Archive for December, 2005

Yamaha P70 Piano – New 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano

The new Yamaha P 70 piano features 88-weighted keys and has an amazingly realistic sound quality usually only found in more expensive models. The P70 features a selection of popular sounds including grand pianos, electric pianos, organs, harpsichords, vibraphones, and strings.

Yamaha P70

The P 70 uses Yamaha’s proprietary AWM stereo sampling. It’s sounds were recorded directly from a variety of instruments and each voice is recorded in stereo, and faithfully replicates the sound and warmth of the original instrument.

Responsive piano action is at your fingertips with the new Graded Hammer Standard keyboard. Yamaha’s GHS keyboard recreates the feel of a grand piano. This allows seamless transition from digital practice to acoustic performance. The P70 not only duplicates the sound of a real piano, it emulates the feel and action as well. While the sound quality of the P 70 captivates, it also compels with its impressive visual design. Lightweight construction, curved corners, and built- in speakers make the P70 look stunning in virtually any setting. Choose from either black or silver to complement your own personal style.

Yamaha’s integrated speaker system makes bulky powered speakers a thing of the past. The P 70 uses highly efficient amplifiers that pack more sound into a lighter digital piano. With 6 watts per channel, these keyboards are ready to go whenever you are.

Rather than simply switching sustain ON or OFF, the Yamaha P70 responds to 127 levels of pedal depth. This allows for a more authentic piano performance by emulating the fluid control a pianist has over the damper pedal. Half pedaling is just one more example of Yamaha’s dedication to its acoustic piano heritage. Play along with or simply relax to the P70’s selection of 50 piano classics.