Reviews and Problems with Yamaha NPV80 Digital Portable Piano
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NP-V80 great piano!
3 August 2014
Summary: I am a professional musician. I spend a lot of hours everyday playing that piano (rehearsals and concerts) and I don't feel tired. My hands don't hurt like when playing other expensive pianos.
Excerpt: I am a professional musician. I spend a lot of hours everyday playing that piano (rehearsals and concerts) and I don't feel tired. My hands don't hurt like when playing other expensive pianos.
Excerpt: Bought for my daughter who needed to move to a bigger, better sounding keyboard. Nice sounds and samples BUT doesn't come with a power supply(!). For $[*]it should. I know that price is not as pricey as some units out there but seems like a basic thing. Runs on AA batteries.This is not a weighted key model but the keys are sensitive and play nicely so happy with its performance. The unit is light and easy to move around.
Excerpt: Thanks to God that allowed and provided support through www.bhphoto.com who provide excellent service and the items are high quality. We are too happy for receiving the piano and accessories. My daugther have a big smile.
Pros: Easy to Use, Portable, Realistic Sound, Versatil
Excerpt: I was drawn to this keyboard because it had 76 keys and it was light. But it has so much more! The Performance Assistant lets you improvise without ever sounding a bad note. The styles are very well done, and the voices! You can practically hear the spit in the Sweet Tenor sax. The USB flash drive connectivity is tremendously convenient. And the keyboard even has a built-in chord dictionary! I really can't say anything bad about it.
Excerpt: I bought it first for its rhythmic possibilities, a treat! You can make a group alone; well made dishes, patterns of batteries, you can play music, launch an intro, then a rhythmic verse, chorus start, just press the button when you enter dan the last measurement and go! Wholesale good place for functions.
Excerpt: This is a keyboard and 76-key piano together, four octaves 6 notes.Longueur: 126.4cm, high: 11cm, depth: 31cm, weight: 7.1kg.Touches sensitive vélocité.Touches "harder" on severe and less severe to less severe aigus.Mais piano.500 a real voice, 165 styles. Auto Accompaniment, dubbing voice key, arpeggiator, harmonizer, 6 tracks recorder, key front USB port and USB output to rear exit unseparated headphone and line, pedal jack sustain.Alimentation 12V 1.5 Amp or 6 AA...
Summary: The piano rendition is well inferior to what is portrayed on the Internet. My guess is that the Internet sound is not produced by the NPV80 model. Unfortunately I rushed my purchase so I blame myself. Bottom line is I would not recommend the Yamaha NPV80 model to anyone who required a good piano sampling sound.