Vörunúmer 7600YDP163WH

Yamaha YDP 163 White

Vörunúmer 7600YDP163WH
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179.990 kr.

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The best digital piano is one that can grow with a musician as they progress. When a pianist's skill level rises, they require a keyboard action built for more serious playing. The Arius YDP-163 features Graded Hammer 3 keyboard action with three sensors and synthetic ivory keytops, giving the performer a tactile surface with a response reminiscent of some of the finest pianos throughout history. The Pure CF Engine on the YDP-163 more expressively delivers the Yamaha CFIIIS concert grand piano tone for the more experienced player with a more powerful 20W stereo amplifier. With 192 note polyphony, many of the most complex piano compositions can be played without any dropped notes, and the sustained notes ring through faithfully. The YDP-163 has all of the conveniences of an electric piano without sacrificing the performance of an acoustic piano.

Yamaha YDP 163 White
Yamaha YDP 163 White

The YDP-163, while it looks more like an upright, is actually designed to simulate the sounds of a grand piano. The sounds are sampled from a Yamaha CF3S concert grand (a nine-foot long grand piano) to emulate huge, rich, warm tones.

Because the tones are extremely thick, the sustain pedal needs to be used with finesse. Holding the pedal down for too many notes will cause everything to blur together really quickly. If that’s the sound you want, then go for it, otherwise you’ll need to be extra precise with how you use your pedal.

As a new feature, the YDP-163 (and the YDP-143, for that matter) can connect to Yamaha’s digital piano controller app that allows you to play with different sounds. The app doesn’t have a lot of options like a synthesizer, but it does add to the range of the instrument’s capabilities, which is nice. The app does offer some parameters like pitch, effects, and tuning.

You have to connect with Bluetooth or a cable to use the app.

There are ten preset voices included in the Yamaha YDP-163’s library that include standard electric piano sounds, organs, strings, and more. However, the investment required for this digital piano is for its primary piano sound, not its additional sounds. The additional sounds are not ideal for performance or recording due to limitations with sound tweaking.

Just like a lot of Yamaha keyboards and digital pianos, you can layer dual voices to combine sounds like strings and piano to create a bigger sound.

The stereo amplifier in this digital piano is very nice, however. It comes with two 20W speakers, which should allow for the perfect volume in the home. Since this digital piano is big, it probably should not be used for performance anyway, so the speaker system will likely suffice.

The YDP-163 also has a headphone jack and a USB to host input, if you want to listen in headphones or use the piano as a MIDI controller, respectively.

  • 88 keys
  • GH3 sensitive keys
  • Pure CF Sound Engine
  • 3 pedals
  • 10 voices
  • 192 note polyphony
  • Two track recording
  • Metronome (5 – 280 BPM)
  • Headphone jack
  • USB to Host
  • 2 20W speakers (oval)
  • PA-300C power supply
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