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Yamaha NP-V80
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Yamaha NP-V80

Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha belonging to the Piaggero series.

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phil montp phil montp

«  simple, cheap and light »

Publié le 08/13/10 à 06:13
A small keyboard of 76 notes, weighted keys (weighted lightweight but still ...), amplification good enough to play alone, battery operated and industry, sustain pedal included, USB port for playing midi files.

USB connection to PC or on managing mas (but do not you make it basic ideas)

Very nice finish

No MIDI connector

UTILIZATION

When does a good yamaha yamaha a product is consumed with eyes closed.

Easy use, all styles are usable and in good order, internal sounds are not typed upscale but still nice to hear good sound rhodes, piano sounds correct as everything else. Wide range of sounds.

Combinations of styles and sounds are available for replay via the keyboard of songs is very well done.

One downside, the keyboard harmonious integrated amplification resents a sound amplification, the lightness of the sample on it then causes ... but it's a product is 450 €, so what more.

A very good product for the price

OVERALL OPINION

I play on a motif xs 8 has more than 3000 € and I was looking for a keyboard away on holiday, with a piano and electric piano and correct a drum machine, all for a budget of 500 € ...

After essyé and flunked the range casio, other income put aside the yamaha yamaha p85, a little bulky and expensive, I heard out of the range piagerro. It took me 10 minutes to test for the buy.

This is a good mobile product, the sounds are correct, but the limited amplification impeccable styles very well done, the featherweight, lightweight and the keyboard is nice but little nuances play without problem.

A good first keyboard and a keyboard exellent take on holiday
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