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Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha belonging to the Piaggero series.

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  • pianotapianota

    Very nice, high quality!

    Yamaha NP-11Published on 02/27/14 at 12:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    61 keys, a bit tight for some music but still decent.
    pedal input, headphone output, minimum, no more need for me.
    Very light, what fun!
    Compact, great!
    I can take it everywhere, great. Play with in any circumstance, it also runs on batteries, very good!

    UTILIZATION

    BEST semi heavy touch that NP31, NPV60 and 80 you think! Indeed, it is a little heavier than the others, it feels I assure you!
    Nice dynamic keyboard, clear manual, shortcut keys for general functions, reverb, transpo, touch control, ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Its good but not as much as the big brothers of the range piano e piano sounds nice!
    Amplification 2X2, 5w good, do not hesitate to turn up the …
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    61 keys, a bit tight for some music but still decent.
    pedal input, headphone output, minimum, no more need for me.
    Very light, what fun!
    Compact, great!
    I can take it everywhere, great. Play with in any circumstance, it also runs on batteries, very good!

    UTILIZATION

    BEST semi heavy touch that NP31, NPV60 and 80 you think! Indeed, it is a little heavier than the others, it feels I assure you!
    Nice dynamic keyboard, clear manual, shortcut keys for general functions, reverb, transpo, touch control, ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Its good but not as much as the big brothers of the range piano e piano sounds nice!
    Amplification 2X2, 5w good, do not hesitate to turn up the volume, but fortunately, no breath, that's fine.
    Sound is output (a little less than npv which have larger cabinets with two nozzles for npv80 that allow it to generate sound with lots of reverb (a bit too much) but gives a feeling of space. ..
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  • Adrien_mix_youAdrien_mix_you

    Yamaha NP-11Published on 07/08/13 at 05:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Keyboard 61 keys
    Connections Midi Sustain Pedal

    10 keyboard sounds but I do not use it

    UTILIZATION

    dynamic touch .. that is to say .. no touch! What is soft ..

    OVERALL OPINION

    expression is the average

    I just need more to connect a MIDI keyboard because my little keyboard CME was going to die.
  • mrjasonmrjason

    Basic, no audio out

    Yamaha NP-11Published on 11/01/12 at 00:26
    The NP11 is the most affordable Yamaha digital stage piano. It only cost $150 dollars. It has a 6 hour battery life, so you don’t have to have it plugged into the wall in order for it to work. It is very portable and light. The spear system on the NP11 is only a 2.5 watt speaker system, there are two of those speakers and they are surprisingly good for them to only be 2.5 watts. I would not count on them being loud enough for your gig though, you will need to run the audio out to another monitor or sound system. But they only issue is, there are no audio outs on the NP11 so the two 2.5 watt speakers is all you have to work with. That is why I feel like this keyboard is a no buy for me. I ne…
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    The NP11 is the most affordable Yamaha digital stage piano. It only cost $150 dollars. It has a 6 hour battery life, so you don’t have to have it plugged into the wall in order for it to work. It is very portable and light. The spear system on the NP11 is only a 2.5 watt speaker system, there are two of those speakers and they are surprisingly good for them to only be 2.5 watts. I would not count on them being loud enough for your gig though, you will need to run the audio out to another monitor or sound system. But they only issue is, there are no audio outs on the NP11 so the two 2.5 watt speakers is all you have to work with. That is why I feel like this keyboard is a no buy for me. I needed to have great on board speakers or the ability to run that audio out to another system. So I ended up just having the NP11 around the house as a “mess around keyboard”. Then I ended up selling it.

    UTILIZATION

    The piano sounds on the NP11 are pretty good, and the only effect that it has is reverb. There are no built in pedals and no MID capabilities which would have been nice so you could use it as a controller to.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I do not recommend buying this digital stage piano unless you just want something to play around with or learn on. You cannot do performances with this keyboard because the speaker system is too weak.
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