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NP-V80, Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha in the Piaggero series.


7 user reviews

Yamaha NP-V80 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Yamaha
  • Model:NP-V80
  • Series:Piaggero
  • Category:Keyboard Arrangers
  • Added in our database on: 05/18/2010

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Yamaha NP-V80 user reviews

Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 7 reviews )
 2 reviews29 %
 5 reviews71 %
Value For Money :
pianota02/27/2014

pianota's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Quality keyboard and full of rhythms"

Yamaha NP-V80
I bought it first for its rhythmic possibilities, a treat!
You can make a group alone; well made dishes, patterns of batteries, you can play music, launch an intro, then a rhythmic verse, chorus start, just press the button when you enter dan the last measurement and go! Wholesale good place for functions.

76 notes, sufficient for the majority of pieces, many sounds effects. Ah yes, this is the only model that has a sustain function. If you do not pedal, no problem, you enable the function and can play as if you had one, great!

Amplification 2x6W is good, and the speakers have two nozzles (while NPV60 has a small nozzle dummy, beware!) And his fate so extensive. A little too much reverb for my taste but good momentum. His piano quality (but NP31 is a bit better), semi heavy touch as NPV60 NP11 and NP31 but won the Oscar (a little heavier than the other 3).

Npv80 this is a bit heavy compared to his brothers but ...

UTILIZATION

good config, easy functions, simple manual, nothing fancy though all these buttons can be put off a bit.

OVERALL OPINION

I tried the whole series of piagerro and my ranking is:
- The quality (1: NP31 / 2: npv80 and NPV60 equal / 3: NP11)
- Quality speakers amp (1: npv80 / 2: NPV60 / 3: NP31 and NP11 tied)
- Quality touch (1: NP11 / 2: NP31, and npv80 NPV60 tied)
- Power amp (1: npv80, NPV60 NP31 and tied 2x6W / 2: NP11 2X2, 5W)

If it can help some, so much the better because opinions stores are not always the same, I know. That's why I wanted to compare and make my idea.

Do not hesitate for more info on these products ... Bye
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philrud07/24/2013

philrud's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" I love it: too much!"

Yamaha NP-V80
This is a keyboard and 76-key piano together, four octaves 6 notes.Longueur: 126.4cm, high: 11cm, depth: 31cm, weight: 7.1kg.Touches sensitive vélocité.Touches "harder" on severe and less severe to less severe aigus.Mais piano.500 a real voice, 165 styles. Auto Accompaniment, dubbing voice key, arpeggiator, harmonizer, 6 tracks recorder, key front USB port and USB output to rear exit unseparated headphone and line, pedal jack sustain.Alimentation 12V 1.5 Amp or 6 AA batteries LR6.Réglage voice: volume, pan, reverb, chorus ... function transpose (pitch) settings half -tons.Tuning: Setting pitch by one hundredth of ton.Fonction dual and split: 2instru's assigned to one touche.Pédale sustain "light" 2-Way Speakers fournie.Haut intégrés.Puissance 2x 6Watts.Manuel use provided several languages ​​and a special manual in French and English as 103 pages per langue.Un CD-ROM is provided to install "soft music" downloader. (downloading songs noon for the computer)

UTILIZATION

Manual clear paper and downloadable manual at yamaha.com on the web, free and clear too.

1st test: do not worry, one support button, turn the wheel, it does start and go Be careful not to let some buttons "on" when you do not need it ... You can have! surprises like, "is there a piano player in my place But it is either." It is easy to use for functions principales.Les more detailed functions, I have not regardé.Mais choose a style , an instrument, play dual or split or arpeggiator is simple here.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2:00 before I had a yam 'ypt220 of débutant.J I have the opportunity to play on a real piano right from time to time and I felt here, the sensations of real piano, even For me ... if a touch too light, it's not good, but a touch too heavy, it is not easy aussi.Ici, it is between the two.

To listen to the sound of the piano, go philrud (me), in com 'and listen to the song "First Steps", I just save it Yam' NP-V80.

More:. Keys velocity and hardness according to tone sound that changes tona to release key: great piano sound is beautiful, it is light, you can put the battery But the most:. With him j 'come to play a chord on 4 keys without forcing (easy), then with my ypt220 I had a lot of trouble, even a bad dog ...

Cons: it's like everything, there are voices (instruments) whose rendering is good, even very good, but others, it is the cat 'as the harmonica (ouch), the string cello type bass it goes, but the higher strings tona, it is not a real guitar, it's like everything ...
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Maetronom10/23/2012

Maetronom's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very good value for money"

Yamaha NP-V80
Arranger keyboard 76 keys graded dynamic
Two effects are available: chorus (4 types), Reverb (9 types)
USB and MIDI
Large choice of presets of instruments (500), there is room for spending time to explore
Arpeggiator (not present on the model NP-60, which I personally lean to the NP-V80)

UTILIZATION

Very clear interface, easy access. Can easily switch from one instrument to another and from one function to another, so no problems for novice and for autres.Ces functions are so numerous an arranger, one can refer to the manual which explains things as clearly

OVERALL OPINION

This is my first "synth" I've had about 6 months and I'm really happy. It is versatile and easy to access and manipulation.
I bought eyes closed trusting the same quality Yamaha synth for entry level series ("Piaggero"), and I really have not been disappointed. Very, very good value for money therefore an excellent first keyboard that I think will continue to satisfiare me later.
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Ferry c07/17/2012

Ferry c's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Just Fine!"

Yamaha NP-V80
Keyboard 76 keys, lightweight feel. Sounds of piano, organ, piano electro are good in this price range there is no comparison. other sounds are correct. With a good amp and good speakers it sounds pretty good.

UTILIZATION

Simplicity of use, not making head. You can almost do without the instruction manual ...

OVERALL OPINION

C is a good product quality / price ratio, ideal for a debutant.le keyboard has a slight touch on is far from a touch-style digital piano yamaha cp 50. The accompaniments are quite good. Sounds are good bills and at this price c is hard to beat.
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