Summary: I'm really impressed with this piano. The sample from the CFIIIS concert grand has a truly rich and powerful sound. I was about to choose a casio DP because of its price, but after I saw several youtube videos, the p105 really convenced me, and now that I have it, more than ever I feel like I made the right choise.
Pros: Brilliant Tone, Easy to Use, Portable, Realistic Sound, Responsive / Good Action
Summary: What a great sounding instrument! I especially love the booming bass response on the Grand Piano 2! I would highly recommend this instrument to anyone looking for a great instrument with a great touch andresponsive keys!
Pros: Easy to Use, Portable, Realistic Sound, Responsive / Good Action, Responsive Bass, Touch Sensitive Keys
Summary: I purchased this keyboard because of its small size, light weight and built-in speakers. I was tired of lugging around my Roland RD-770 which I used primarily for the piano sounds. After one session, I never went back to the Roland. I ended up selling it. I love the Yahama sound and the responsive keyboard weighted action. I was amazed at how good it was for such an inexpensive keyboard. My only request would be for more piano samples available.
Pros: Easy to Use, Light weight, Portable, Quality Speakers, Realistic Sound, Responsive / Good Action, Touch Sensitive Keys
Summary: The 128 voice piano is amazing. The best suprise is learning the LP5A pedal set gives you a leslie sound for the Jazz and Rock Organs. The piano sound is amazing. I would recommend resetting the keyboard when you first get it set up. Deprees the last key on the right while powering on. This resets the keyboard. There were features that were not working correctly until the factory told me to reset the keyboard.
Pros: Realistic Sound, Responsive / Good Action, Touch Sensitive Keys