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Yamaha Clavinova CVP-709
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Yamaha Clavinova CVP-709

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

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cleo28 cleo28

« A superb digital piano equipped with a great arranger mode »

Published on 08/15/17 at 13:20
Value For Money : Correct
Audience: Anyone
The instrument looks great, even if I preferred the appearance of the 407.
I use it at home, for my own personal pleasure.
Piano sounds are very realistic, and the keys feel close to those of an acoustic piano.
The woodwind and guitar sounds are very convincing.
There are so many effects that you can change the sounds and get whatever result you were after.
The arranger mode is up to par with the best, and the styles offered are of a high quality standard.
The outgoing sound is very good and adapts to the room.
The touchscreen is precise and sensitive.

The pianoroom environment’s ergonomics could be better though.
It’s unpleasant to find that the zone allowing to exit the current screen is not always at the same place (it’s always on the right side, but sometimes at the tom and others at the bottom).
Four assignable controls allow for quick access to the most commonly used functionalities without havingto go through the touchscreen.
Even if I consider it to be expensive, I do not regret buying it.

PS:
Please note that aspect faults have appeared on the F2 and G2 keys after 10 months using it...!
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