The DGX-650 has four levels of sensitivity and sound borrowed from the famous Yamaha CFIIIS concert grand piano
The content of the article
- Yamaha DGX-650 Review
- Features: sound sampling
- Smart Chord - automatic detection of chords and Style Recommender (style selection)
- Sensitivity levels
- Advantages and disadvantages
- Realistic sound
- Good game
- The game is like a real piano
- Ease of use
Yamaha DGX-650 Review
Damper resonance makes it possible to recreate the work of acoustic piano strings using the built-in amplifiers and speakers and provide the instrument with a clear sound.
The DGX-650 has four sensitivity levels, as well as sound borrowed from the famous Yamaha CFIIIS concert grand piano. In addition, it has 100 predefined tones and over 100 voices. The tool is equipped with an LCD display.
The effects of chorus, reverb, separation, blend mode, transposition, and 200 accompaniment styles are available.
- Dimensions 139.7 x 43.18 x 12.7 cm
- Weight: 22.5 kg
- Keyboard: 88 keys
- Full-weighted keys: hammer mechanics
- Polyphony: 128 notes
- Sensitivity Levels: 4
- Sound Engine: Pure CF Sound Engine
- Number of Preset Songs: 147 + 15 Percussion Instrument Effects
- Number of Preset Ringtones: 100
- Reverb (35 species)
- Chorus (44 species)
- Damper resonance
- Intelligent Acoustic Control
- Dual Mode (duet)
- Metronome: Tempo Range range from 5 to 280
- Pitch Bend (pitch change of audio data over a period of time)
- Panel Sustain (Panel Sustain)
Transpose: -12 to 0, 0 to +12
- 195 styles
- Fingering: Multi Finger, Full Keyboard, AI Fingered
- Style Recommender
- Smart chord
Output Power: 6W x 6W
Headphones: 2 x 2 ″ (5 cm), 2 x 4.7 ″ (12 cm)
- Full dot LCD
- 320 x 240 dots
- Score display
USB recording and playback
- Connect to any device
- Headphone jack
Features: sound sampling
Yamaha DGX-650 delivers true sound with CF sampling technology. This technique uses recordings from the famous Yamaha CFIIIS concert grand piano. As a result, we have many dynamic levels, ranging from pianissimo to fortissimo, and the ability to deliver the sound of an acoustic piano.
DGX-650 has an LCD display for easy control. The display also has the ability to show results and tips that the musician follows.
Smart Chord - automatic detection of chords and Style Recommender (style selection)
The Smart Chord feature automatically determines the matching accompaniment chords based on which notes you play with your left hand. You don’t even have to play a full chord. Just play one note, and the Smart Chord function does the rest, providing you with full, professional-sounding auto-accompaniment. At the touch of a button, Smart Chord can create chords ranging from pop to jazz.
Style Recommender can define style only on one note.
The DGX-650 has four levels of keyboard sensitivity. This is useful for reproducing complex compositions and creative expression in how hard a musician hits the keys.
The instrument has a duet mode, separation and overlay, transpose, a damper pedal and a built-in metronome with a tempo change from 5 to 280 beats per minute.