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  • Yamaha P-80

    Yamaha P-80 - keker6166's review
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    12/16/05

    7 octaves 1 / 4 88-key hammer Hammer 24 sounds rever, chorus ... Standard connectivity UTILIZATION Excellent touch: the best in my opinion (with Kurzweil may be). Pianist if you find a better piano scne, let me know. trs simple config …

  • Yamaha P-140

    Yamaha P-140 - demontnico's review
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    12/13/05

    Heavy keyboard, touch hammer GH. Rglage on 3 levels of sensitivity of the keyboard. Sounds: 3 pianos, electric pianos 3, a classical organ, an organ jazz, a violin, a harpsichord, a clavinet, a low and mix 2 (1 piano / strings prdfini the other…

  • Yamaha P-80

    Yamaha P-80 - vince8430's review
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    10/26/05

    Heavy touch. 88 notes. 12 sounds. (See above for more details). UTILIZATION Simple and easy. Possibility to superimpose two sounds. Manuel trs clear. I'll lay some rave reviews, although it is still a good piano trs numrique in prcisant D…

  • Yamaha P-120

    Yamaha P-120 - nicoboffi's review
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    10/22/05

    Octave: 7 - we ask no more than a 88 keys! A dozen sounds of good quality - specially mention the Grand Piano Nothing wrong at connection: MIDI In / Out / To Host Outputs cinch, jack, headphones, etc. .. and I forget! UTILIZATION The touch of…

  • Yamaha P-90

    Yamaha P-90 - _the_dude_'s review
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    10/11/05

    88 keys (like on a real). A score of sounds with little variation possible thanks to the effects. Split the keyboard, possibility to play two sounds simultaneously. Ability to save sequences to play over ... No amplifier but do not bother for…

  • Yamaha P-60

    Yamaha P-60 - patachoute84's review
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    09/27/05

    The are my CHARACTERISTICS same as those of P60, the only diffrence with it for the color "Silver" or the "S" UTILIZATION See P60 SOUNDS See P60 OVERALL OPINION See P60 …

  • Yamaha P-90

    Yamaha P-90 - rienco's review
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    09/10/05

    To be a good ba rferer plutt manufacturer data sheet available a lot of more or less ... UTILIZATION So in terms of touch, this one is almost as good as got my acoustic piano, it is trsraliste ... As for the config sheet APRS have a little manu…

  • Yamaha P-120

    Yamaha P-120 - geo33's review
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    08/02/05

    This piano has more than seven octaves, like a real piano. It offers only its correct: the piano, like a real piano! intgre amplification gives excellent sound but not too big a pice. Each note is sampled for a multi poustouflant ism. What h…

  • Yamaha P-60

    Yamaha P-60 - jblapute's review
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    06/28/05

    Keyboard 88 keys Heavy touch 10 sounds diffrent: 2 Pianos, Harpsicord 2, Church Organ 2, a vibration, a string then I am not a technician DSOL too ... The quality of touch is excellent, I have not found better elsewhere. Yamaha offers the sam…

  • Yamaha P-120

    Yamaha P-120 - Abalorla's review
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    04/27/05

    See review previous ones mainly. I'm just not trssduit the connector on the left that lost a lot of space in a configuration Troit. T have the XLR welcome. An internal volume of external rglage would also more convenient (especially to act back on…