The CHARACTERISTICS are availables on the yamaha site: YDP-131 ( ).
- 88 keys => 7 octaves. We can rgler the sensitivity of touch.
- Sounds 6 (1 and 2 piano, harpsichord, organ, string and voice). There are three types of rverbrations available, adjustable in intensity.
We can bunk two sounds (two sounds must DIFFERENT), and transpose indpendemment of + - 1 octave.
There are about fifty pieces pre-recorded four more that we can register via the connection noon. And also the song can be recorded directly via the piano (playing of course).
- 2 headphones, and a connection noon (in / out).
Warning: the weight indicated on the website of yamaha is wrong. It is not 37kg must be read, but plutt 60 (see box on the piano). It may seem trivial, but when I carry around excess weight I have not felt his signal. In addition, the board is quite large and therefore not easily take control of its own.
It is enjoyable, heavy (my) wish, I'm not going rpendre above (and got the colors ...). However, the same keys they do not have a quality prsentent exeptionnelle => Game + feeling that some keys stick a little low position (see Back in SAV).
It takes two or three seconds of ignition before being oprationel, nothing really Gnant.
Question navigation buttons allow 5 to accder DIFFERENT menus, then select done with the piano keys. No LCD screen ...
It's just a little complicated stepfather to beginners, but Yamaha has a sheet prvu rcapitulative plutt well done. After a few hours of use the menu navigation is fairly automatic.
To register is simple, just a button "record" to support. The recording starts, or if you start playing, or if you press "play".
To recall the recording simply press "play". We can all lament the good of the same ten seconds ncessaires setting memory recording. Time during which you can play, but we can not accder to DIFFERENT menus ... damage.
The manual is on the other hand trs clear and concise, the piano not have a huge option of a dozen pages enough.
Well, I must admit that for the price they are really good (amateur level, for scne you have to forget).
First of all power. These two are both 6 watts enough to play at home, even without the dust. And especially without the wife, because we feel the limits of the amplification, when the pass 2 / 3 of volume. Above, the sound has made a synthetic trs. Below there is round / warm, really enjoyable listen.
Now the sounds in themselves even. The piano 1 and 2 a Difference Submitted lgre enough and at the same time very significant. I would opt for, piano queue / upright piano (classic / jazz), the two remaining versatile trs. Attack of the notes is practitioner. Other sounds, I do I'm not too Attard is the organ mild (well made when pressing keys), and harpsichord foil ... The other two sounds, voices and strings are nice. but I do not use more than a.
Overall I find the report trs good quality price, I also think it's the only one on the market (piano furniture that price).
I was looking for a minimalist piano numrique just two sounds, piano and organ, in loose and not too expensive. I was looking for my faith I am fulfilled.
Why 8 / 10 to CHARACTERISTICS:
It lacks even when taking "line out", but you can easily add it. And especially because of back pain that caused me to transport.
Why 7 / 10 use:
A lack of quality keys, may be is it a manufacturing default, can not be ...
And also because of the tens of seconds to wait for the implementation of memory, when recording (4 euros more in components would stage a).
Why 7 / 10 for sound:
The high volume amplification hurts a little, especially since home can not connect it to an external amplifier.
Finally, we must not forget that a piano numrique furniture under 900 euros, so the sound, touch, etc ... are good, but worth the price.
For me, the only real complaint is the quality of the keys ... for the rest, I did not ask for more.