The piano comes in two finishes, Black Walnut and Rosewood.
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The sound of a real acoustic piano Weighted keys Pedals Sound optimization device Skills acquisition Advantages and disadvantages pros Key responsiveness: Sensitivity: Exterior: Pedals: Minuses Conclusion Specifications The sound of a real acoustic piano
Yamaha YDP-142 utilizes Pure CF technology by sampling the sound of its own legendary CFIIIS concert grand piano. This opportunity gives the musician the choice to play both pianissimo and fortissimo.
Weighted keys by heavier pressing in the lower register and light in high accustom the player to the correct technique, which is strictly observed in the acoustic piano.
The YDP-142 electronic piano reproduces Damper Resonance technology, which gives the original piano the sound of emulating the interaction with the inner strings of the piano. A similar method is also used in an acoustic piano.
The sustain pedal has a sound control function, whether it is a long sound or a shorter one.
Sound optimization device
Yamaha has developed a unique sound optimization technology — a sound processor for adjusting sound resonance and amplifying the sound of an instrument.
The recording function enables students to track their own progress thanks to the ability to play back what they have already played. You can also record parts for the left and right hands separately.
You can play the instrument in a duet - this allows the teacher to work in tandem with the student. In addition, beginners can use the 50 built-in piano tones to familiarize themselves with entry-level piano pieces.
Advantages and disadvantages
Like other Yamaha electronic pianos, the YDP-142 lives up to expectations with its “Pure CF Sound Engine” technology, which makes the instrument sound rich and similar to the sound of a classic grand piano with true beauty and power.
Hammer mechanics and three-level sensitivity also significantly improve the sound of the instrument. The YDP-142 comes with a set of three standard separate half-pedal damper pedals.
The piano is offered in two colors and finishes. However, the owners note one insignificant drawback of this tool - its bulkiness.
Also during the game there is a feeling of plastic keys.
pros The sound of a natural piano. Thanks to the rich sound of the piano, it can be used in performances. Key responsiveness: Good one. The hammer mechanism contributes to sound quality and enhances realism. Sensitivity:
The YDP-142 has a velocity sensitivity similar to an acoustic instrument.
The piano comes in two types of finishes: Black Walnut and Rosewood, which makes it possible to fit it into almost any interior.
Three damper pedals with longitude control, which affects the strings, as well as in an acoustic piano.
Owners note too bulky design and heavy weight of the tool.
Some pianists complain about the feeling of plastic under their fingers, not at all like an acoustic piano.
Arius YDP-142 has a number of features that satisfy the needs of players with different levels of the game. The model has a sophisticated sound mechanism based on the concert piano CFIIIS Yamaha.
Realism is achieved using hammer technology, which is good both for training and for reaching new heights in the musical environment.
Weighted keys by heavier pressing in lower case and easy in high, accustom the player to the correct technique Specifications Output Power: 6W x 6W Dimensions: 1.357 x 815 x 422 mm Weight: 38 kg Number of Keys: 88 Weighted keys: hammer mechanics Polyphony: 128 notes Velocity Sensitivity: 3 levels Sound Engine: Piano Sound (CF Sound Engine) Number of Built-in Voices: 10 Number of Built-in Pieces: 5 Artist songs: 1-10
Reverberation Intelligent Acoustic Control Damper resonance
Metronome Keyboard split Overlay Pace Change: 5 - 280 Transpose: -6 to 0, 0 to +6 Pedals: Damper, soft, sostenuto Speakers: 12 x 6 cm (2)
Acoustic Optimizer MIDI Recording and Playback Inputs / Outputs:
USB connector 2 x 1/4 ″ headphone outputs
Warranty: 3 years, including accessories.