The Yamaha YDP-323 Digital Piano is a fantastic addition to anyone's music or living room with its beautiful all-wood, walnut-finished cabinet and sliding key cover. Whether you're just starting out o... Read More
The Yamaha YDP-323 Digital Piano is a fantastic addition to anyone's music or living room with its beautiful all-wood, walnut-finished cabinet and sliding key cover. Whether you're just starting out on piano or a seasoned vet looking for a smaller outfit, you'll love Yamaha's celebrated realistic piano feel on this 88-key, graded hammer-action keyboard with adjustable touch sensitivity. Using real weights and mechnical devices instead of springs or dampers to create hammer action results in an incredibly natural touch. 64-note polyphony plus stereo-sampled advanced waveform piano sounds permit complex musical passages and give you tones that respond just like the real thing.
The YDP-323 also comes with 1-track flash-ROM recorder; 50 demo songs with song book; piano bench; and damper, soft, and sostenuto pedals.
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What I like about this piano is that though it is digital, they tried to keep it understated in design so when it is sitting in your living room it does not look a mixing board has found its way to your place. Do not purchase this if you want the options in button forms running across the piano. All the option controls correspond with piano keys and a button to the side. Fantastic sound (you need to hear it to believe it) and the pre-recorded tunes (50 of them) are a pleasure to listen to when having supper or relaxing.
My sister bought this piano but now I find myself using it, and I didnt even play! It sounds so great, exactly like a real piano if not better. The great thing is that theres no maintenance to worry about. I do wish it had more sounds but its good all the same.
Bought it last week and has been satisfied with it. Installation is a breeze and very easy. There are 50 built in songs in the database. My first impression when playing this brand new piano was the sound does not sound as good as I expect. However, I keep playing it and when I was not playing I let it play the demo songs. Lo and behold, the sound keep improving and now I am happy. Then I realize that the built-in speakers and amplifier in the piano need to burn in. So, burn it in by playing the songs in moderate volume (never blast it when it's new or risk overheat the driver)and you would see the changes in as little as 3 days. I would recommend this piano to newbies and hobbyist. A pro might want something better, like a clavinova or grand. But for beginner, this is more than enough
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