I want to choose a keyboard 2000 that is as versatile a good piano, circa 2000, even if I would be sad not being able to take the Roland RD700nx.

cram4's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Top"

Yamaha CP5
Finally a great digital piano.


Touch is very good or too hard or too soft. The configuration is a bit complicated but still very accessible.


the sounds of acoustic piano and strings of rhodes exellent.
expression and very good;


For six months, working the sound is a can of delirium. Genial!
A week ago I try all the North and Roland all clear to me is the best Yamaha CP5. Nikel Value for money.
I would definitely do it again this election;

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